Street Furniture Direct has recently supplied durable space saving cycle stands to a new student accommodation building in Edinburgh.
The project was managed by S1 Developments, who specified 362 Everest Double Decker Cycle Racks that were installed in the basement of the new Pentland House Student Accommodation.
S1 Developments are an opportunity based development company and main contractor, with an expertise in delivering exceptional schemes, quickly and efficiently around the City of Edinburgh.
SFD’s Lead time was critical, as the units were required to be on site within 14 days of receipt of order.
The Everest Double Decker Cycle Stand is one of the company’s most popular cycle storage solutions for high occupancy buildings and spaces such as universities, commercial properties, car parks, stations, apartment blocks, cycle hubs and offices.
The unit stacks and secures bicycles effortlessly to increase storage capacity where space is at a premium.
If you need cycle parking for your student accommodation, you can explore Street Furniture Direct’s straightforward, easy-to-use e-commerce site or contact a member of the team on 01782 818184 or via [email protected]
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