Trading partnership combines concrete products and street furniture

  • 26 May 2015

Offering an integrated package of services, URBANONE has been developed for the professional and landscape design sectors.

The brand has been designed in response to the market’s demand for a bespoke service; those involved in urban landscaping schemes require functional products with impressive aesthetics and value for money.

Creating bespoke solutions

URBANONE is a new brand in hard landscaping products

Alan Lowry, the founder and MD of Environmental Street Furniture, believes his company shares a similar ethos to Acheson & Glover.

The companies share a desire to create bespoke solutions that will enhance their clients’ end-user experiences.

ESF has previously supplied products internationally, to locations such as the Guinness
Storehouse and Museum, Royal National Theatre London, Copenhagen University and Wild Wadi water park in Dubai.

Meanwhile, Acheson & Glover manufactures and distributes concrete products such as paving, flags, retaining walls, bricks and masonry bricks.

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