Trains, planes and buses with Encasement!

  • 24 Jun 2021

When it comes to durable and decorative casings for transport projects, the extensive Encasement range has them covered.

The constant footfall and traffic created by passengers, places specific demands on column casings and wall linings, as they need to be durable enough to resist scuffs and scrapes, whilst also integrating with a building’s design, whether it’s an airport, train station or bus terminus.

Encasement’s column casings and building linings have been developed to meet most transport sector projects requirements by providing a choice of materials and finishes that allow a wide range of specification options.


For interior use only, the Circa and Quadra column casings give increased versatility. This is because are available in a range of standard dimensions or can be specified with bespoke sizes and shapes.

Manufactured from pre-formed ply and usually specified with a tough high-pressure laminate (HPL) finish, these are regularly specified for transport hubs and related applications.

Forma and Polyma

In addition, Encasement’s Forma metal and Polyma GRP column casings can be specified for both interior or exterior use, as their inherent weather resistance, durable materials and an exceptionally wide choice of finishes enable even greater design freedom.

Standard sizes are available in both ranges, although they are also ideally suited for bespoke shapes and dimensions. This is because Forma is manufactured from aluminium or stainless steel and the Polyma range is produced from moulds, which can be specified to suit individual project requirements.

For many transport hubs, the interior walls also require a combination of protection and aesthetics to resist accidental damage, provide long life and minimise maintenance whilst also providing a decorative finish in areas, such as waiting rooms, foyers, and check-in areas.

The company’s Vecta building linings are manufactured to meet individual project specifications and can be specified in a range of materials, including natural, brushed, anodised or PPC coated metal, as well as compact laminate wall linings, which are available in a wide palette of colours.

These can also incorporate custom images or graphics for unique interior design or branding solutions. Encasement also has its own contracting arm, which enables the company to offer a full supply and install service to support contractors.

Click to view Encasement’s selected case studies

Gatwick Airport

Bristol Airport

Salford Crescent train station

Worksop bus station

Oakham bus station


Encasement Ltd
Suite 7, Papyrus Business Parc
Papyrus Road 
Cambridgeshire PE4 5BH

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