Green Ridge Primary Academy, Aylesbury

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Green Ridge Primary Academy in Aylesbury is one of two purpose built schools which upon completion aimed to meet community demand for increased school admissions.

Following the buildings completion in early 2018, Broxap were contacted to supply a full external works package which would complement both the modern aesthetics and practical aims.

Broxap worked closely with the client to deliver quality timber and steel street furniture, as well as contemporary yet timeless shelters and entrance canopies. Though the external works provide a visually appealing extension to the new building, certain elements are also able to act as external classroom space and/or social areas.

This fantastic project saw Broxap design, manufacture and install a variety of products, spanning across our extended “street furniture range.” This allowed the business to showcase an exceptional skill set, as well as providing a “one stop shop” for the client.

These included the following:

In addition to the installed shelters, seating and bollards, Broxap also installed the BX45 2800 Westleigh Timber Slatted Litter Bin.

This product combines both practical and visual elements, creating a premium quality litter bin. Boasting a capacity of 75 litres, the Westleigh has a front opening lockable door which ensures ease of emptying for maintenance staff. Making it the perfect addition to any school.

The litter bin, includes five FSC® (FSC-C122338) timber slats which are coated in a triple Danish Oil to help preserve the finish of the bin. This somewhat cost-effective bin adds a high-end look to any area, as well as adding a touch of nature to even the most urban spaces.

Furthermore the steel elements of this visually pleasing bin are polyester powder coated in RAL 7016, Anthracite Grey adding yet another contemporary element.

If you have an interest in external works for schools, take a look at the whole package in our video case study…

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