Transforming Places: Broxap Install Projects

We take pride in everything we design, manufacture, deliver and install – whatever its use, wherever it’s going.

Our street furniture, shelters and outdoor sport, play and fitness products are built to serve generation after generation.

Here we share an insight into some of the projects our teams are currently working on. To discuss your partnership opportunities with Broxap, give us a call today.





A new social area has been created at Guilsborough Academy in Northampton. Our installation teams erected a bespoke Newcastle Senior Shelter in the grounds of the school.

Covering 18.6 metres by 11.5 metres, the structure was powder coated RAL Signal Blue to coordinate with the existing architecture with clear polycarbonate roof cladding.

Broxap have been busy installing a series of parklets for Caerphilly Town Centre.

Our installers managed to get this snap of them before they were filled with tables, chairs, parasols and an influx of alfresco diners.

The sun was definitely shining in South Wales for our installers.

These brilliant white walkways contrast to whilst still complementing both the natural surroundings and the existing school buildings.

Our Playground Equipment division Hand Made Places have just installed a full adventure playground for Cicely Haughton School.

Equipped with climbing frames, trim trails and play units & towers we have something for everyone.





Our installation teams have been working with contractor Bowmer + Kirkland on a flagship project at the University of Central Lancashire. Our Manchester MU MKII cycle hub, complete with Sheffield Cycle Racks, forms part of a new civic square and iconic gateway to the city of Preston.

We've had these great photos sent to us by our installers, who have just finished installing four Easi-Risers at Chatham Waters in Gillingham!

This two-tier cycle storage system is a cost effective option for space-saving cycle storage! 

We're pleased to share these images from a project at Belvedere Junior School, where we replaced the PET with Trapezoidal profile curved roof cladding on a run of our Wardale Cycle Shelters.

We think it looks fantastic, and it's another alternative to using PET.

We love these stunning images of our Wardale Shelter at Leys Junior School. It really is one of a kind.

Broxap installed this bespoke Wardale cycle shelter which complements the schools ethos.





The sun came out for our installation team today which is working on a new wellbeing courtyard at the Royal Stoke University Hospital.

The Fixed Square Parasol Tensile Structure will provide cover as part of the peaceful break-out space at the Lyme Building being created by contractor Trenton Construction Co Ltd.

We're pleased to share our recent installation at Trecco Bay Holiday Park!

We installed one of our Twin Conic Canopy from the Keep it Kool range. These canopies are great for covering a large outdoor area!

A big thank you to children and staff at Killermont Early Years Centre for all their support during the installation of their beautiful walkway canopy. Our experienced team cooperated with the centre and contractor Robertson Group to ensure disruption was kept to a minimum during the works.  

We are pleased to share these fantastic images from an installer on-site at Coventry Bus Station, where one of our Easi-Riser's has recently been installed.





The covered walkway we created for The Iffley Academy is a real work of art. Broxap Ltd operated in collaboration with architect Carissa Andrew-Smith as well as Daniel Souch, senior project manager for contractor Kier Group, to bring to life a beautiful and unique canopy design.  

Two impressive canopies are currently being installed at Westvale Park Primary Academy as part of the final phase of works at the brand-new school building in Horley, Surrey. Children are due to move into the new building after Easter. 

We are pleased to share these wonderful images from The College of Richard Collyer, where we installed our Twin Conic Canopy.

Robert Hardwick, Property Project Manager said the following "It looks very good and all at College seem pleased. I was very impressed by the steel work, it looks the business and overall very impressive."

The finishing touches are almost complete at Greater Brighton Metropolitan College, where our customer Willmott Dixon has been leading a £14m site redevelopment.

We think they are a fantastic match to the stunning new public space and entrance area and look forward to the reopening of the Central Brighton Campus to staff and students.


Broxap have been working on a very exciting project for Morgan Sindall.

We are installing a bespoke timber canopy at Stanley Street in Manchester, make sure you follow our social feeds to see the final result.