Broxap designs, manufactures and installs canopies and shelters for various uses at airports, railways, bus stations, ports and transport interchanges.
Canopies and shelters can provide protection to waiting passengers or people transferring between buildings as well as secure cycle parking solutions. Canopies can also be used to create a striking entrance point to guide and welcome visitors.
As the number of people using public transport increases, so too does the need for more efficient transport interchanges. Hubs, airports and railway stations need high quality, long-lasting and hard-wearing facilities to meet this demand. And the varied solutions provided by Broxap include covered walkways, passenger waiting shelters, taxi ranks and cycle parking.
Convenient, secure and easy to use cycle parking is vital for public transport locations. More people are getting on their bikes which means the availability of well-designed parking is an important factor when choosing how to complete the journey. Our teams can create a bespoke solution to suit any location, while our standard range includes compounds and hubs with enhanced anti-theft features. Two-tier parking racks and our Easi-Riser system can help to make the most of any space, offering a cost-effective way to enhance capacity.
And whether an onward journey is by taxi, bus, plane or train, a covered waiting area is almost certainly a must. This could include integrated seating, a canopy with open access or an enclosed shelter.
Covered walkways are a safe, functional way to create a link between existing buildings, terminals and car parks. As well as connecting facilities and offering shelter, a covered walkway can add interest to the landscape and act as a visual guide for passengers.
Broxap designs and builds public transport canopies and shelters to any requirement. And as well as strong, stylish and practical canopies Broxap also manufactures street furniture, including benches, litter bins and bollards which can complete any transport hub project.
Leeds Bradford Airport, Yorkshire
Named after celebrated designer William Morris, the Swindon school wanted to reflect the life and work of the craftsman...
Euston Station, London
As part of the major regeneration of Euston Station under the HS2 project, Broxap were awarded the contract...
London Luton Airport
McLaughlin & Harvey asked Broxap Ltd. to design two fabric tensile canopies to that would be installed at London Luton Airport...
Kings Lynn Transport Interchange, Norfolk
The King’s Lynn Transport Interchange project is a £1.6 million project led by the Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk...
Robin Hood Airport, Doncaster
Broxap were commissioned by the Airport to provide two different types of canopies. The first was to provide shelter to passengers...
Gourock Railway Station, Inverclyde
Working with the Main Contractor, Balfour Beatty Civil Engineering, Broxap designed a 50m long double cantilevered shelter...
City Cruise Terminal, Southampton
Working as Principle Contractor for Associated British Ports, Broxap was tasked with the design and installation of five glazed canopies...
Bury Interchange, TfGM
Broxap Ltd was chosen as preferred supplier for two cycle hub facilities and has been engaged for the subsequent Design and Build Programme...
High Wycombe Park & Ride
The Wistaston Academy contacted Broxap Ltd in view to creating an extension to one of their current Early Learning Years classrooms...