IOTA supplied a complete package of street furniture to the Tyseley Wharf development in Birmingham.
The total street furniture requirement supplied, all in Corten Steel, comprised:
16nr. L 2000 x W 2000 x H 900mm tree planters, in 3.0mm Corten Steel, each supplied with an internal reservoir system.
9nr. L 2000 x W 590 x H 450mm benches, in 4.0mm Corten Steel and W 70 x H 150mm Iroko FSC timbers.
Tree Grilles and Guards
8nr. L/W 1200mm tree grilles, in 5.0mm Corten Steel, including tree guards of H 1000mm.
IOTA’s delivery was on the basis of design, manufacture and supply; and IOTA also supplied all items pre-weathered, with the characteristic patina of Corten already developed. IOTA’s street furniture was commissioned for this project by contractors A&H Construction & Developments plc.
Tyseley Wharf, on the Grand Union Canal, was up until 1957 busy with commercial barges unloading cargos such as zinc & steel. In conjunction with Birmingham City Council, the Canal & River Trust is redeveloping the area to once again be a hive of industry; and central to the plan is the construction of a new, high quality business park at Tyseley Wharf, providing up to 250,000sqft (23,500 sq. metres) of new industrial warehousing.
Contact IOTA T. 01934 522617