Alleyn’s Junior School, Dulwich
Langley Design worked with Neilcott Construction on Alleyn’s School’s newly expanded Junior School building, offering the client a full update to their growing facilities which have been in operation for 29 years. The development included a new multi-use hall and reception building allowing the school to increase the capacity of their infant & reception classes within the existing remodelled building. The newly provided spaces both improving the school’s educational offering and providing additional amenities to the pupils and wider community.
We were tasked with providing a new covered cycle storage area for the increasing pupil numbers. Our popular Sheldon SCS302 shelter covers a large capacity of bicycles with minimal legs, offering a space efficient and cost-effective solution. Our Class 4 treated timber was used as a sustainable and durable solution which complemented the other timber elements throughout the site. We used our R32 profiled metal roofing which is available in a range of standard colours to blend in with the surrounding aesthetics, or can be powder coated to a specific projects colour scheme if required. Finally, our Malford MCR200 Sheffield cycle stand was utilised to ensure the pupils can secure their cycles during the school day. Manufactured, delivered, and installed by our experienced Operations, Project and Installation teams, Langley Design offer a full range of street furniture offering to compliment schemes across the UK.Download Project Case Study
Project Reference: LDINV2769
Contractor: Neilcott Construction
Job Type: Supply & Install
Sheldon Cycle Shelter SCS302n/s
Malford Cycle Hoops MCR200