Adshel Infrastructure - bike infra

By: Adshel Infrastructure  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Sustainable Transport, Urban Infrastructure

More sustainable transport methods have not only become a matter of public concern, but a necessary facet of the commuter landscape, and Adshel Infrastructure is proud to be leading the way in offering innovative and viable solutions in this area. Bicycle infrastructure is fast becoming one of the most important considerations when completing any urban infrastructure project, so here are some examples of how we can help.

Keywords: Sustainable Transport, Urban Infrastructure

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Adshel Infrastructure - shelters

Our Shelters have integrated water management systems which drain water away from the sheltered area as well as an integrated slatted aluminium or varnished timber seat. Adshel Infrastructure shelters are manufactured from aluminium and protected using a chromating and powder coated painting system to ensure long life for up to 20 years.


Adshel Infrastructure - walkways

Valued by residents and commuters, pedestrian walkways provide protection from the sun, wind and rain whilst travelling between destinations or waiting for transport. Adshel Infrastructure is the leading supplier of ‘off the shelf’ and custom designed walkway products across Australia and New Zealand.


Adshel Infrastructure - kiosks

These premium designs and the application of contravision decals to the shelters have brought life to the environment and is a testament to Adshel’s ability to create revolutionary infrastructure solutions for clients. Ticket booths and kiosk are an innovative adaption of the Evo shelter design and can contain full glass panelling, security doors and sliding windows.


Adshel Infrastructure - solar

Solar energy is controlled by the owner not the energy supplier Adshel recognises that the development of an efficient and reliable source of solar power has both a commercial and environmental implication.The installation and ongoing consumption of electricity are major costs associated with a shelter.