Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council

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Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council

Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council has recently purchased their fourth bolt-together Bison Bridge kit.

Located in the County of Warwickshire, the borough of Nuneaton & Bedworth covers over 30 square miles, and includes three premier green spaces, 19 community parks and 13 nature and wildlife parks spanning over 500 hectares of land.

With such a large area to manage, the Council's Grounds Maintenance team began looking into suppliers of cost effective, low maintenance pedestrian bridges to be used throughout their parks and, after a quick consultation with our sales team, soon settled on one of our anti-slip deck, timber clad Bison Bridges.

Supplied in kit form, the Bison Bridge is a popular solution among local authorities and conservation parks. Our bridges are designed and built using hot-dipped galvanised steel beams and hard wearing timber or recycled plastic deck and parapet, making them a low maintenance, long-lasting competitor to traditional timber constructed alternatives.

Speaking of their Bison Bridges, Parks and Countryside Manager for Nuneaton & Bedworth Borough Council, Paul Daly, said "We have been using Secure-a-Field as a supplier for pedestrian bridges for a couple of years now and are very happy with both product and service. The ability to build the bridges ourselves and the simplicity of the installation process were both important factors when choosing Secure-a-Field and we would happily consider their products for future projects."

Nuneaton & Bedworth purchased their first bridge from us in 2013 and have since ordered another three to replace older footpath bridges within the borough.

We thank Nuneaton & Bedworth Borough Council for the custom and wish them all the best with their new bridge.

Date
Fri, 06 Dec 2019
Project
Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council Oak Bison Bridge
Author
Bruce Pearse
Publisher
DRB
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