Twinfix, specialist manufacturer of bespoke polycarbonate canopies, shelters and rooflights – and longstanding Birchwood Park occupier – has designed and built a sleek new motorcycle shelter for the Park, situated on the outskirts of Warrington.
The cutting-edge design, which will protect occupiers’ motorcycles from the North West’s elements, was created by new, upcoming talent, Rob Forsythe. The shelter took just three weekends to install.
Twinfix Director, Victoria Evans, said: “As an occupier on the Park for over 13 years, we have a longstanding relationship with their team and are delighted to have been selected to design, construct and install the new motorcycle shelter. We wanted to create something truly bespoke which would act as both a stylish feature and a practical asset. The elegant curve of the design, manufactured from aluminium and glazed with solid polycarbonate, paired with the Park’s modern new buildings, creates a space that is in keeping with MEPC’s overall vision for the area.”
A family business established more than 22 years ago, Twinfix now employs more than 60 local industry professionals and has worked on key national projects, including the Millennium Dome, glazing the two platform canopies at Chorley Station and providing playground shelters for many hundreds of schools throughout the UK.
Commenting on the motorcycle shelter, MEPC Birchwood Park Managing Director, Jonathan Walsh, said: “It’s fantastic to see the talent and expertise of our occupiers shape the development of Birchwood Park. The team at Twinfix has exceeded our expectations on this project and we hope to work with them on future developments across the park.”
The motorcycle shelter boasts a central location on the Park and is situated just outside The Centre, in the car park adjacent to Chadwick House.