Category Archives: Case Studies

Restoring Kettering Railway Station 

Twinfix have been working their magic to help Network Rail restore Kettering Railway Station to its former glory. They have been helped in this project by the Railway Heritage Trust (RHT).  The Railway Heritage Trust was created in 1985 by British Rail on the advice of railway heritage campaigners following the destruction of Derby Midland… Read More »

Cheswick Green Primary School – Case Study

In a recent project, Twinfix displayed their commitment to excellence through the installation of eight free-standing semi-curved canopies spanning 302 square meters at Cheswick Green Primary School in Solihull. Tailored for functionality and aesthetic appeal, the canopies feature the innovative Multi-Link-Panel Non-Fragile roofing system glazed with 10 mm clear multiwall polycarbonate. The aluminium structure, ensuring… Read More »

East Leake Primary School, Nottinghamshire – Case Study

At Twinfix, we take pride in transforming educational environments, and our recent project at East Leake Primary School in Nottinghamshire exemplifies our commitment to creating inspiring spaces for learning and play. The challenge was to provide a solution that offered both functionality and safety. Twinfix designed, manufactured, and expertly installed a free-standing mono-pitch canopy spanning… Read More »

Case Study, Newmarket Hospital

Newmarket Hospital, a cornerstone of healthcare in the United Kingdom, has revealed a remarkable transformation with the addition of a new walkway spanning a total of 99 square meters. One of the standout features of this canopy is its structure, meticulously crafted from powder-coated aluminium. This choice not only guarantees durability but also reduces the… Read More »

The Corner, Darvel – Case Study

Twinfix, a leading provider of roofing and canopy solutions, has successfully completed the design, manufacturing, and installation of a 225sqm canopy at The Corner in Darvel. This project, in collaboration with the Darvel & Area Regeneration Team (DART) and Coltart Construction, showcases Twinfix’s expertise in creating striking structures that seamlessly integrate with the surrounding environment.… Read More »

Enhancing Learning Environments: Twinfix’s Canopy Work in Welsh Schools 

As we strive to create optimal learning environments for students, innovative solutions that blend functionality with aesthetics are gaining popularity. Among the frontrunners in this domain is Twinfix, a leading manufacturer and installer of high-quality canopies for educational institutions. With a strong commitment to transforming school spaces, Twinfix has been spearheading remarkable projects in Welsh schools, providing… Read More »

Colne Primet Academy – Case Study

Twinfix recently installed a free-standing duo-pitch canopy at Colne Primet Academy in Colne, providing a new outdoor dining area for students and staff. The canopy, which spanned 9m in run length and 6.1m in projection, featured the Alu-Link-Panel solid aluminium roof, which offers exceptional durability and weather protection. The new outdoor dining area has been… Read More »

Case Study – Crestwood High School, Eastleigh

Twinfix is delighted to announce that its Multi-Link-Panel Non-Fragile Roofing System has been chosen for the replacement of Crestwood Community School’s old glazed roof. The new 1087 square meter roofing system and the gable end spanning 207 square metres, are now glazed with 25mm multi-wall polycarbonate, providing numerous benefits to the school and its students. The… Read More »

The Martin High School – Case Study

The Martin High School is a coeducational secondary school with academy status, located in the village of Anstey, Leicestershire. The school was founded in 1957 and was named after Sir Robert Martin, Chairman of the Leicester County Council, in honour of his public service. Last year, the school were looking to replace an old, pre-fabricated block of… Read More »

Eastbourne Station Case Study 

Eastbourne station is located in East Sussex. It was originally built in the 19th century and is classified as a Grade II listed building. Over the years, the station has undergone several renovations and upgrades. Back in October 2020 it was announced £5 million would be spent on restoring Eastbourne Railway Station to its ‘former glory’.… Read More »