Category Archives: Case Studies

Case Study – Silverstone Primary School

In these uncertain times, as schools find their new ‘norm’, government guidelines advise schools to increase outdoor play. In response to this guidance, many schools are looking at ways to utilise their outdoor space and provide protection from the inclement British weather. Canopies, outdoor shelters and covered walkways could be a great investment for any… Read More »

Case Study – Clatterbridge Centre, Liverpool

Twinfix walkways protect patients and visitors from the elements at the new Clatterbridge Centre in Liverpool A new hospital in the heart of Liverpool is part of a £162m investment in expanding and transforming cancer services across Cheshire and Merseyside. The 11-storey Clatterbridge Cancer Centre at Liverpool Hospital delivers highly-specialist care including pioneering immunotherapy and… Read More »

Case Study: Liverpool John Lennon

Handling over five million passengers a year, Liverpool John Lennon Airport is one of the UK’s busiest airports. Last year Twinfix worked with Principal Contractor Technical Construction Group Limited on a £750,000 project to design, manufacture and install a new covered walkway at the airport from the terminal building past stands 51 to 53 on… Read More »

Raising the roof at Bognor Regis Station

Bognor Regis Station site dates from 1864, with the opening of a branch line to Bognor from Barnham Junction. The station was rebuilt in 1902 following a fire and renamed in 1930 when the seaside resort was awarded the appellation Bognor Regis by His Majesty King George V. For the recent redevelopment of Bognor Regis… Read More »

Case Study: Tredegar Park

Twinfix bespoke canopies make great learning and play spaces for children of all ages.  Individually designed for each location, they are available with a range of roof shapes.  Canopies may be a lean-to design if the construction of the building walls is acceptable, or free-standing where this is not the case. Working for main contractor… Read More »

Case Study: Aberdeen Station

Over the years Twinfix have supplied modular polycarbonate panels for use as rooflights in many railway stations and depots. Replacing the old canopy glazing used at rail stations with products from Twinfix’s range of polycarbonate glazing options floods the area with daylight while eliminating the common issues that occur with historic railway roof-glazing. Aberdeen railway… Read More »

Case Study – Cheltenham Crematorium

Earlier this year, Cheltenham Council opened the doors to its new crematorium facilities.  The £8.5m redevelopment of the old crematorium at Bouncer’s Lane Cemetery comprises of two new chapels and two new cremators. Built using Cotswold stone features, the new chapels reflect their setting in the local landscape and benefit from extensive views toward the… Read More »

Rhyl Station

With its team of experts in the polycarbonate and roof glazing fields, Twinfix works on developing the best, newest and most cost-effective roof glazing products. A family business, Twinfix has been involved in the polycarbonate roof glazing market for nearly 30 years. Its innovative Multi-Link-Panel has been used in many markets, such as in the… Read More »

Case Study – St Annes Primary School, Liverpool

Canopies are often popular in primary schools because there is an expectation by Ofsted that children, especially in the Early Years Foundation Stage, should have access to the outdoors and be able to enjoy activities outside. While canopies provide shelter against the inclement British weather, many schools see their canopies as an extension to the classroom environment, relieving… Read More »