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Flexi-Boll – Bollards that bend over backwards
This truly unique, flexible but rigid bollard is designed to outwardly look like a standard bollard, however when a force is applied to it special compounds in the polyurethane will deform allowing the bollard to bend up to 90 degrees. In fact the whole bollard can be run over and will self right in a matter of seconds. All this with little or no damage to itself and minimal or no damage to vehicles.
DRD Roads Service, N. Ireland
Just a short note to confirm that we have completed installation of two more Type 193 bollards at a new zebra crossing in Kilrea, Co. Londonderry.
Again they have already proved successful in protecting railing and kerbing from overrun at a tight radius junction.
The two we first installed in 2006 are still performing well at the site in Coleraine and we have never had any railing damage.
They really are a great product.
Sovereign Harbour Marina Ltd
The Waterfront Signage – Sovereign Harbour, Eastbourne.
Right from the very first telephone call to the point of after-installation call, checking everything was OK, I have been dealt with by professional people who obviously take a pride in what they do and feel the need to help the customer. What a refreshing change!
The signs themselves are superb. They look very smart and have stood up to the severe weather we experienced this winter with no problems, unlike several of the other large signs around the site made by others. I shall certainly be in touch again when I have a future requirement.
Basildon District Council
Five Links Housing Estate – order for 290 type 101 cast iron bollards
As you know, this was an urgent order. I would like to express my appreciation of the efforts of all those within your company who were involved in fulfilling this order at such short notice and enabling Basildon Council to complete the project on time. Please pass on my thanks to all those involved.
Cherwell District Council
CIS Street Furniture have designed and manufactured a superb range of furniture, which helps enhance the street scene in each of our urban centres.
Having a coordinated suite of furniture with bespoke design had given Banbury, Bicester and Kidlington their own identity, and has helped us win awards in the annual Britain in Bloom competitions.
CIS offered a great service and their continued support to the Council has been recognised.
Staffordshire Moorlands District Council
We worked closely with CIS Street Furniture to design an excellent range of finger signs that were in keeping with Leek’s strong heritage.
The fingerposts and notice boards bring identity to the street scene whilst providing excellent direction to points of interest and amenities.
CIS also installed the furniture and refurbished existing street furniture.
Street furniture package for North Ormesby
Test Following the recent developments around the Market square, a developer’s contribution has been secured to fund environmental improvements to the market place and surrounding areas. After detailed consultation with partners, traders and the local community, plans have been agreed for the design of the square, and work begin on site in February 2011.