Case Studies


AMMROC is a high-security military facility based in Al Ain, Abu Dhabi, UAE, which specialises in maintenance, repair and operations ensuring aircraft readiness, fleet deployability and safety for many armed forces including the General Headquarters of the UAE Armed Forces.

East Midlands Airport

MAG needed an easy to install and cost effective way to protect its terminal building from vehicle borne attacks. After a number of successful projects at other airports part of the group, Townscape was appointed to install its Hostile Vehicle Mitigation (HVM) system.

Colwyn Bay

Conwy Borough Council, as part of the council’s modernisation programme, required innovative protection for their new headquarters and its 700 staff which would blend perfectly with the building whilst enhancing the surrounding area.

Gunwharf Quays

Project managers, MFD, asked Townscape to develop a creative perimeter protection solution for the quayside at Gunwharf.

York Minster Case Study

Townscape Products supplied a full perimeter security solution to York Minster.

Titanic, Belfast

Townnscape Products supplied 47 PAS 68 Counter Terror Blocks to protect Northern Ireland’s newest visitor attraction. The Titanic Counter Terror Blocks were made from a charcoal coloured...

Jalsa Salana

Townscape completed a temporary perimeter security installation at Jalsa Salana, the biggest Muslim festival in the UK.

20 Fenchurch Street

20 Fenchurch Street is renowned architect Rafael Viñoly’s latest London skyscraper. The high performance, energy-efficient building breaks with common architectural design by enlarging the floor plans at the top of the building instead of the bottom.

Air Balloon Hill Primary School

To help ease Bristol’s shortage for primary school places, Air Balloon Hill Primary School in St George has undergone a £5.2 million extension. Twelve new classrooms have been built and the school wanted a sustainable and eco-friendly canopy to link the old and new buildings together.

Birmingham New Street

After being voted the ugliest building in Britain 2003 the old Birmingham New Street station was in need of a well-overdue revamp. As part of the £750 million transformation, Townscape was appointed to develop an aethetically pleaseing, tailored perimeter security solution.

Colmore Food Festival

The Colmore Food Festival is a free, annual event which takes place over two-days at Victoria Square in Birmingham. For the last four years, local hospitality venues and eateries have used the even as an opportunity to showcase their culinary skills.


The World Horticultural Expo, Floriade, takes place every 10 years with more than 100 organisations and countries taking part. Floriade 2012 consisted of five unique themed ‘worlds’ where visitors learn about and from nature.

Highbury Substation

Townscape was commissioned by National Grid to install an eye-catching Printed Precast Concrete design for the substation installed on Seven Sisters Road in Finsbury Park.

Highbury Substation Phase 2

As part of the National Grid’s need to improve the appearance of the new substation on 107-129 Seven Sisters Road in Finsbury Park, Townscape Products successfully installed ten printed precast panels.

Isle of Anglesey County Council

The Anglesey Coastal Path is 125 miles of breath taking coastline which is a designated area of outstanding beauty. The coastal path is visited by thousands of tourists each year and Anglesey County Council wanted to install directional fingerposts along the entire route.

King Abdullah Sports City

Known as ‘the jewel in the desert’, and estimated to cost $507million, the King Abdullah Sports City is a 60,000 seat sports facility which boasts the Kingdom’s first FIFA standard football venue, a 2,000 seat multi-purpose indoor stadium and a 1,000 seat athletics pitch alongside a Mosque, hotels and sports hospital.

Kirkby Art Wall

Townscape were commissioned by Kirkby-in-Ashfield to work alongside local artist Ian Blyth to create an innovative piece of bespoke art manufactured from precast concrete.

Peterborough Railway Station

Thanks to a cycling boom in the area, station owners at Peterborough Railway Station were faced with a rising number of customers arriving on bikes. With limited onsite space, the station managers tasked street furniture manufacturer, Townscape Products, to design cycle racks which could quadruple capacity without using additional space.

Royal Army Flying Museum

Townscape was commissioned by the Museum of Army Flying in Stockbridge to create an imprinted concrete commemoration.

Wrentham Parish Council

In preparation for the Olympic Torch relay and to honour the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, Wrentham Parish Council wanted to add colour to the village centre landscape with some commemorative flower-filled planters.


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