Handover Bay for Rolls Royce Cars in Leeds

Rolls Royce Handover Bay Leeds

Rolls Royce cars (JCT600, Leeds) contacted us with a requirement for a handover bay for their new site in Leeds. Due to our approach to protecting cars from the elements, the handover bay for Rolls Royce was right up our street, as our canopies are designed to look modern, sleek and contemporary. Our remit was to create a handover bay that was amazing to look at, as well as practical. This particular handover bay had to feature a wall of slated infills to separate the bay from the car park behind. We were chosen by the customer as we specialise in beautiful made-to-measure designs that are fabricated from steel and are built-to-last. Following our estimate, we organised a site survey so that we could check the ground, site and determine final post positions and measurements. Following this, our surveyor and client established that all posts and footplates could be buried 100mm below zero terrain with the surface finished above. After

Large Workshop Extension Canopy Suzuki Exeter

Our customer, Track’s Suzuki in Exeter, wanted to extend their workshop and vehicle valet area with a 104 square metre, large workshop extension canopy. They had an existing steel wall enclosure and the natural thing to do was to provide a shelter over that space and tuck the canopy into the recess above the roller door opening on the building. The result was a dry extended space for the team to work on and finish cars. Our customer had a good look around at what other companies could do but realised that only Kappion could do (exactly) what he wanted and at the right price. After the initial survey, which is performed using our state of the art 3d measuring and modelling equipment, the design was agreed and the engineering drawings produced. Due to the way that we work at Kappion there wasn’t a great deal to check, mainly because everything is so clearly defined in software and on our