Bespoke Seating for Port Glasgow Regeneration | Case Study

Bespoke Seating for Port Glasgow Regeneration | Case Study

Project:  Bespoke Bench for Shore Street, Port Glasgow Architect:  Ironside Farrar Client: RJ McLeod (Contractors) Ltd The Project Goose Foot Street Furniture were approached by RJ McLeod Contractors to manufacture a design for seating created by architects Ironside Farrar. As part of the regeneration of Shore Street in Port Glasgow, we manufactured a 500mm x […]

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On February 28, 2018, posted in: News by

Bespoke Seating, Bradshawgate | Case Study

Bespoke Seating, Bradshawgate | Case Study

Architect:  Re-form Landscape Architecture Client: ID Verde The Project Goose Foot Street Furniture were approached by Re-form Landscape Architects to help develop the design for seating on the regeneration of Bradshawgate, one of the main retail areas in Leigh town centre. Working for Wigan Metropolitan Borough Council, Re-form were tasked with turning the busy shopping […]

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On December 18, 2017, posted in: News by

Onslow Park & Ride Seating Case Study | Goose Foot

Onslow Park & Ride Seating Case Study | Goose Foot

The Project MCS Construction approached Goose Foot Street Furniture with an initial design by BBM Sustainable Design Architects, to determine if we could manufacture six bespoke outdoor benches for the new Onslow Park and Ride shelter in Guildford. The new shelter consists of an indoor and outdoor waiting area, including external street furniture, which has improved […]

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On August 10, 2017, posted in: News by

Visit us at London & Scotland Build!

Visit us at London & Scotland Build!

We’re pleased to announce that the Goose Foot Street Furniture team will once again be exhibiting at London Build and Scotland Build this year following the success of the shows in 2016. The exhibitions are attended by thousands of ‘movers and shakers’ from the UK construction industry, including contractors and the government as well as […]

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On July 25, 2017, posted in: News by

Tyldesley Loopline Project | Goose Foot Street Furniture

Tyldesley Loopline Project | Goose Foot Street Furniture

The Project Goose Foot Street Furniture were approached by The Casey Group with designs created by Urban Vision Partnership, to manufacture a series of fingerposts, signage and information hubs for Tyldesley Loopline. Originally a disused railway line, Salford City Council is currently improving the Loopline, which is a 2km long traffic-free cycling and walking route […]

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On June 29, 2017, posted in: News by

Bespoke Tree Grilles, Preston | Goose Foot

Bespoke Tree Grilles, Preston | Goose Foot

The Project We were approached by Lancashire County Council to manufacture 11 bespoke tree grilles for New Hall Lane, Preston as part of the City’s regeneration scheme. Specification from the client was to manufacture the 1800mm x 1800mm x 80mm grilles from 3mm pre-galvanised steel.  The Outcome Formed into a patterned tray to house shaped […]

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On May 30, 2017, posted in: News by

New RIBA Approved CPD Seminar! | Goose Foot

New RIBA Approved CPD Seminar! | Goose Foot

Goose Foot Street Furniture is now a member of the RIBA CPD Providers Network We are pleased to announce that Goose Foot is now offering construction professionals (including architects and specifiers) the opportunity to attend a RIBA approved CPD seminar, covering considerations and potential issues when specifying bespoke street furniture in regeneration projects. As part […]

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On February 13, 2017, posted in: News by

Satin Polished Stainless Steel Maintenance | Goose Foot

Satin Polished Stainless Steel Maintenance | Goose Foot

Schedule of Routine Maintenance Satin polished stainless steel furniture is sometimes seen as low maintenance. However, a regular maintenance routine is still important and the products should be cleaned every two months at least to uphold their aesthetic appeal. Care should be taken to safeguard both operatives and pedestrians within the working area. An initial risk assessment and […]

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On November 9, 2016, posted in: News by

Tips for taking care of Iroko Timber Seats | Goose Foot

Tips for taking care of Iroko Timber Seats | Goose Foot

Schedule of routine maintenance for Iroko Timber Slats Iroko is a highly durable hardwood that is both insect and rot resistant, making it the ideal type of wood for street furniture products. To prevent Iroko slatted seats from staining, aging or discolouring, teak oil can be used as a protective measure to repel water and shield the wood […]

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On October 11, 2016, posted in: News by

Frederick Gough School | Case Study

Frederick Gough School | Case Study

The Project Goose Foot Street Furniture designed and manufactured 10 curved Tula benches and 9 bespoke Tula tables for Frederick Gough School in Scunthorpe. Staff at the school wanted to provide outdoor seating areas and improve the aesthetics of the playground, in addition to creating an outdoor eating option for pupils. Going forward, the staff […]

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On September 23, 2016, posted in: News by