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You’ll find Land-Mark products being used by those in the know to complete and enhance a wide variety of projects and as our products are all manufactured in the UK, you can expect the highest quality of craftsmanship that goes into creating the pieces for your project.

We approach every project with an exceptional standard of customer service and carry this through with a thorough end-to-end service and, as such, have completed a variety of projects that we’re pleased to hold in our arsenal.

When working on your project we provide drawings, images and product information as standard so we’re with you every step of the way.

We’ve put together some of our proudest work to show you how powerful street furniture can be in transforming an urban area.

Take a look through our previous work and contact us today to discuss your future project with Land-Mark.

White City Public Plaza Project | Land-Mark

A Welcoming Communal Space

White City Public Plaza Project

We worked in collaboration with the architects and contractors to create street furniture that worked perfectly with the space, meeting all criteria for quality, durability and visual appeal.

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Glengall Road – Street furniture

Higher Standards in Communal Spaces

Glengall Road – Street furniture

New communal space created with large variety of timber planters, decorative boulders and play products.

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Hugh Baird College - Site landscaping

A Study in the Art of Landscaping Systems

Hugh Baird College - Site landscaping

This project is a new building which is part of the university’s development programme; we supplied and installed a large covered cycle compound incorporating stands and litter bins, a range of telescopic folding and static bollards, coloured concrete seats and decorative boulders.

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Cycle Shelter with Vespa

Inspired cantilever-design cycle shelters

Hermes and Brakes Cycle Shelter Project

Created innovative cycle shelters from architect’s drawings, all installed to a tight deadline and responsive to last minute layout alterations.

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