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21 August 2008

Bollards International manufactures a range of polymer-based bollards have recently completed a project at the new Deiniol Shopping Centre in Bangor, North Wales. The centre is named after Saint Deiniol, the first Bishop of Bangor is situated within sight of Bangor Cathedral.

Bollards International has recently completed a project at the new Deiniol Shopping Centre in Bangor, North Wales. The centre is named after Saint Deiniol, the first Bishop of Bangor, and, being situated within sight of Bangor Cathedral, style and elegance were of major importance when the design team selected the bollards and other items of street furniture.

The Bollards International range of street furniture is manufactured from high impact polyurethane, an increasing percentage of which is manufactured using polyoils which have themselves been made from natural oils such as rape seed. This modern, high impact material produces bollards which have the strength of traditional cast iron products whilst being non-corrosive and virtually maintenance free.

The highly distinctive Bangor bollards feature Deiniol logos picked out in reflective yellow paint and are to be found in roadside and pedestrian locations in and around the new shopping centre. As part of the total project, Bollards International also sourced a number of fixed and telescopic stainless steel bollards.

“I feel the polymer bollards we have supplied to the Deiniol Centre are well suited to the character of the location”, said Bollards International Managing Director Dr Barrie Colvin.

He continued: “ They will require very little maintenance to continue to look good, so I hope the Centre’s management team will be very satisfied for many years to come”.

Bollards International manufactures a range of polymer-based bollards, railings and street furniture which are now being specified instead of traditional cast iron products by a growing number of architects, development companies and local authorities.

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