The people behind most of these bus shelters in the UK today are veterans in the field – Ace Shelters Ltd. They are the pioneers in the construction of shelters. Starting about 60 years ago, Ace Shelters are today in the forefront of providing all kinds of shelters to the public. You can see Ace bus shelters all over UK's metros, cities, towns and countryside.
Everyday hundreds of people take public transport to commute to their office, schools, work place etc. While waiting for a bus one needs a good shelter which provides comfortable seating along with basic amenities like lighting, time, road map of the area. Ace Shelters, without making any compromise in any quarter, gives a well defined structure for waiting areas.
They provide bus shelters to suit any kind of environment. Metros and cities are most happening places so they are usually put up with modern structures made of high quality aluminium, steel and fibre glass. In case of small countryside places and parishes, Ace Shelters restores these with modern amenities while retaining the old world charm of waiting rooms. They also do multi-shelter bus stations. They offer varied options and configurations, from cantilever to fully enclosed bus shelters.
Bus shelters are manufactured from high grade aluminium extrusions, powder coated, galvanised mild steel, zinc plated and then powder coated, giving the colours to suit the environment the bus shelter is situated. They also give lot of glazing options. They use toughened glass, polycarbonate and tamper-proof steel sheet which gives optimum protection to the commuters.
All bus shelters constructed by Ace Shelters house advertising panels, RTI systems, CCTV, time table casing. They are fixed with concealed compartments for electrical and CCTV cabling. Solar panelling is done for lighting purposes thus contributing in saving energy.
Ace Shelters are aluminium stockholders and are able to get quality extrusions at inexpensive prices. They manufacture all their structures in their factory at Leeds. Their expertise in this field has fetched them a large clientele base all over the UK. They also offer no-cost site surveys and advice on how to go about erecting the best shelter catering to the local requirements. All their structures and installations incorporate safety measures specified by DDA.