Founded in the 1890s, Marshalls is the UK’s leading supplier of hard landscaping products, and offers a wide variety of street furniture and counter-terror PAS68 products, as well as a large rail product portfolio.
Marshalls is a member of the Rail Alliance, as well as an approved supplier to the UK rail industry and is registered with Link-Up – many of the company’s specialist products have been designed in collaboration with partners from the rail industry, such as Network Rail, to help improve the passenger experience.
When it comes to creating first class landscapes, Marshalls understand the fundamentals to achieving high quality, inspirational and sustainable rail spaces, as well as the ability to provide a full service rail product offer for the station interface, platform and concourse.
Marshalls’ products have been specifically designed to improve the safety and aesthetics of the station platform and include paving, tactile paving, platform coping, water management solutions and coordinated street furniture.
New additions to the already extensive rail product portfolio include PC10/PC30/PC40 Underground Coping Units, A100 Overground Coping Units (both single and combined) and complimentary Oversail blocks. These durable, and aesthetically pleasing products not only have excellent skid resistance, but the combined coping unit is easier and quicker to install than the traditional two part system. Marshalls’ St George paving is ideal for use both internally and outdoors on stations platforms, and has a durable surface finish for easier cleaning and maintenance.
Marshalls understands that Rail plays a key part in building the supporting infrastructure that Britain will require for a sustainable future. In the expansion of the rail network it is essential to create high quality and inspirational spaces from the station interface to the platform edge which promote well-being and enhance the passenger journey experience.
Continued product development enhances the passenger experience by adding value to station build and modernisation. Since the launch of Marshalls’ ‘Railscapes’, the company has continued to develop innovative rail products which have helped to shape the face of Britain’s railway stations.
Marshalls’ wealth of experience in the rail sector comes from being involved in a number of large, high-profile refurbishments in recent years, including London Kings Cross, Liverpool Lime Street and London Bridge railway stations.
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