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Network Rail’s UK Headquarters at Milton Keynes Receives Falco Weather Shelters!

Home Case Studies Network Rail’s UK Headquarters at Milton Keynes Receives Falco Weather Shelters!

Network Rail’s striking headquarters at the new ‘Quadrant Complex’ adjacent to Milton Keynes Station recently received two powder coated FalcoQuarter shelters with galvanised steel perch seats providing over 3,000 employees with a convenient and robust smoking shelter facility.

Based on our best selling FalcoQuarter design, the two smoking shelters were manufactured, powder coated, supplied and installed by Falco last week and are positioned next to the Network Rail Health and Safety Office. The steelwork of each smoking shelter was powder coated in RAL 5014 Pigeon Blue to provide additional durability.

The Quadrant opened in June 2012 on the former site of the England National Hockey Stadium and is now the National Centre for Network Rail which unites over 3,000 employees under one roof.

Falco Weather Shelters

Falco designs and manufactures a comprehensive range of weather shelters suitable for all environments. Falco weather shelters are manufactured from hot-dip galvanised steel to BS EN ISO 1461 and can be subsequently powder coated in any colour from the RAL register.

Falco provide free CAD design for all of our weather shelters as well as free site surveys, free rendering graphics to help the client visualise the shelter in the proposed environment as well as manufacture, supply and installation.

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For more information about any of our weather shelter designs, please contact our helpful sales team on 01538 380080 or by email at

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