Great communities unite people; bringing individuals together to collectively enjoy simple, social pleasures that help determine who we are, motivate and inspire what we want to become and define how and where we wish to live.

The creation of vibrant and welcoming communal space is an aspirational goal for those who wish to advocate respect, encourage understanding and nurture compassion amongst the people who share it.

Through considered design and construction, covered outdoor spaces can influence and transform our affinity with the surrounding environment, promote our health and wellbeing, enriching our everyday experiences.

Streetspace can help your organisation realise these timeless rewards, and make the benefits that come with them both easier to attain and appreciate.

 
 

Great communities unite people; bringing individuals together to collectively enjoy simple, social pleasures that help determine who we are, motivate and inspire what we want to become and define how and where we wish to live.

The creation of vibrant and welcoming communal space is an aspirational goal for those who wish to advocate respect, encourage understanding and nurture compassion amongst the people who share it.

Through considered design and construction, covered outdoor spaces can influence and transform our affinity with the surrounding environment, promote our health and wellbeing, enriching our everyday experiences.

Streetspace can help your organisation realise these timeless rewards, and make the benefits that come with them both easier to attain and appreciate

 

“I would absolutely use Streetspace again. The experience from start to finish, both in terms of the preparation for build, the build itself, in terms of the workmen that were here, and every member of staff that we worked with at Streetspace have been first- class. I would recommend without hesitation to other schools that were considering a project such as this.”

Steve Munday – Headteacher – William Edwards School

 

Our Projects

For over 20 years, the Streetspace team has worked in the design and construction of public open space, developing projects across a broad range of sectors, with that same architectural flair and attention to detail that has become a hallmark of our brands today.

Our projects have included canopies & walkways, glazed structures, all-weather sports canopies, green roof buildings, tensile membrane structures, street furniture and landscaping; engineered for the long term and with a uniquely consistent design theme.

Why not take a look through some of our case studies? Starting with a great timelapse video of an ORION™ Cantilever Canopy installation for Colchester Zoo!

Our Projects

For over 20 years, the Streetspace team has worked in the design and construction of public open space, developing projects across a broad range of sectors, with that same architectural flair and attention to detail that has become a hallmark of our brands today.

Our projects have included canopies & walkways, glazed structures, all-weather sports canopies, green roof buildings, tensile membrane structures, street furniture and landscaping; engineered for the long term and with a uniquely consistent design theme.

Why not take a look through some of our case studies?

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