Adshel Infrastructure installs its Evo Walkway Shelter in Albury

Adshel Infrastructure has completed another successful shelter project for Albury Council in NSW. The Evo Walkway shelter was commissioned to cover a new taxi rank in one of the main streets outside a night club area in the centre of town.

The shelter is approximately 21.5m long, with an innovative double sided glass roof section in the centre.

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600450 Adshel Infrastructure installs its Evo Walkway Shelter in Albury
Date: 10 September 2007

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