Kwik-Klik designed and installed a bespoke 150 linear metre run of In-Ground hoarding on the canal towpath boundary of Glasswater Locks in Birmingham.

The 2.5m high reusable PVC hoarding has a secure scaffold frame at the rear with vertical steel poles sunk directly into PVC sleeves in the ground.

Our In-Ground hoarding system was a practical alternative to using the comparatively bulky Kentledge system because only a very narrow strip of land was  available between the towpath of the Digbeth Branch Canal and the pilings for the new apartment buildings.

Our re-usable, slimline In-Ground hoarding features 100% recyclable PVC panels and the PVC sleeves buried in the ground allow easy dismantling of the system. The system is available to hire on a project basis, or purchase outright.

The high resolution site-specific ACM printed graphics were produced and installed by City & County Graphics.

The Glasswater Locks site in Birmingham’s Eastside is being developed by Berkley Group and St Joseph Homes. The new apartments will be located on the former site of a historic glassworks.

Systems used

K-K In-Ground
Re-usable PVC secure site perimeter hoarding