Thank you for visiting our website. Unfortunately Queensbury Shelters are no longer accepting orders, cannot provide any new quotations and will cease to trade in the next few months.
If you do require any parts, repairs or advice for maintaining any shelters that have previously been supplied by Queensbury Shelters or you are interested in purchasing a new shelter, please follow the link below to contact Glen Wilson who now operates the company that have acquired all of the Intellectual Property rights including drawings and historical information.
It has been a busy few months here at Queensbury Shelters. The main news is that we have undergone a company restructure. These changes will allow us to continue to provide you with the same high quality passenger shelters and services that you have come to expect from us. As part of this restructuring, we… see article
The Queensbury range of cycle and scooter shelters will help promote cycling to your school by providing secure covered shelter for both cycles and scooters alike. Our shelters can be part of a range of measures that can be taken by the school to promote safe, fun and responsible cycling for pupils staff and parents…. see article
We are pleased to announce that Queensbury has successfully retained its NICEIC accreditation. The National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contracting (NICEIC) is the UK’s leading regulatory body for the electrical contracting industry. The rigorous annual audit assesses our premises, equipment, written procedures, certification and a representative sample of our site work to ensure all… see article
We are pleased to have completed the annual recertification with CHAS and we are now registered as compliant in the CHAS scheme national database. The Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme (CHAS) was created by experienced health and safety professionals in 1997 to improve health and safety standards across the UK. CHAS has more than… see article
An update as to progress on the manufacture and installation of the new Ely Shelters for Fareham Borough Council, we have replaced twenty five of the advertising shelters in Fareham with shelters from the Ely range and undertaken two cleans of all the remaining shelters within the Borough. The project has progressed well with minimum… see article
Queensbury Shelters has recently completed the installation of eight shelters from its G2 range. Through contractor CJL the new development at Cranbrook near Exeter gained some shelters that complement the surrounding areas. The shelters were chosen for their modern design in keeping with the architecture of the buildings. They incorporated Solar Powered illumination and wooden… see article
Queensbury Shelters was pleased to be appointed by the Gosport Ferry Company to Design, Manufacture and Install a new passenger waiting shelter at their Portsmouth Pontoon waiting area. The shelter was completely bespoke to meet the complexities of the site, apart from the challenges to installing the shelter on a pontoon with very heavy footfall… see article
Queensbury Shelters was pleased to be appointed by the Duchy of Cornwall to Manufacture and Install new Chester passenger waiting shelters on site at Poundbury an extension of Dorchester. It was felt by the client that the Chester Design matched the expectation of the style and quality required at this Development. The shelters were installed… see article
Queensbury is pleased to be working with Fareham Borough Council on a Five Year Contract for the Supply of New Non Advertising Shelters and the maintenance, cleaning and refurbishment of all the existing shelters throughout the Borough.
We are pleased to be manufacturing and installing our new Ely Range of Advertising shelters throughout Dover on behalf of Adspace 2000. The contract includes the installation of the new shelters with electrical disconnections, shelter removals and reconnection of the power supplies and involves co-ordinating the work within a tight timescale to minimise disruption to… see article
As you look at our new website you will have undoubtedly noticed we have undergone a rebrand. The original ‘triple Q’ logo was designed to reflect the three distinct divisions of Queensbury Signs and Engineering Limited back in the early 1970’s. The Company has undergone a number of transformations since that time and we feel… see article