Temporary structures meet the demands of temporary ice rinks

18 November 2010

De Boer has been working across the UK in response to a growing demand for its temporary accommodation alongside festive ice rinks.

Structure specialist
The structure specialist has been hired at towns and cities across the UK to meet the public’s ever-increasing love of skating over the Christmas and New Year period.

Changing areas, storage rooms and ticket offices
De Boer will be hard at work in centres from the South West to the North East and all points between. In total, the company will be providing facilities at around a dozen sites, with structures being put to uses such as changing areas, ticket offices, storage rooms, cafés and viewing balconies.

Chalets and A-frames
Individual products being supplied by De Boer include its enduringly popular Chalet and A-frame structures, while the company is also creating the rink floor at a large number of locations.

Festive accommodation
De Boer Key Accounts Manager Kate Morrison said: “De Boer has been providing accommodation to temporary ice rinks for many years. As the popularity of skating continues to grow, clients are increasingly turning to us as an experienced partner that can help them create a festive experience to remember.”

Working closely with clients
Locations being served by De Boer over the coming Christmas and New Year season include Brighton’s Royal Pavilion. De Boer is working with client Stage Electrics at sites across the country – in Peterborough, Plymouth, Bristol, Hertfordshire, Northamptonshire and Worcestershire.

Skating at London's landmarks
The company will be present once again at some of the capital’s best-known locations including at the London Eye, again for Stage Electrics.

Winter Wonderland
De Boer will be working with event company PWR at Hampton Court and the Tower of London and is also supplying structures in Hyde Park as PWR brings the dazzling Winter Wonderland attraction back to the capital.

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