Alpha Rail specialises in the manufacture of high quality metal park railings for public parks, public gardens and other public leisure and outdoor spaces.
Our metal railings can be used in a wide variety of applications in public areas. The images shown below feature projects that required metal railings, gates, trip rail, ornamental archways or other bespoke metalwork. We are very proud that many park projects featuring our metalwork have won the prestigious BALI Award.
Some of the public parks we have been involved in include numerous projects in Hyde Park, including the Super Cycle Highway project. We also supplied railings and memorial plaques for the re-opening of Beacon Park in Litchfield by HRH The Princess Royal, as well as the Jubilee Gardens Project which was created on the banks of the Thames to commemorate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. We have experience of working with and for ‘friends of’ park associations and are committed to, and sensitive of, the many issues involved in funding, maintaining and restoring public parks
All metal railings from Alpha Rail are supplied galvanised in order to protect against corrosion and ensure longevity. They can also be polyester powder coated in a choice of RAL colours to match school colours or the local environment.
For examples of specific projects that we have completed please visit the projects library.
Park railings and gates from Alpha Rail help the area to look decorative and also helps to keep people within set boundary perimeters, whilst also protecting flowerbeds and herbaceous borders from being trampled over.
We are also proud to be able to offer bespoke metalwork should you wish to incorporate the Park name, logo or other designs as a feature of your design. Delivery is really quick too, and our CAD design specialists can also provide you with a 3D drawing to show exactly how your architectural metalwork will look once installed.
If you are an architect or surveyor looking to specifying metal railings on your next project please visit our technical drawing section.