Student Mailbox Focus – Howard Gardens, Cardiff

The Howard Gardens project in Cardiff in student accommodation residence that is home to hundreds of students located in the heart of Cardiff city centre.
The project in Cardiff features numerous banks of mailboxes to securely store mail deliveries for the multi-occupancy residence.
The mailboxes used in the project are recessed into the wall to maximise the amount of available space in the installation location and ensure that access through entry and exit routes are not hindered by protruding mailboxes.

Project Features

  • – Numerous banks of mailboxes securely storing the mail of hundreds of residents
  • – Located in the reception lobby area for easy access by residents and staff depositing & retrieving mail
  • – Mailboxes finished to meet specific project requirements
  • – Wall-recessed to maximise available space in location

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