Benincà products are used around the world and are installed at some truly exceptional locations. Benincà Group recognises this and recently created B Places as a platform to share these incredible installs. The Benincà Group Facebook page have been highlighting these unique and noteworthy installations submitted via their foreign branches.
We are therefore eager to showcase some of the exceptional work that our UK installers complete. So, our question to you is, do you have a unique install for us to share?
Have you recently installed Benincà products in a weird and wonderful location? Have you completed an installation at a unique site, perhaps a place of particular beauty? If something springs to mind, please do get in contact and let us share your installation. Please send details and images to firstname.lastname@example.org
Here are just a few of the extraordinary locations that B Places have featured so far:
Sydney Zoo – Sydney Zoo opened in 2015, embraces advanced technology and innovation to improve animal welfare, visitor engagement and education and is home to a wide range of exotic and native animals. Intelligent habitat design ensures an experience that is more immersive and engaging than traditional zoos.
Sydney Zoo is home to over 4,000 animals including a wide range of exotic and native animals, Australia’s largest reptile, an aquarium, and a large open-air area dedicated to Indian elephants as well as a Nocturnal House.
In this amazing place Benincà Australia has installed 14 Bison motors to manage in total security the opening and closing of the large cages in front of the night-team area for Asian elephants.
Technology also makes it easier and safer to put these wonderful 4000kg creatures to bed.
Retreat in Switzerland – Chenot Palace Weggis is Europe’s most cutting-edge retreat. It is situated in the heart of Switzerland and satisfies the highest standards in terms of healthy living. A Benincà automated gate welcomes guests in this exclusive 5,000 sqm location surrounded by a stunning alpine landscape overlooking Lake Lucerne. Quality always seeks quality!
National Park in Uganda – At the Murchison Falls National Park in Uganda, Eva barriers welcome visitors to this 5025 km² park. It is the largest protected area in the country and is inhabited by rare protected species like Rothschild’s giraffe, shoebills and will soon see the reintroduction of the white rhinoceros. The park’s name comes from the eponymous Murchison Falls, a spectacular 43 m drop after a 7 km long gorge, where the waters of the Nile gather pace and tumble turbulently into Lake Albert. It is a magical location that is full of charm, making it an ideal destination for exciting photographic safaris.