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CONCEALED POWER SUPPLY UNITS - THERE WHEN YOU NEED THEM, HIDDEN WHEN YOU DON'T

POP UP UNITS

Pop Up Power Pop Up Units

A versatile range of discreet, retractable service units to suit every location.

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IN GROUND UNITS

Pop Up Power IN GROUND Units

Buried, flip lid Units for continuous, round-the-clock unattended use.

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POWER BOLLARDS

Pop Up Power Bollards

Outdoor power supplies in stainless steel bollard, street furniture formats.

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Our units are suitable for use across a wide range of public, heritage, sporting and industrial sectors.

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Pop Up Power Supply Installation

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PERTH CITY CENTRE CHURCH TRANSFORMED INTO NEW CIVIC SPACE

27 May 2022

Pop Up Power Supplies® has provided outdoor power distribution units for a £2 million redevelopment project in the centre of Perth, which has transformed the redundant St Paul’s church from an unused place of worship into a new civic space for markets, shows, arts performances and open air exhibitions. 


Work on the 200 year old Gothic building was carried out by contractors Hadden Group, working to a design by RDA Architects. The roof, windows and doors of the historic building were stripped out, leaving the walls and steeple intact to preserve the character of the city centre site whilst providing a useful recreational space.