ARA Shelters & Structures (Formerly Operating As CAM Shelters) is NZ’s leading supplier of shelters, covered walkways and larger public transport structures; providing design, fabrication and installation services to councils and other customers throughout NZ and Australia.
We are part of the ARA Group, a multi-divisional installation, service and product provider with business’s located throughout Australia and New Zealand.
Our basic business philosophy is to exceed our customers’ expectations in all aspects of our work.
ARA Shelters & Structures products are suited for a wide range of applications in transport (bus, ferry and train), sports (hockey and soccer dugouts), education facilities, bicycle parking and commercial development applications. With an experienced team of design engineers, fabricators and installers, we are able to provide our customers with innovative, high quality, cost effective and aesthetically attractive turn key solutions.
Our leadership in the market has been continually demonstrated through our development of the modular approach to shelter design, efficiency in engineering design and the introduction of anti-graffiti, graphics, LED lighting and solar solutions to the product market.
A high level of safety and protection for patrons, and the minimisation of long term maintenance costs through both engineering design and material selection are also key features of our products.
Through our Bike Parking NZ and NZ Bollards, ARA Shelters & Structures has also established itself as the leading supplier of commercial bike parking equipment and security bollards to the NZ commercial market.
ARA Shelters & Structures operates a comprehensive quality control system throughout all our operations. ARA Shelters & Structures is also an ISN Network approved contractor for Auckland Transport.
ARA Shelters & Structures has strong Health and Safety and Environmental policies and practices in place. Our company is strongly committed to contributing to a healthier, safer and greener environment for ourselves, our neighbours and the community at large.