Future Systems is a design manufacture of bespoke street furniture for municipalities and transportation authorities around the world.
Our North American success organically developed from the global accomplishment of its parent company Trueform Engineering Ltd. who was established in 1977 as a sheet metal fabrication company. Since this time, Trueform has evolved into an SME Company, employing more than 250 employees throughout the UK, middle east and North America.
On 22nd June 2012, Trueform was acquired by GIL Investments Ltd., an organization currently invested in twelve businesses with combined sales of over £300m and a workforce of over 1,500 people.
Trueform Engineering Ltd. have three subsidiary companies, as follows:
• Ferrograph - Newcastle, UK
• Trueform LLC - Abu Dhabi, UAE
• Future Systems Inc. – Chicago, USA
Future Systems Inc.’s reputation grew out of the success Trueform has had in the European markets where the evolution of mass public transportation is further along than the North American market. As an organization, we are able to add value to projects by incorporating lessons learned from our past projects and apply them to our North American designs such as the Toronto 360 Wayfinding products.
When working with Future Systems the City of Toronto can expect a level of professionalism and attention to details when translating the wayfinding product designs to physical working units. The attention to detail that we apply to the design phase is carried through production, project management and installation. Our partnership with our clients is ongoing and never completed after the product is installed.
As an international firm with a North American office at Yonge and Eglinton in Toronto, local Torontonians will be manufacturing, installing and project management this job.