Our Resin Bound Round Up for February

Category: Project, Sureset Blog

Posted 29th February 2016 by Ben Shave


Some of our recent projects…  

Residential installations in February included driveways in Ravenshead, Nottingham and Guildford and a 98m² Sterling patio in Romford.  

While for Scholar’s Place in Gerrards Cross we laid 190m² of Norwegian Bronze to two of a four driveway project, complete with three car lifts for underground parking. The other two driveways will be installed in March.  

Seabrook Rise is a council housing development of 53 new homes in Grays, Essex. We laid resin bound in the complementary colours of Almond and Golden Pearl to pedestrian areas within the development.  

As part of the £100m-plus redevelopment of Morriston Hospital in Swansea we installed 147m² of resin bound pathways in Barley Beach.  

Additional work at Haberdashers Girls School, Elstree consisted of a 460m² access road and courtyard in beautiful natural colours of Golden Pearl and Bronze.  

For Birmingham University, the first in England to accept students from all religions and backgrounds, we completed a 527m² installation of resin bound pathways and access roads.  

Across the road from our creative paving installation for Butlin’s in Minehead completed last year, we returned to create an additional 262m² beach theme outside the American Diner.  

Following the installation of an exercise and training area last month, we returned to lay surfacing for a 125m² rehabilitation area in Norwegian Bronze at Battersea Dogs & Cats Home in Windsor.  

We installed 380m² of Barley Beach permeable pathways for Wickmead Care Home in Bournemouth which offers elderly, specialist dementia and nursing care to 50 residents.   


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