In Cheltenham we installed a 65m² beach theme for a customer who had seen a similar installation on our website. This was created using Almond for the beach and 13 different blends of blue for the sea.
We were delighted to be working with the designer of the official RHS Chelsea Flower Show Garden: Greening Grey Britain. Ann-Marie Powell selected SureSet resin bound paving for her design because of its permeability and contemporary look. Read our Blog.
Set in the idyllic grounds of Hinxton Hall, Cambridge Genome Campus hosts scientific research, courses, conferences and a nature reserve. Sponsored by Wellcome, the Campus is undergoing an expansion to create an international centre for scientific, business, cultural and educational activities. SureSet was specified for a series of pedestrian pathways within the Campus.
We carried out a number of ‘no dig’ installations that included a pathway for registered charity, Garden Organic in Coventry for their new Paradise Garden, created as a tribute to the late Geoff Hamilton of Gardeners World. Another was a roof deck in Wimbledon Park Road.
At the Walkergate Park Centre for Neurorehabilitation and Neuropsychiatry in Tyne and Wear we installed a 547m² Barley Beach footpath.
We laid a pathway for Corpus Christie College, Oxford and a kidney shaped tree ‘trench’ and tree pits in Smethwick town centre.
Ensuring accessibility, a resin bound courtyard and ramp was installed at Kennet Island, Reading. Located close to the town centre Kennet Island is a development of newly built, contemporary designed apartments and houses.
For a mixed use development site adjacent to Queens Park Station in South Kilburn, we installed 376m² to tree pits and cycle shelters in Barley Beach and Norwegian Pearl.
Permeable pathway for the Paradise Garden
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