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  • The Hurlingham Club

    Refurbishment of pathways at The Hurlingham Club, London

    Contractor True Grip

    Addagrip approved contractor, True Grip, were delighted to receive an invitation to tender for a project at The Hurlingham Club, one of Britain’s most prestigious private members’ clubs, set in 42 acres of beautiful grounds bordering the Thames in Fulham.

    The Hurlingham Club wanted to upgrade, refurbish and enhance the paths leading from the main entrance to the club house and selected True Grip as the main contractor for the project. Some years ago True Grip installed Addagrip's Resin Bound porous Addaset to the main reception entrance, which has proven to be both durable and aesthetically pleasing.

    The existing concrete edging kerbs were removed from all of the paths and treated timber edging was installed to soften the appearance of the pathways. Holes were drilled into the existing macadam to help remove surface water and 30mm thick of porous open-graded macadam surface course was used to regulate and smooth the existing deteriorating surface. Finally, Addagrip's 6mm Chocolate Buff Terrabound Resin Bound porous surfacing system was installed to 1,000m² of footpaths by True Grip, working in phases to accommodate the members and to cause minimum disruption to the operation of the club.

    Hurlingham Club 2019

    True Grip was invited back by The Hurlingham Club in March 2019 to undertake more Resin Bound surfacing for pathways along the Club's perimeter ...View case study