Addagrip approved contractor, Chameleon Ways, based in Pennsylvania, has recently completed a stunning porous Resin Bound surfacing installation at one of the world’s premier culinary colleges, The Culinary Institute of America in New York. Founded in 1946, The CIA is an independent, not-for-profit college offering associate and bachelor's degrees with majors in culinary arts, baking and pastry arts and culinary science.
The client selected a 3mm Oyster Addabound aggregate finish for the pathways of Heinz Plaza. Our Addabound surfacing is hard wearing and low maintenance, ideal for footpaths yet still aesthetically pleasing and decorative.
Addaset Resin Bound Porous surfacing was selected for this project at Concord College near Shrewsbury in Shropshire. Nestled in the heart of the Engligh countryside, this independent school for day and boarding students boasts an eighty acre campus with 370 pupils and over 50 members of staff using the facilities.
Addagrip approved contractor, Booher Construction, was appointed by main contractor Pave Aways to install a resin bound porous paving system at the new forty bedroom accommodation complex, Wrekin House.
The contractor chose Addaset in a 6mm Maple Gold to complement the building and the beautiful rural setting. Despite delays due to the inclement weather, the durable and low maintenance surface was installed in time for the students’ occupation in September 2014.
Addagrip approved contractor, Total Protection (GB) Ltd were delighed to be appointed by main contractor, Feltham Construction, to undertake a 1400m2 Terrabound project at a school in Weybridge, Surrey.
Over 1400m2 of Terrabound Resin Bound surfacing has been laid at St Georges Junior School, with almost 1000m2 completed in the first phase of works, carried out during the six week school summer break.
Careful co-ordination was needed in order to complete the required surfacing areas in the limited time frame, with deliveries of materials arranged to accommodate minimal access and arriving on separate, smaller vehicles.
The patterns were defined by the client, who selected a combination of 6mm Rhine Gold Terrabound and a bespoke Terrabound blend to meet design requirements. The design was completed with an aluminium edging detail to create a defined and decorative border between the two materials.
The project continues, with phase two of the works expected to be completed in 2015.