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    Resin bonded surfacing for pathways at university campus in Scotland

    Contactor  Resarf Flooring Ltd

    Addastone 1-3mm Brittany Bronze

    When it came to resurfacing the existing pathways at Stirling University campus it was important to choose a natural looking paving that would contribute to the rural relaxed atmosphere of the site which is situated in a 330 acre estate centred around Airthrey Loch.

    Addagrip approved contractor Resarf Flooring Limited was appointed to install 520 sqm of resin bonded Addastone surfacing for the walkways at Stirling University ready for the start of the academic year.

    A 1-3mm Brittany Bronze natural aggregate finish was installed to pathways on the campus, from the bridge over the loch to the refurbished Student Union building.  The bonded system was selected to give a loose gravel appearance to the pathways but without the maintenance issues of migrating stone.  The asphalt base ensured that the Addastone could be laid as a seamless pathway system that suits the rural setting of the campus grounds.