Mary Ellen Kramer Park

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  • Mary Ellen Kramer Park, Paterson

    Resin bonded pathways for park renovation project in New Jersey

    Addastone 1-3mm Silver Grey Granite

    Mary Ellen Kramer Park in Paterson, New Jersey on the north side of the Passaic River has undergone a $1.8 million renovation which has included new paths, landscaping and the rebuilding of a wall that enables visitors to get a closer view of the spectacular Paterson Great Falls.

    As part of the landscaping, Addagrip approved contractor Chameleon Ways was delighted to be asked to renovate over 1200sqm of existing asphalt pathways with Addastone – a hard wearing natural aggregate resin bonded surfacing system that gives the look of loose gravel paths but without the maintenance issues of migrating stone. The combination of natural aggregate and a coloured binder creates a unique, decorative and durable wearing surface with a natural looking finish.

    The chosen aggregate, a 1-3mm Silver Grey Granite, was installed on the network of paths within the park, providing a hard wearing seamless finish that is comfortable underfoot and with good slip resistance.