Contractor: Total Protection (GB) Ltd
Product - 1156sqm Addastone 1-3mm Brittany Bronze
Addagrip approved contractor Total Protection (GB)Ltd was appointed to carry out the installation of over 1000m2 of Addastone Resin Bonded surfacing for Headstone Manor and Museum in Harrow, Middlesex - the 14th century former home to the Archbishop of Canterbury.
As part of a programme of works to restore the site, made possible with a £3.6million Heritage Lottery Fund, plans were made to rejuvenate the surfacing surrounding the Car Park, Welcome Building and the Great Barn.
Total Protection (GB) Ltd was delighted to be awarded the works by Lengard Ltd to carry out the resin surfacing for all 3 areas to be completed in 3 separate phases.
The first phase completed includes the installation of 1,156m2 of Addagrip’s Resin Bonded Addastone system to the Great Barn. The barn is a popular venue to hire for events ranging from weddings and corporate events to fairs and festivals so as well as looking natural, the paving needed to be hard wearing and low maintenance. Addastone Resin Bonded surfacing was selected in a 1-3mm Brittany Bronze aggregates finish in keeping with the heritage of this 14th century moated manor house setting, providing a surface that has the appearance of loose gravel but without the maintenance issues.
Further work will be carried out in phase 2 and 3 for the Car Park and Welcome Building to include further Addastone surfacing and Addagrip’s BBA approved Terrabound Resin Bound porous system.
Addastone is perfect for heritage projects that require the look of a loose gravel pathway without the issues of migrating stone. Addastone natural aggregate finishes are hard wearing and available in a range of natural colours.
Addagrip approved contractor Total Protection (GB) Ltd returned to Headstone Manor and Museum in September 2017 to complete further areas of resin bonded Addastone together with BBA approved resin bound pathways and a courtyard area with planters.
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