Addagrip approved contractor Midland Decorative Surfaces was appointed to install an area of 1750m2 of BBA approved Addaset Resin Bound surfacing to rejuvenate the existing paving for the plaza of the Winnersh Triangle Business Park in Berkshire.
The existing resin bonded surface was starting to age and the client was looking for a solution to enable them to restore the decorative natural aggregate appearance with a low maintenance product with a longer lifespan. .....Read more
Addaset BBA approved Resin Bound surfacing was the paving of choice for the communal surfacing as part of the redevelopment of the former Minchenden School site in Southgate, London.
As part of the works to convert an area of the site into a school for upper end aged secondary autistic pupils, Total Protection (GB) Ltd was appointed by main contractor Thomas Sinden to install a resilient, seamless, porous surfacing for the external communal areas in contrasting colours....Read more
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We love to be involved in projects in our home town and were delighted when the owner of the Picture House in Uckfield contacted Addagrip about the suitability of resin bound surfacing for two exit ramps at the town’s historic cinema.The old concrete surface of the existing ramps had deteriorated over the years and the owner was looking for a decorative, non-slip finish that would be suitable for exiting cinema-goers. Addagrip’s Terrabase Resin Bound system offered the perfect solution to cope with the irregularities in the old concrete surface without the need for installation of a new base....Read more
Addagrip approved contractor Chameleon Ways based in the U.S.A. was asked to be involved in a very creative street scheme to install a hard wearing paving product that would look like sand to reflect the coastal location.Ocean City is a resort town in the U.S. state of Maryland between the Atlantic Ocean and Isle of Wight Bay. It features miles of beach and a wooden boardwalk lined with restaurants, shops and hotels. Addabound resin bound surfacing with recycled aggregate was the ideal paving option to accommodate the design for this scheme ..Read more
Having trained hard over the last 5 months for their 26 mile South Coast Mighty Hike, Team Addagrip Coastbusters rose to the challenge on Saturday 8th June by joining hundreds of walkers following a route from Brighton to Eastbourne to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.
The team enjoyed a range of weather conditions including wind, rain, hail, blue skies and sunshine together with some stunning views of the Sussex coast. Thank you too all those who have donated enabling the team to raise an amazing £2893. It's not too late to donate at Just Giving.