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Holyrood site Scottish Parliament landscaping project

F H Brundle

Gabion Baskets from FH Brundle were used for the new Scottish Parliament landscaping project. Designed by Enric Miralles, the landscaping of the new Holyrood site presented challenges. Although level differences within the landscaped area varied, in places they were marked as 5 metres. The solution was to introduce gabion baskets filled with stone; their appearance was not only of paramount architectural importance, but they also needed to satisfy the issues of aesthetics, durability, sustainability and cost. F H Brundle provided Burdens, supplier to Laing O'Rourke with around fifty stainless steel gabion baskets of varying sizes.

Landscaping with Cast Iron Walkways and Bridges

Cast Iron Air Brick Company

Architects at the Rathbone Partnership in South Devon contacted us in 2011 about a new feature in the garden of Buckfast Abbey. They had a creative and inventive plan to transform a section of the garden into a tranquil retreat for both the visitors and the monks. What a transformation! Our grilles are used to make stunning architectural features such as this bridge over the waterway channel and blend perfectly complimenting stone and water in a way that only cast iron can. Why not create your own lasting legacy in the grounds of a period or contemporary property ?

Woodside Development, Essex

Brett Landscaping

A new social housing development in Southminster, Essex has benefitted from having an access road installed with machine lay block paving from Brett Landscaping to deliver speed, consistency and a high quality finish. The Woodside development specified the use of Charcoal colour blocks and was the first time Brett Landscaping’s Alpha block paving had been installed in this way. The blocks, which have been rumbled to give them an antique style, perfectly suit the development. The road through the development could have been asphalted in the same time frame, however the finished effect would not have been as impressive.

Renderplas PVC colour beads complement beautiful West Wales landscape

Renderplas Ltd

The psychological and physiological effects of colour on the human psyche are well documented. Throughout history colour has been incorporated architecturally to boost public morale and improve the impact of development on the surrounding landscape. For the first residents of a new, affordable housing development, Parc y Cefn, in Fishguard, South Wales where the houses are being rendered in shades of cream, blue, pink and green the future is bright indeed.

Weedon Road, Northampton

Charcon Hard Landscaping

Aggregate Industries were able to provide the complete service to the Weedon Road development. Our departments combined to supply both the commercial landscaping products and the contracting expertise required to achieve the desired result.

Birley Fields Campus, Hulme, Manchester

Charcon Hard Landscaping

When Manchester metropolitan university announced plans to consolidate seven of its campuses into two sites, including a £140 million campus in Hulme, its vision was to create 'the most sustainable campus in the UK'. Integral to the project was finding the right partners to deliver an extensive landscaping programme that would link the whole campus together, including a public square at the heart of the development.

Derby Velodrome Arena

Charcon Hard Landscaping

Key facts Contractor: Bowmer & Kirkland Subcontractor: Tecniblock Ltd Architect: Faulkner Brown Architects Engineer: Wardell Armstrong Landscape Architects The futuristic building has a footprint of 14,500m2 or 156,000 sq ft The regions first indoor velodrome and one of five nationwide One of the UK’s first Olympic legacy projects to be carried out since London 2012

Wales Millennium Centre

Brett Landscaping

Cardiff has undergone a renaissance with significant inward investment driving redevelopment of the area. One of the flagships of this redevelopment has been the Wales Millennium Centre. Given the importance of the Centre as a cultural hub for both Cardiff and the Welsh nation, it was essential that access for all users was designed in. Externally a convenient bus boarding location was factored into the design. The Brett Kassel Kerb was specified for these locations to provide the best possible access to the Centre for all users. The Kassel Kerb has become Europe’s number one bus stop kerb systems.

Gerrards Cross - Driveway Installation

CORE Landscape Products

CORE Landscape Products visited the customer’s property in Gerrards Cross to repair and redesign their driveway. The customer was unhappy at the condition of their driveway after it had been damaged as a result of extensive building works on the property. They also requested to have the surface compliment the building whilst making access to the property more efficient. Due to the need for disabled access, it was extremely important to create a driveway with stabilized gravel.

Briggate Refurbishment, Leeds

Charcon Hard Landscaping

The Charcon commerical landscaping team worked closely with the Leeds City Council technical and design teams to choose suitably cost effective products and to develop their specification – including tight Granite and Yorkstone paving tolerances. On Briggate, all signs of its former identity as a busy road with thousands of cars passing through it every day have been removed, transforming it into a pleasant and colourful street. The particular design chosen was an outstanding mixture of two complementary materials, with quality of the material and tightness of tolerance being particularly important to create the finished effect.

Station Road, Harrow

Charcon Hard Landscaping

In excess of 8,000m2 of natural stone and concrete paving has regenerated Harrow's Station Road to create a bustling, cosmopolitan infusion for the London Borough's city streetscape.

Nottingham Tram

Charcon Hard Landscaping

In 2011, Nottingham City Council kicked off a multi-million pound contract to more than double the size of the city’s busy tram line. The 17Km of extra track would extend the tram system to the south and south west of the city, providing passengers with a direct link to national train services.

Guildford - CORE DRIVE Gravel Driveway Installation

CORE Landscape Products

The clients had severe damp issues on the exterior wall of the house. The driveway sloped toward the property and the area had no working drainage system in place. The clients wanted a free draining surface that would not require constant maintenance and could handle the frequent car use that was suitable for a baby stroller along with a solution to the rising damp problems they were experiencing.

Wokingham - Driveway Installation

CORE Landscape Products

Our clients on this project were a group of four families sharing a prestigious development comprising of four large detached properties in a former farmyard in, Berkshire. The existing macadam surface was breaking up having suffered from significant pooling of water. The residents requested that they would like gravel to give a rural feel to the shared area but were not keen on the idea of loose gravel given its tendency for rutting having already shown the concern for the existing drainage issues. The clients wanted a free draining surface that could handle frequent car use and weekly refuge collection.

Hadnall Village - CORE Path installation

CORE Landscape Products

Our client was Hadnall Parish Council, with Hadnall village having a historic moat locate at its centre with a large open field adjacent to a section of the Shropshire way. The council was determined to provide easy access for all members of the public to view this monument and gain safe passage across the field to the local church and village shop. Part of the pathway passed through the area within the historic moat site, controlled by Historic England which posed several issues regarding excavation given the high probability of ancient artefacts being buried within the grounds.

Stokenchurch - Gravel Driveway Installation

CORE Landscape Products

The clients had a steep 1 in 5 slope that was difficult and dangerous to drive on during the winter conditions. The driveway sloped away from the property and swept around towards a newly constructed garage at the bottom of the slope. Mrs & Mrs Vaughan had two vehicles, a 4 x 4 and a sports car. They wanted a surface that would provide safe access for both pedestrians and vehicle’s approaching the driveway whilst keeping with the rural nature of the property.

Commercial Car Park Installation

CORE Landscape Products

Our client required a public car park within the grounds of a new kitchen showroom location in Oxford. Originally specified to be a porous tarmac, however the client chose to go with the gravel stabiliser due to the great visual aesthetic of it. The grid chosen was required as the showroom expected a variety of vehicle types using the car park which meant the grid had to be strong enough to withstand heavier traffic as well as domestic cars.

Burnham - Driveway Installation

CORE Landscape Products

The client wanted a simple cost-effective answer to his off-street parking requirements. The surface had to be clean, firm and easy to maintain within a budget. The entire project including the off-street access had to be completed within two days.

Maidenhead - Driveway Installation

CORE Landscape Products

n this project our clients were a group of eight families who are all residents living on National Trust Land in Maidenhead, Berkshire. The trust had insisted on a new gravel road as the existing gravel was waterlogged and filled with pot holes due to its close proximity to a now redundant pond. The residents were unhappy that the road was a nuisance to drive on as the pot holes were rapidly increasing due to the frequent care use and weekly refuge collection.

Seer Green - Resin Bound Installation

CORE Landscape Products

A client who owned a substantial property in Buckinghamshire required a modern contemporary look for this 300m2 patio to the rear of the property. A low maintenance requirement, completely porous and most of all, aesthetically pleasing.

Disabled Access Gravel Driveway

CORE Landscape Products

Our clients existing block paved driveway was uneven and had sunken in one specific area due to drainage problems. They wanted a free draining surface that was disabled friendly and could incorporate an access ramp to the front door, making entry easier for their elderly mother who had recently moved in with them

Gravel Driveway Installation

CORE Landscape Products

The client required a gravel driveway that could withstand the use of larger vehicles, in this case, most notably ambulance access. A DDA compliant surface had to be laid due to the client’s disability, teamed with an application that could combat the waterlogging that was being caused by excess water coming off the adjacent farmer’s field. Funded by the local council, the costs covered the materials as well as the cost of preparing the existing ground for the grid.

Gerrards Cross - Geotrack

CORE Landscape Products

The client required a cost-effective vehicle access to her stable block across from a field that was prone to standing water during the winter months. The council had stipulated that the finished track must be non-obtrusive with no visual impact in this green belt area.

Henley on Thames - Additional Parking

CORE Landscape Products

Main contractors Matrix Parking solutions were contracted by the landlord Corporate Estates to provide additional parking at a shared office facility in Henley-on-Thames. The proposed area was a very old macadam surface that had totally broken down leaving a messy surface with various pot holes and puddles for office workers to avoid whilst using the car park. The area had no working drainage system in place. The clients wanted a free draining surface that would not require constant maintenance and could handle the frequent car use.

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