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Tarmac Ulticolour Morecambe Promenade

Tarmac Ulticolour Morecambe Promenade

Tarmac

Ulticolour, Tarmac's coloured asphalt was used to surface the redeveloped Promenade at Morecambe. The buff colour complemented the clean, modern design of the new sea wall. It provided an accessible, trip-free surface with minimal maintenance requirement. The existing surface was an old hot rolled asphalt which was suffering from cracking. To resist cracking in the new surface and extend pavement life, ULTIMAT SAMI, Tarmac’s innovative stress absorbing membrane interlayer was also used. For more details visit the Tarmac website.
Tarmac Ultifastpave car park surface

Tarmac Ultifastpave car park surface

Tarmac

The client, a rugby club in Leicestershire, had recently upgraded their facilities to include new function rooms. They were now planning to improve their 4500m2 car park to replace the existing loose planings with a safe, permanent all weather surface. Using Ultifastpave reduced the construction time by half compared to conventional surfacing, generating a significant cost saving for the client. For more details visit the Tarmac website.
Tarmac Ulticolour - coloured asphalt for tourist venue

Tarmac Ulticolour - coloured asphalt for tourist venue

Tarmac

This high profile entertainment and tourist venue in Bishop Auckland, required a surface for the large pedestrian area next to its main arena. Ulticolour was chosen in a buff colour, which suited the visual theme of the site. The client was happy with the speed of the work and the smooth, even low maintenance finish.
Ulticolour coloured asphalt, busy tourist develeopment

Ulticolour coloured asphalt, busy tourist develeopment

Tarmac

Ulticolour coloured asphalt provided a new surface was required for the extensive footpaths at a new £12 million leisure park in Snowdonia. The buff coloured asphalt perfectly matched the surroundings and provided a safe surface for pedestrians and the site staff.
Ulticolour asphalt Modern Housing Develeopment, Salford

Ulticolour asphalt Modern Housing Develeopment, Salford

Tarmac

Ulticolour offered a distinctive, aesthetic surface for this modern housing development located on the River Irwell in Salford, to the north of Manchester. The chosen buff colour matched the contemporary architectural design.
Coloured asphalt for large holiday park

Coloured asphalt for large holiday park

Tarmac

This new adventure village at a large Haven holiday park in Gwynedd, Wales required a safe decorative surface for visitors. The light buff coloured asphalt complemented both the design of the adventure village and the coastal setting far more than conventional black asphalts or block pavers.
Ulticolour coloured asphalt, busy tourist develeopment

Ulticolour coloured asphalt, busy tourist develeopment

Tarmac

Ulticolour coloured asphalt provided a new surface was required for the extensive footpaths at a new £12 million leisure park in Snowdonia. The buff coloured asphalt perfectly matched the surroundings and provided a safe surface for pedestrians and the site staff.
Heavy duty and porous asphalts for business park

Heavy duty and porous asphalts for business park

Tarmac

Heavy duty surfacing was required for new access roads and car parking areas as part of a project to extend this business park located close to the A1 near Biggleswade. Using HGV resisting Ultiphalt HD asphalt on access roads combined with Ultidrive porous free draining asphalt on parking areas provided both sustainable drainage and long term durability.
Car Park Installation Using CORE COMMERCIAL Gravel Stabiliser Grid System

Car Park Installation Using CORE COMMERCIAL Gravel Stabiliser Grid System

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.

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