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New standing for Greenwich college
16 Mar 2007 . BY
The Old Royal Naval College at Greenwich has seen the installation of a hard standing solution from Addagrip.

Consisting of the company's Addastone resin-bonded surface, the work is part of a project to refurbish the site following the Greenwich Foundation taking over the site from the Navy and the Greenwich University and the Trinity School of Music moving in as tenants.

Created by Sir Christopher Wren, the site is now a Scheduled Ancient Monument and a World Heritage Site and is viewed as one of the finest examples of Baroque architecture in the UK.

As a result the hard materials had to be carefully selected and approved by English Heritage, allowing the right colour and texture aggregate to be chosen in order to enhance the setting. It also had to be suitable for pedestrian and light vehicular use.

Addastone uses natural, locally sourced or recycled aggregates bound with natural or coloured resins for a textured finish and the appearance of loose gravel without the associated problems.

6000sq m of the material was used for pedestrian crossing points and road surfacing, complementing the existing York Stone paving pedestrian areas.

Golden Pea Gravel was used in two different grades, the smaller for pedestrian areas and the larger for vehicular to demarcate the areas.
 


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16 Mar 2007

New standing for Greenwich college

Supplier: Addagrip Surface Treatments UK Limited
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New standing for Greenwich college

The Old Royal Naval College at Greenwich has seen the installation of a hard standing solution from Addagrip.

Consisting of the company's Addastone resin-bonded surface, the work is part of a project to refurbish the site following the Greenwich Foundation taking over the site from the Navy and the Greenwich University and the Trinity School of Music moving in as tenants.

Created by Sir Christopher Wren, the site is now a Scheduled Ancient Monument and a World Heritage Site and is viewed as one of the finest examples of Baroque architecture in the UK.

As a result the hard materials had to be carefully selected and approved by English Heritage, allowing the right colour and texture aggregate to be chosen in order to enhance the setting. It also had to be suitable for pedestrian and light vehicular use.

Addastone uses natural, locally sourced or recycled aggregates bound with natural or coloured resins for a textured finish and the appearance of loose gravel without the associated problems.

6000sq m of the material was used for pedestrian crossing points and road surfacing, complementing the existing York Stone paving pedestrian areas.

Golden Pea Gravel was used in two different grades, the smaller for pedestrian areas and the larger for vehicular to demarcate the areas.


Supplier: Addagrip Surface Treatments UK Limited
Uckfield East Sussex UK
Addagrip has a proven track record of supplying epoxy resin, polyurethane, and acrylic floor coatings, screeds and repair mortars to contractors and direct to Industrial Companies. We pride ourselves on supplying the right products, backed by technical advice that can be understood.

Web: www.addagrip.co.uk
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