Tuesday, 21 January 2014

Re: Surfacing

For those who wondered, the car park behind Maple Lodge in the Hamptons is being resurfaced. It is receiving a new coat of resin bonded aggregate (that's 'small stones glued to the ground' to you and me) which should last many years for your parking pleasure. These stones have been selected for their sharp edges meaning that there will be more grip on this particular surface too.

The work began yesterday and the resin has been hardening overnight ready to be swept and finished off today. It should be ready to park on around dinner time tonight.

3 COMMENTS (Add Yours Now!):

Wellington Boots said...

Are these guys any good at building paths in recreation grounds?

Nichu said...

Interestingly there was a path in the Hamptons near the duck ponds that suffered a similar fate to the one in Cuddington Park. It has since been rebuilt and now seems to be more robust.

Stewart Mackay Conservative WP said...

we should have got their number !!

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