A major building project at the University of Birmingham involved building new student accommodation and external works to some of the existing buildings.
As part of the development and refurbishment new paths were laid leading up to and around the accommodation. 1075 square metres of resin bound surfacing have been laid on the paths to create a durable, slip resistant and aesthetically pleasing surface for the students to walk on. Specialist student accommodation contractors, Ocon Construction appointed Route One Highways to lay the surfacing.
The product used by Ronacrete Approved Contractors Route One Highways was RonaDeck Resin Bound Surfacing with a Harvest Crunch aggregate blend, it was laid on a prepared asphalt base.
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