CASE STUDIES



 

HIGHWAYS

LANDSCAPE DESIGN

  • Woodland Footpath - Cynfarthfa Park, Merthyr Tydfil

    The existing network of woodland paths within Cyfarthfa Park needed resurfacing to provide a more even surface that was accessible to all users.Tarmac recommended ULTICOLOUR CLASSIC RED as a solution. The red colour was important to replicate the original 200 year old red ash paths.
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  • Visitor Area, London Zoo

    ULTICOLOUR was specified to mark out a distinctive pathway and pedestrian space within the area. ULTICOLOUR was specified in five different colours to create a series of walkways to guide visitors around the different sections.
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EDUCATION & LEISURE

  • Coastal Promenade, Morecambe Bay

    As part of a project to upgrade the sea wall at Morecambe Bay, a new surface was required for the promenade. ULTICOLOUR suited the clean, modern design of the new sea wall. When combined with ULTIMAT SAMI Tarmac’s innovative stress absorbing membrane interlayer, it provided a durable crack resisting paving solution.
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  • Tourist Location, Kynren, Bishop Auckland

    This high profile tourist attraction in Bishop Auckland, near Durham required a surface for the large pedestrian area next to its main arena. ULTICOLOUR was chosen in a buff colour, which fitted well with the surrounding wooden structures and the theme of the site. The client was happy with the speed of the work and the smooth, even finish.
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  • Our Lady and St Patrick's School, Dumbarton, West Scotland

    An all weather multi use games area was required as part of a £25 million project to build a new three storey, 1000 pupil school in Dumbarton in the west of Scotland. This games area would be used throughout the year for sports like football and hockey, so it needed to avoid standing water after rainfall.
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