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PROJECT REPORT: SPORTS & LEISURE FACILITIES; PLANNING & DESIGN


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Kent County Cricket Club ‘bowled over’ who in turn specified Taraflex®


The Kent County Cricket Club wanted to develop the facility they had at The County Ground in Beckenham. To ensure that a fabulous training surface would be made available to the Kent County Cricket Club they turned to Architects PDP London vinyl sports flooring from


international flooring specialist Gerflor. The Gerflor Taraflex flooring system specified met the club’s requirements for an appropriate surface for these specific sporting activities. The flooring system is also adaptable in its application to different substrate conditions.


01926 622 600 www.gerflor.co.uk Resin bound Seagull crest Koolduct performing swimmingly


When Gloucester Leisure Centre was regener- ated in 2002, it was vital that the new facility offered a wealth of sport, leisure and cultural opportunities to Gloucester and the surround- ing areas, all within a building built to last. The Kingspan KoolDuct System was installed


throughout the leisure centre. The ductwork is inspected annually by CJP Ducting, who have reported no reduction in performance since its installation. A recent assessment of the ducting showed that, aside from a small section which needed routine repairs, the ductwork was in perfect condition with all joints and seams sealed.


01544 387 384 www.kingspaninsulation.co.uk Imperial Bricks now live on NBS Plus


Imperial Bricks, a UK’s leading suppliers of traditional handmade, wirecut and pressed bricks, is now a member of NBS Plus, the library of technical product information available through RIBA. Imperial Bricks’ technical specification data is now live


and can be instantly accessed by architectural practices and other construction professionals using specification software. Imperial will also be contributing to the NBS National BIM library – the award-winning collection of BIM objects.


01952 750816 www.imperialhandmadebricks.co.uk


A giant resin bound Seagull crest welcomes B&H Albion football fans to the Amex stadium in Brighton. Paul Barber, Chief Executive of the Albion noticed a crest at Manchester City, liked the idea, but bigger and bolder to create a real sense of arrival for the fans. Clearstone was chosen for the project as they are a specialist resin bound surfacing company with expertise in producing custom paved logos. The crest was created in Vectorworks CAD program, from which intricate templates were laser cut for the seagull, its beak and the lettering, which were then carefully pinned in place by Clearstone’s installation team. Then in-filled with white and blue RAL coloured pigmented quartz to match the team’s home kit colours. Finally a seal coat of resin was sprayed on the crest and anti-slip glass sand was applied as a finish. It took around eight days to complete.


01273 358177 www.clearstonepaving.co.uk Architects Datafile website


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