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82 LANDSCAPING & EXTERNAL WORKS


Hauraton RECYFIX®


he City Quays development, currently under construction, is a £250 million investment to regenerate 20 acres of


unused dockland in Belfast City Centre. The development will eventually include ‘Grade A’ office space, residential blocks, leisure facilities, a large hotel and retail complex all with designated car-parking. Once complete it is planned the City Quays project will achieve a BREEAM Excellent standard, one of the highest sustainability rating for new developments.


PLUS drains the new


City Quays in Belfast City Centre T


At about 250 metres long, the new City


Quays promenade is laid with a two tone granite block pavement which is drained with 230 metres of Hauraton RECYFIX® PLUS 200 channels fitted with Class D400, HEELSAFE ductile iron gratings. The RECYFIX®


PLUS channel unit is made


of tough, virtually unbreakable recycled polypropylene (PP) formulated to be very resistant to daily temperature fluctuations from frost conditions to strong sunlight, including the Ultra Violet (UV) spectrum. The channel unit also features galvanised steel top edges which house the ductile iron gratings. Complying with the requirements of EN


1433, the PP is given its UV resistance by adding just sufficient carbon black as a stabiliser so that the structural strength of the material is unaffected and a consistent appearance is maintained. The PP is also naturally resistant to de-icing salt. Andy Beirne, Area Project Manager for Hauraton Limited was please the project


went so smoothly, “The channels were delivered to site with their gratings factory fitted, yet as each one metre unit weighed less than 25kg ground-workers Earney Contracts Limited found them easy to handle and install. As with all Hauraton surface water drainage channels, the performance of the RECYFIX®


PLUS range complies with


European Standards (hENs) and carries the CE mark”.


01582 501380 www.hauraton.co.uk Denso protection for pipeline bends


G & J Engineering are nearing completion of a high pressure pipeline diversion project for Wales & West Utilities in Newton Abbot, Devon. The pipeline bends are being installed for a housing development in Hele Park and are protected with Winn & Coales Denso Protal 7300.The development is based on a 800mtr diversion of a 500mm high pressure pipeline. The job


involves two 5-way stopples with multiple drillings under pressure and line stopping. Denso Protal 7000 is a fast curing two-pack epoxy coating for protection of buried pipelines. It is applied by brush or trowel. It can be applied up to 1mm in one coat without slumping.


020 8670 7511 www.denso.net Resiblock celebrate 15 year partnership


A 15 Year Partnership between a company and their client is always a cause for celebration, and with the recent manufacturing of nearly 20,000 Litres of the ‘Legendary’ Resiblock ‘22’, both Resiblock Ltd and Hong Kong International Airport celebrated in style.


Coming in at almost 50,000m², the latest works are the largest single area at Chek Lap Kok Airport to be sealed with Resiblock ‘22’ since the partnership ‘took off’ in 2003. The latest sealing works will take the total area sealed by Resiblock at Hong Kong International Airport to over 175,000m², that’s an area almost the size of Vatican City!


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ADF NOVEMBER 2018


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