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LANDSCAPING & EXTERNAL WORKS


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Plaswood raised beds – for the sustainable gardener


The latest product range from Plaswood has been designed with the sustainable gardener in mind. Made in the UK from 100 per cent recycled plastic, Plaswood raised beds and planters provide year-round vegetable or flower space that require no maintenance painting or preserving, will not rot or splinter with age, and will outlast any timber alternative. A great choice for any garden, allotment, school or communal area, the flexibility of the new modular design offers custom made sizes to suit an individual’s need or preference. The 1m long panels are available in colours black and brown. Plaswood raised beds will enhance any outside space, whatever the size. Due to the product’s robust weather and waterproof credentials the raised beds will withstand the harshest of winters and can be enjoyed all year round. The Plaswood recycled plastic product range nurtures nature by diverting plastic waste from landfill, rivers and oceans. At a dedicated recycling and re-manufacturing site in Dumfries, plastic waste is remanufactured into second life products, such as raised beds, planters, outdoor furniture, decking and much more.


0333 202 6800 www.plaswoodgroup.com Bridging the gap: the hidden strength of carbon reinforcements


The catastrophic failure of Genoa’s Morandi bridge in August has only served to highlight how ageing bridge structures must have a maintenance regime that can ensure the safety of road users. In the UK, rail and road bridges are subjected to many types of loadings and other influences including corrosion which has to be properly managed to maintain safety. With nearly 100,000 road road and rail bridges across the country, what proven solutions are available to ensure this vital infrastructure is fit for the future? Testing is a vital part of bridge repair and protection specification. It can be carried out using various techniques including a basic visual survey, hammer testing, chloride analysis techniques, carbonation testing, concrete-to-reinforcement cover surveys and half-cell potential testing. These assessments will help play a part in Sika’s preparation of any project-specific specification offering. Sika provides bridge owners and their maintenance managers with the right design and planning tools, followed by well-designed and proven refurbishment solutions and systems to considerably increase the time between necessary maintenance and repair cycles.


www.sika.co.uk Sealer of choice for Town transformation


Resiblock has batted away the competition to become the sealer of choice for Waltham Cross, New Town Square. The project sees the transformation of the vehicular turning areas, south of the Eleanor Cross monument, into a high quality, family friendly town square. Through rigorous testing, Resiblock were able to show the superiority of Resiblock Ultra Matt in comparison to a number of alternatives, by providing


higher levels of both stain protection and sand stabilisation. Resiblock’s previous success at Bedford Square in Tavistock and Havelock Square in Swindon, further showed that Resiblock was the best sealer of choice.


mail@resiblock.com Lights on at West Kype Farm


When West Kype equestrian farm in Lanarkshire needed to replace its existing floodlights due to an overheating issue, Megaman’s Ensio integrated LED floodlights were the ideal solution. The manufacturer provided an energy efficient fixture


with a lower heat output than the previous lighting solution and an asymmetric light distribution design which reduces shadows that can often spook horses. Designed as a true replacement for metal halide lamp floodlights, Ensio 180W LED Floodlights have helped West Kype Farm to overcome a major operational issue at its site and reclaim its position as the premiere equestrian centre in Scotland.


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