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HE LEAGUE emier floor finish for new football stadium.


team – by applying a crack-bridging, glass-fibre reinforcement membrane (Sika Reemat) over affected areas.


To complement the hospitality area’s quasi-industrial aesthetic, which includes visible installations of service equipment across the ceiling, the client chose a dusty grey finish for the flooring. This was also seen as a practical choice, as the colour would help camouflage exterior dirt and blemishes produced by matchday visitors regularly entering and exiting the suite. Acoustic performance was another consideration when it came to the flooring. Creating the right ambience is crucial in a hospitality area, therefore providing a surface which absorbed, rather than amplified unnecessary noise caused by footfall, for example, was a must. Unlike tiled solutions which cause sound to echo on impact, the ComfortFloor system’s polyurethane soft, but durable composition helps cushion noise to effectively reduce the sound of footfall.


“One of the major benefits of


choosing resin or polyurethane- based flooring over traditional coverings such as vinyl or tile, is its ability to be regenerated


without the need for extensive or costly refurbishment.”


To increase the floor’s anti-slip properties, which is a major factor to maintaining staff and public health and safety, a glass beading agent was installed. This improved surface traction, whilst remaining invisible to the naked eye due to its blend with the dusty-grey matt finish.


One of the major benefits of choosing resin or polyurethane- based flooring over traditional coverings such as vinyl or tile, is its ability to be regenerated without the need for extensive or costly refurbishment. This characteristic was vital to the client. With the club looking to maximise its off-field revenues, being able to tailor its hospitality area to suit an individual client’s theme will increase its marketing potential. An aim which is achieved with Sika ComfortFloor PS-27, as with a little preparation, it can be overcoated in different colours and textures to update its appearance and performance.


Despite the club’s change of surroundings, Brentford will want to retain their long-held reputation as a family-friendly club. Visitors to the new stadium are certainly guaranteed a hospitable welcome in its bar and restaurant suite, thanks to Buckingham Group’s expert handling of Sika’s ‘premier’ flooring solution.


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