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  • Supplier Profile
    The ever-present issue of end-of-life (EOL) tyre disposal has recently gained media attention, encouraging governments and major industry players including tyre manufacturers to take a proactive...
  • Supplier Profile
    Brett is a successful, established construction and building materials group - the largest independent group in the UK. Business portfolio includes Brett Aggregates, Brett Concrete, 1st Choice...
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    Established in 1830, Thomas Armstrong has over 180 years of expertise and growth in construction services and the manufacture of quality building products. Products include aggregates concrete...
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    Minster Surfacing Ltd was formed in 1999 and has grown to become a major supplier to the Ministry of Defense, local authority, major builders and local suppliers. Based in Lincoln, we work on...
  • Article - 17 Oct 2005
    E Pave is a patented technology for the construction of roads, pavements and hardstands that is particularly effective in areas of poor ground quality.
  • Article - 23 Apr 2004
    Marshalls have researched the reasons for pavement damage and the areas of pedestrian access most liable to suffer from vehicle over-run. Article. (500KB)
  • Article - 23 Apr 2004
    A description of the tests carried out by Marshalls to demonstrate the performance of their fibre reinforced paving slabs. Article.
  • Article - 23 Apr 2004
    Utilising patented fibre technology, Marshalls’ fibre reinforced paving offers increased resistance to failure from impact and overloading.
  • Article - 23 Apr 2004
    A description with diagrams of the differences in behaviour between fibre reinforced and unreinforced paving under aggressive and repeated loading conditions, such as that occasioned by vehicle...
  • Article - 23 Apr 2004
    A diagrammatic description of the differences in behaviour between fibre and steel reinforcement under aggressive and repeated loading conditions, such as that occasioned by vehicle overruns on paved...