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Case studies (31)

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Greengate Square, Salford
Greengate Square is Salford's newest public space - an amphitheatre area of the boarder between Salford and Manchester capable of hosting events, concerts and markets.
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Birley Fields Campus, Hulme, Manchester
When Manchester metropolitan university announced plans to consolidate seven of its campuses into two sites, including a £140 million campus in Hulme, its vision was to create 'the most sustainable campus in the UK'. Integral to the project was finding the right partners to deliver an extensi...
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The Lanes, Leicester
As part of Leicester City Council's rolling street regeneration programme ahead of the high profile reburial of Richard III at Leicester cathedral, the Greyfriars conservation area of the city was set to be transformed with new paving and walkways
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Huntingdon Road, Cycleway, Cambridgeshire
As part of its transport strategy, Cambridgeshire County Council identified the Huntingdon Road cycleway for improvement. The cycleway needed separating from the main carriageway, whilst still allowing cars or bicycles to easily mount or dismount the kerb and safely regain control. The Counc...
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Transport for London (TFL)
The mayor's flagship cycle superhighway 2(CS2) between Aldgate and Bow roundabout is a major investment by Transport for London (TFL) to make the route safer for cyclists and other road users.
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Bay Campus, Swansea University
Swansea Bay campus is an ambitious £450m project by the University of Swansea to double the size of its academic and research facilities, rendering Swansea a dual-campus university destination. The vision for the new beach-front campus is to provide a modern space for academic facilities, stu...
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Tesco Redevelopment, Lincoln
A concept store for the future, Tesco required an affordable yet aesthetically pleasing flag paving.
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Civic offices, Kidderminster
A development specifies Stonemaster flag paving due to its environmental credentials.
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MoD Facility, Wiltshire
We were able to offer easy accessibility to customer services and technical teams and therefore provide intelligent resourcefulness to deliver a range of products that met the criteria required for this large construction project.
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T5 Heathrow Airport, London
We were able to supply a variety of bespoke granite paving products that met the high standards and quality required for the project.
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Weedon Road, Northampton
Aggregate Industries were able to provide the complete service to the Weedon Road development. Our departments combined to supply both the commercial landscaping products and the contracting expertise required to achieve the desired result.
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Duchess Parade, West Bromwich
Strong customer relationships resulting in new product shade developments to meet the clients high standards.
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Moor Street Station, Birmingham
We delivered high quality products which were aesthetically pleasing, durable and sustainable for the renovation of a major railway station.
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Lightweight Kerbs, Kent City Council
Working with multiple organisations, we developed a new lightweight product that demonstrated it can comply with HSE recommendations and be more cost effective than traditional products.
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Grand Union canal
Block paving, flag paving and setts used with a good environmental rating, aesthetically pleasing, modern style and high durability.
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Brunel Academy, Bristol
We supplied a modern high quality paving product to match the building construction look and feel.
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Bristol Harbourside, Bristol
8,000m2 of high quality paving product was required for a multiple applications in a new development.
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Bideford Quay, Devon
Needing to meet a number of requirements, we provided the ideal solution for the renovation of several areas.
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Enderby park and ride, Leicester
We have been able to work closely with the customer to create a highly sustainable site to address the customers needs and issues, as well as supplying highly aesthetic products.
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Twickenham stadium
We offered a range of products in order to achieve the projects aims, all of which addressed particular requirements.
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Old Market Square, Nottingham
Our ability to source high quality product came into its own when supplying the necessary materials for the public space in Nottingham city centre.
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Station Road, Harrow
In excess of 8,000m2 of natural stone and concrete paving has regenerated Harrow's Station Road to create a bustling, cosmopolitan infusion for the London Borough's city streetscape.
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Olympic Park, London
We were able to meet all the criteria set down for the construction of the Olympic park, such as sustainable products and alternative high quality supply chain.
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Wolverhampton City Centre
We were able to help the council meet the legislation by providing a strong product with multiple functionality.
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Leicester regeneration project
We worked closely with several teams to offer a contemporary design to help regenerate several areas of Leicester through use of high quality and hard wearing natural products.
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Western Corridor cycleway, Nottingham
Charcon has delivered its latest innovative concept in cycleway segregation kerbing for the first phase of Nottingham City Council’s new Western Corridor cycleway route.
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Wythenshawe Interchange
Charcon supplies paving for state-of-the-art Wythenshawe Interchange.
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Barking Riverside, London
One of the most ambitious developments in the UK with a vision of sustainable living.
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Nottingham Tram
In 2011, Nottingham City Council kicked off a multi-million pound contract to more than double the size of the city’s busy tram line. The 17Km of extra track would extend the tram system to the south and south west of the city, providing passengers with a direct link to national train services.
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Briggate Refurbishment, Leeds
The Charcon commerical landscaping team worked closely with the Leeds City Council technical and design teams to choose suitably cost effective products and to develop their specification – including tight Granite and Yorkstone paving tolerances. On Briggate, all signs of its former identity a...
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Derby Velodrome Arena
Key facts Contractor: Bowmer & Kirkland Subcontractor: Tecniblock Ltd Architect: Faulkner Brown Architects Engineer: Wardell Armstrong Landscape Architects The futuristic building has a footprint of 14,500m2 or 156,000 sq ft The regions first indoor velodrome and one of five nationwide On...