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09/06/2015


Coatech helps Contractors win 3 National Awards




Caernarfon Promenade 1



Coatech were thrilled to hear the good news that 3 projects they have recently been involved in have won prestigious accolades at the recent Institute of Civil Engineering (ICE) Wales annual awards in Cardiff.

The awards celebrate outstanding engineering achievements across the country and Coatech are delighted to have had the opportunity to work in close partnership with the Principal Contractors on the surfacing elements of their winning projects

Of the 11 projects that were shortlisted this year, 8 projects went on to win awards. Three of which involved resin flooring works carried out by the Coatech team.

The first project was the ‘Caernarfon Harbour Promenade Refurbishment Scheme’ completed by Alun Griffith Ltd which scooped the ‘Sustainability’ Award. This was in part down to the 3,000 m² of Resin Bound Surfacing that was installed by Coatech, which not only complemented Caernarfon Castle and its surroundings but provided the client with a fully SUDS compliant system suitable to the wet conditions of the promenade.

The second project was for Principal Contractor Bam Nuttall, who built a new ‘Tamar Lifeboat Station’ for the RNLI at Porthdinllaen. This project was recognised for how it overcame numerous design and construction challenges imposed by its cliff-face location. As part of the project Coatech provided the client with a heavy-duty MMA floor and cove system in the RNLI’s signature blue. The MMA system is perfectly suited to the harsh conditions the floors are continually subjected to; particularly the daily exposure to cleaning chemicals and salt water.

The final successful project was the ‘Foryd Harbour Public Square and Quay Wall’ for Dawnus Construction that was part of the continued Harbour regeneration in a deprived area of Rhyl. The works Coatech carried out as part of this phase of the project involved 1000 m² of Resin Bonded Surfacing works to the square surrounding a new visitors centre, café and Harbour Masters Office. The project has brought a new lease of life to the area, and is now enjoyed by locals and visitors alike.


For more information on these projects, please visit:
www.ice.org.uk/near-you/uk/wales/awards/project-awards



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