Decking on the menu at Nando’s in Aberdeen

Decking on the menu at Nando’s in Aberdeen

Decking was identified as a material that would add to the ambiance of eating outside Nando’s in Aberdeen. Its use also fitted in with the surroundings of the Academy and the fact that neighbouring restaurant Wagamama also had decking for its outside dining area.

More than 1,000 metres of 145mm x 34mm thick JB CitiDeck® anti-slip decking was installed to create a smooth 150 square metre platform for Nando’s diners.

JB CitiDeck® was originally developed for use at the Olympic Park and is now specified for many urban applications, from schools and hospitals to housing developments and restaurants, because of its smooth, anti-slip properties.

Why JB CitiDeck®?

Being open to the elements, the choice of surface treatment had to be weather resistant and safe for pedestrians, wheelchairs, pushchairs and the less mobile. JB CitiDeck® is a smooth profile non-slip timber deck board designed for use in urban environments where inclusivity and accessibility are essential. JB CitiDeck® features two non-slip inserts with a white-coloured aggregate that provides both a practical benefit and an attractive appearance.

The decking for Nando’s in Aberdeen was treated to Use Class 3 (UC3) MicroPro®. It can also be supplied treated to UC4 (Naturewood®) to suit individual project requirements.

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