RonaDeck Resin Bonded Surfacing has been installed at Cemaes Bay, Anglesey as part of a large development project.
The development at Cemaes Bay is being undertaken as part of the County Council’s £6.9m Development of Anglesey’s Coastal Environment Project (2009 -15) which aims to develop on-shore and off-shore facilities to maximise economic benefits and impacts from the coastline of Anglesey.
As part of the Development of Anglesey’s Coastal Environment Project MWT Civil Engineering were contracted to create an ‘access for all beach’. The work involved resurfacing the area, improving access to the beach and installing new street furniture.
RonaDeck Resin Bonded Surfacing was specified for the resurfaced areas with a 1-3mm Brittany Bronze aggregate. MWT Civil Engineering excavated the area prior to laying the asphalt base on which the resin bonded surfacing was applied.
The new beach access is likely to attract many visitors annually and because of its proximity to the sea will frequently become wet, it was therefore necessary for any paving used to be slip-resistant and durable.