When Solihull Borough Council was looking for a block paving system for the refurbishment of Hurst Lane Place, they sought a solution that would meet both the aesthetics and performance of the busy urban site. Solihull Borough Council also had also had a demanding schedule for the project, and required block paving that could be delivered without a lengthy lead time.
The scheme addressed a number of issues; to improve road safety, provide additional and improved on-street parking, make the area more convenient and accessible for pedestrians, and enhance the appearance of the streets.
Tobermore Fusion block paving system
Tobermore presented a variety of product offerings and the council was particularly impressed with Tobermore’s Fusion block paving with its striking granite aggregate surface. Fusion was specified in the sparkling tones of Silver, Mid Grey and Graphite.
The products were installed in a random colour laying pattern, creating a unique, stylish and contemporary landscape.
Chris noted that Tobermore’s “minimal lead times for delivery” and “availability of stock at all times” surpassed the council’s expectations.