Innovation

Leading the way with innovative surfacing solutions

We have been manufacturing and formulating resin based surfacing solutions since 1980 and pride ourselves in being at the forefront of research and development in creating new products to meet customer needs.

Environmental considerations are important to us, as is our ongoing programme of research and development which is continually striving to develop a product range to meet eco requirements. We provide innovative, environmentally friendly products and solutions aimed at adding value, saving resources and enhancing customer satisfaction.

Innovation in Action

  • Terrabound resin bound for commercial projects
    In 2009, we introduced our commercial grade non UV Terrabound resin bound surfacing for the larger commercial schemes to offer a more cost effective paving option using darker aggregate blends.
  • Addabound resin bound with recycled content
    In 2010 we responded to the growing demand for surfacing products with recycled materials by introducing Addabound retains all the features of Resin Bound paving with the added benefit of a minimum recycled content of 25%. The finished surface is a seamless bound paving system which is flexible, porous & perfect for both domestic and commercial use.
  • Terrabase ‘no-dig’ resin bound system
    In 2014 we introduced Terrabase Rustic, an innovative porous Resin Bound porous surfacing system designed to give a natural rustic appearance to paths and driveways. The patented product does not require a concrete or asphalt base making it the perfect ‘no-dig’ resin bound surfacing solution for sensitive sites and those requiring a non-invasive base.
  • BBA
  • In 2016 we successfully submitted our Addaset, Addabound and Terrabound resin bound surfacing systems for BBA approval
  • EPD
    In 2018 we obtained an EPD BRE approval for Addaset, Addabound, Terrabound and Terrabase Rustic.

We are currently working on improving our existing product range and developing new innovative surfacing solutions which will be introduced in 2021.