Addagrip’s decorative Stonebound resin bound permeable paving has been chosen to create new resin paths for the Royal Marines memorial garden in Southsea, Portsmouth.
The Memorial garden is located at the east end of the former Parade Ground and contains dedications, statues and memorials. The site was formerly the Royal Marines Museum and the Garden of remembrance with a main dedication stone was formerly opened in May 1995 at a ceremony attended by His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh.
The existing pathways were in need of renovation and Addagrip approved contractor Triagg Ltd was invited to carry out the installation of a decorative resin bound permeable paving to rejuvenate the walkways around the central dedication stone.
A Stonebound resin bound porous system was installed to create natural aggregate paths and seating are surfacing offering a low maintenance, seamless finish with good slip resistance and excellent porosity. A warm buff colour 6mm Bark Wood blend was chosen for this historic setting, ensuring a welcoming garden for remembrance and contemplation and remind the visitor of Portsmouth’s military past.
The renovation was completed in May 2022.