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St. John’s School, York, England
A 40-week construction project taking place at St. John’s School, York, meant that the existing student footpath would be out of use.
The School wanted to create a temporary, alternative route for the children to use around the nearby cricket pitch.
The solution needed to be safe, functional and aesthetically pleasing.
After consultation with the Ground-Guards’ team, FastCover was chosen as the ideal solution for this job.
Made from strong 100% recycled PVC, FastCover provides a durable, anti-slip surface at an economical price.
The tiles have integral interlocking lips to enable smooth joins without trip hazards, whilst edging ramps provide a gentle transition to ground level.
FastCover is flexible to follow ground contours.
250 FastCover tiles were used to create a visually attractive 100 metre walkway, providing the school children with a safe access route across the cricket outfield.
This enabled the School to operate ‘business as usual’ whilst the construction work took place.