When Albert Browne Ltd in Leicester required their warehouse floor to be refurbished, IRL were pleased to be awarded the Contract.
The 860 square metre concrete floor was prepared by vacuum shot blasting and lightly abrading, Sikafloor 264 High Build Epoxy Resin Flooring was applied followed by Line Marking in contrasting colours to designated walk ways. All works were completed within the scheduled time scale and finished to a very high standard.
When Lafarge Cement Works in Hope, Derbyshire wanted a heavy duty durable floor finish the project was placed with IRL. Volker Stevin, Main Contractor selected IRL beacause of their previous references and expertise with Remmers Materials.
The ideal solution was Remmers 6mm floormix polyurethane floor screed, which is a coloured decorative aggregate, epoxy resin flooring combination especially developed to be a very hard wearing, easily cleaned waterproof finished floor.
Lafarge and Volker Stevin were thrilled with the results and that IRL achieved all expectations.
We were delighted when we were awarded by CPL Interiors a project at the Sports Technology Institute at Loughborough University.
The original Polymer Screed was vacuum shot blasted and lightly abraded followed by Remmers Flake System coated with Arti-Top Matt (M) Plus to give a superior finish.
The client was very impressed with the overall decorative finish.
IRL Group were involved in the development of a line marking project at Sainsbury's car park at Merry Hill shopping centre in Brierly Hill which comprised of 9000m2 of top deck treatment. Due to a failure the existing system was removed and a Sika waterproof membrane applied, with parking areas being colour coded in green, traffic asiles in grey and contrasting shades for directional line markings and associated symbols. The main contractor for the duration of the project was Everlast Waterproofing of Leeds.
IRL jumped at the chance when given the opportunity to work on another great project for Network Rail, the works were to the Pedestrian Walkway to Rugby Station. The project comprised of preparation by a suitable combination of Vacuum blasting containing all dust and debris in sealed containers. The main system consisted of using BASF Conideck. On completion Adhesion slip resistant tests were carried out both acheieving high standards.
We were pleased to be involved in the refurbishment to the shower blocks at HM Prison Nottingham. Awarded the project by Smallman and Sons, we created falls to all shower areas using Sika PurCem 20 - a water based a high strength coloured polyurethane floor screed with the intention of resolving any lying water problems within the shower areas.
All works were completed within the scheduled time scale and finished to a very high standard.