GF30 tiles were used to create a 5000m2, porous, aggregate-paved surface for a permanent car park at the new Churchill Hospital.

The scheme used a light-coloured aggregate as infill and contrasting plastic demarcation blocks to create parking bays and traffic routes.

The existing temporary stone surface was graded as it was particularly rough and hazardous to pedestrian traffic, and sand blinded before the GF30 tiles were installed.

The use of the lightweight GF30 tiles proved to be far more economical than alternative concrete systems, due to the rapid installation achieved by the contractor.


GF30 tiles were used to create a 5000m2, porous, aggregate-paved surface for a permanent car park at the new Churchill Hospital.

The scheme used a light-coloured aggregate as infill and contrasting plastic demarcation blocks to create parking bays and traffic routes.

The existing temporary stone surface was graded as it was particularly rough and hazardous to pedestrian traffic, and sand blinded before the GF30 tiles were installed.

The use of the lightweight GF30 tiles proved to be far more economical than alternative concrete systems, due to the rapid installation achieved by the contractor.


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