RTC Safety Surfaces was asked to recreate the Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier in wet pour safety surfacing for Fleet Air Arm Museum, on behalf of Proludic.
RTC spent five days in Somerset installing over 150m² of wet pour in their new play area. As the museum is based near the busiest military air station in Europe, RTC's team had a good chance of seeing military planes taking to the sky, as they carefully installed the wet pour surfacing.
RTC created a grey F35 Stealth Jet and also installed lines in white and red within the black surface to mimic the design on the flight deck of an aircraft carrier.
As well as the wet pour safety surface, the team also installed resin bound rubber mulch around three slides in the play area, to ensure the children would be safe as they played.
The children could also enjoy 6 pieces of bespoke play equipment that fitted in with the aircraft carrier theme, along with other play pieces and a picnic area for museum visitors to enjoy.