Ronacrete Approved Contractor Avalon Surfacing has transformed the promenade and village green footpaths at Westward Ho! seafront by laying RonaDeck Resin Bound Surfacing, part of a refurbishment project by Torridge District Council.
The promenade was surfaced with RonaDeck Resin Bound Surfacing in two specially mixed colour blens - a golden aggregate covering 636 square metres and a further 668 square metres of a yellow aggregate surfacing was laid to the village green footpaths.
When Avalon Surfacing were approached by Torridge District Council for samples of aggregate mixes and costings for the project, Avalon Surfacing turned to Ronacrete for assistance.
“Ronacrete responded quickly providing us with samples of colour blends to match the council’s requirements and the competitive pricing ensured we won the contract.”, Chris Masters, Avalon Surfacing
The brief from the council was to give ‘a modern new finish to the promenade and footpaths to replace the tired grey tarmac that had been there for many years’