New concourse for the Olympic Velodrome

Central Flooring Services has just completed a 600m2 concourse at the Olympic Park Velodrome. The specification called for the grinding of the existing concrete followed by the installation of a new resin flooring system with high durability and aesthetics.

A part of the legacy work to convert the Olympic Park into the Queen Elizabeth park, Central Flooring Services has installed a 600m2 resin flooring system to the concourse. Once the existing concrete floor had been fully ground and vacuumed all cracks and chips were repaired with an epoxy repair mortar and then coated with two coats of Sika 264 epoxy high build coating. To provide excellent durability and a high aesthetic look a further clear matt coat of Sika 365N was applied. The legacy committee, which is overseen by Lord Coe and the Mayor of London, worked with Central Flooring Services for the product and colour choice and were responsible for inspecting the project for signing off, so it was critical for the job to be of a high standard. A full ITP (inspection and testing programme) quality procedure was produced to ensure the completed project was handed over to a completely satisfied client with no defects.