Total Protection GB Ltd execute the overall finish for the prestigious Hythe Imperial project nicely with seamless Resin Bound Gravel
Total Protection GB Ltd were delighted to be awarded the works to carry out the Macadam and Resin Bound Gravel to the Hythe Imperial Hotel in the beautiful seaside town of Hythe, Kent.
This private housing estate development is located within the revamped 19th century hotel grounds, including 3 to 4 bedroom, contemporary style homes overlooking the beach and eye pleasing nine hole golf course. And also includes a stunning hotel garden, which is frequently used for admired occasions such as weddings.
Total Protection were selected to apply Resin Bound Gravel to the access road and driveways of the new dwellings. ‘6mm Trent’ was the selected colour blend and was applied to a combined area size of 1,665m2.
A total of 445m2 was laid to the pathways of the enchanting garden, and it was completed over five, non -consecutive days including the installation of the Macadam.
The colour blend chosen for the pathways was a natural 6mm ‘Rhine Gold’ blend laid at a depth of 16mm which ties in nicely with the natural features of the garden.
The client was over joyed with the finished result ‘Very good team. Thank you!’
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