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Connor Specialist Paving

A highly respected contractor offering our services throughout the UK and Ireland, with over 10 years experience in the use of specialised cold applied resins, and over 30 years in the civil and ground working construction industry. We are a authorised Stirling Lloyd installer for all safetrack and hw systems

A highly respected contractor offering our services throughout the UK and Ireland, with over 10 years experience in the use of specialised cold applied resins, and over 30 years in the civil and ground working construction industry. We are interested in tendering for works involving: road surfacing; groundwork and utilities ducting; demarcation; decorative areas; cycle lanes; bond and resin bound stone.

Connor Specialist Paving is an authorised and approved contractor for Stirling Lloyd, we use cold applied, high friction, anti skid resins of the highest quality these include HW and safe track which have a quality control procedure throughout the application. The fast drying time of these resins ensures the area to be back in public use within hours. The resins are suitable for the most difficult of surfaces and the busiest of areas, all our works carry a guarantee and offer an alternative and longer lasting solution to tarmac etc.

We have currently developed patent registered for an alternative to the tac-tiles used at pedestrian crossings and hope this will be an alternative for network rail etc to use on their platforms as this can be laid over existing surfaces with no excavation required, no jointing, rapid installation and will be superior to the current methods, we are happy to offer free trial areas.

Our portfolio includes the resurfacing of the pedestrian walkways/ Joe Mercer Way at Man City ground, bus stops and tram warning signs for Blackpool Council, demarcation for Altrincham shopping centre, a 4 year contract with Aggregate Industries and the resurfacing of a bridge and pedestrian walkways for Mersey rail and Network rail where they had major problems finding a suitable material to use on a heavy usage area within a 6hour deadline...... the SC resin solved the problem within the timescales.

Andrew Connor is the owner of Connor Specialist Paving, based in N.E.Lancashire. He has 30 years experience in civils with 10 years as a Senior Site Agent for Tarmac Civils in the North West and Ireland. He started Connor Specialist Paving in 2006 and became an authorised contractor for Stirling Lloyd specialising in quality cold applied resins to find a longer lasting alternative to other methods. With his leadership, expertise and knowledge we can find and offer a solution to the most difficult of road surfacing problems. Connor Specialist Paving will also launching a new MMA pothole repair at TRAFFEX 2017

At Connor Specialist Paving we take pride in getting the job done to the clients utmost satisfaction, within allotted timescales and with Health and Safety paramount to our business. All our personnel are trained and hold valid CSCS card and are covered by Street works Act qualification.

Contact Details

Andrew Connor +44 07870375591 http://www.connorspecialistpaving.com

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MMA CONTINUOUS TACTILE PAVING COMMISSIONED BY BLACKPOOL COUNCIL

Supplied and laid MMA continuous tactile paving on the promenade works for Blackpool Council and N Vision using our new system for tactiles. My new design which is registered at Gov.uk and patent registered This is not a stick on tactile nor is it a flag or tile. There is no excavation, cutting, trips or joints and is laid in a continuous surface following the contours of the existing surface on a modular, rigid or flexible surface. The result of this innovative design is a professional, hard wearing tactile which will not subside or crack, it is easy to lay with a minimum of work force and Chapter 8 needed, no heavy plant is required. The area is back in public use within hours and safer for use in sensitive public areas.

The shopping centres are changing with no kerbing being laid and therefore the distinction between kerb and road is lost. How safe is that for the visually impaired ?..... I am certain that this system will become the norm for the laying of tactiles and due to its effectiveness will be used in more areas than at present ie to warn the visual impaired of any upcoming hazards with a minimum of disruption to the existing surface.