Royal Hospital Chelsea

Royal Hospital Chelsea

 

CCE Surfacing were highly delighted to be asked by Mark Gibbs, of Gibbs Surfacing Limited, Swindon, to get involved with the surfacing works to “Figure Court”.  This is one of the oldest and most prominent areas of the Royal Hospital.  ‘Figure Court’ is where the golden statue of King Charles II stands proud, hence the name.

The clients ‘Norland Managed Services’ had seen the pathways that CCE Surfacing had installed at North and South Gardens in Cadogan Square, London and wanted the same high quality product and finish to be installed at the the Royal Hospital.

CCE Surfacing installed the resin bound aggregate.  Work ran smoothly, with our experienced crews’ professional approach.  When completed , the Clients was delighted  and everyone agreed that the new surface looked fantastic.  It would require minimal maintenance, with  just an occasional sweep when required.

CCE Surfacing would like to thank Gibbs Surfacing and Norlands Managed Services for the opportunity of working for the wonderful institution that is the Royal Hospital.

Our crews would also like to say thank you to the Lord Lieutenant, who invited the lads to share breakfast with the Pensioners in the Great Hall.  It was an honour and will be remembered for years to come.  We look forward to returning to undertake further works in the near future.

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