Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park 2012 to 2018
A Somber World War I Memorial in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Seeks to Finally Lay the Fallen to Rest – Image by The New York Times.
We won the Contract as Main Contractor for the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park Parkwide Resurfacing in 2015. This was part of the regeneration of the original Olympic Site in London. Since then we have completed many areas within the park with Resin Bound and Resin Bonded, and is still ongoing.
We been working on the Olympics since 2012 for the original surfacing of the park ready for the Olympic Games. Since 2012 we have were asked to come back and planing off the existing surfacing and replacing it with approximately 13,000 m2 of CCE Resinset ‘Olympic Gold’ resin Bound surfacing, along the paths and bridges on the Park. We are also installing more ducting for new CCTV cameras, around the Park.
CCE Surfacing are proud to be a part of the transformation of the ‘East Village’ and ‘South Plaza’ at the Olympic site, laying more Resin Surfacing.
We have been working continuously since the Olympics last year, laying resin surfacing throughout the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park (London Olympic Regeneration Project).
Since we started working at the QEOP in 2013, we have come across some of the worst weather we have seen in years.
Despite flooding, heavy rain, high winds and severe temperatures, CCE Surfacing have managed to lay more than 120,000 m2 of resin bonded, resin bound and rubber crumb to date.
Our operatives have worked continuously, 7 days a week, since the start of the year, to keep up with the works involved on the various sites.
We have built an enviable reputation over the years, and are particularly proud of fulfilling projects, on time (where the surface has been prepared and is ready for us to proceed) and within budget, despite one of the wettest winters in history.