Canning Bridge Cycleway
ANTISKID AT WORK
- Safe and Vivid Coloured Shared Pathway for Bicycle and Pedestrian Traffic
- Slip Resistant Surfacing System, Low Maintenance
The City of Melville was undertaking a major refresh of a shared footpath approaching and under Canning Bridge. The area is located in font of Raffles Hotel and is an essential path for pedestrians and bike riders. The path needed to be aesthetically attractive but also provide good slip resistance. Antiskid’s expert staff liaised closely with the staff of City of Melville including Engineering and Design to provide a solution.
Antiskid Industries recommended installing the OMNIGRIP CST Surfacing System to the existing shared pathway. CST is not only economical and ensures optimum safety for users but is also aesthetically pleasing, and in harmony with the surrounding environment.
The team at Antiskid worked with the head contractors during all works to ensure that disruption for users was kept to a minimum. Then the coloured areas were marked out and colours applied followed by the UV Sealer to promote long design life and assist in maintaining the cleanliness of the installation.
This solution is low maintenance and will continue to be a dynamic feature for many years to come with minimum maintenance requirements for the City of Melville. All told, an outstanding solution.
- OMNINIGRIP CST
- Date: February, 2020
- Location: Canning Bridge, Applecross, WA
- Contractors: Advanteering
- Contractor: Antiskid Industries
- Product Supplier: Omnicrete Australia