Eye Institute
Car Park Trafficable System

Eye Clinic 123 Remuera Road

ArchitectArchimedia
ContractorWatts & Hughes construction
Size 460m2
Year2014

Scope

The client was looking for a robust system that would protect the expensive cars that use his eye clinic. The product had to be durable, strong and flexible enough to handle some movement.  Also a concrete wear slab was the preferred choice of finishes to take car traffic.

Solution

As the project would be staged to allow construction to progress a 2x10mm of Pacoflex Mastic Asphalt was selected as the perfect solution due to its fluidity and ability to easily join this product at a later stage.

Asphaltech and their qualified tradesmen worked on this project with limited space and movement during the later stages of the construction project. Due to tight dedlines once again the finished waterproofing was loaded with tonnes of product to complete the project.

A complete QA package was handed over to the client at the end of the project showing sign off sheets and pictures during construction.

"George Griffiths personally supervises his small team, who all work to highly professional standards ensuring that the exacting detailing required by the Museum's heritage architects is always met or exceeded. "
JOHN GLEN, Auckland Museum Facilities Manager // AUCKLAND WAR MEMORIAL MUSEUM
"Mastic asphalt has a long life span of 60 years (source RICS). Fully recyclable, it has a low impact on the environment. Benefits of mastic asphalt are its durable, waterproof, voidless and self compacting."
Pure Asphalt Company Limited – UK