Hambley's IGA/Tavern, across the road from Queens Park train station, was a 30 year old asphalt car park that had deteriorated in areas and needed constant pothole repairs.
We completed a free measure and quote and proposed removing two large failed sections and completely resurfaced the whole car park.
We also replaced a damaged soakwell lid, reinstated baseworks and removed sections of failed kerbing.
IGA owner, Alwyn Hambley, contacted us after he concluded that it was time to resurface the car park rather than simply repairing potholes. We completed the job with minimal fuss and on a schedule that suited the business and their customers.
The car park before the repairs had a number of potholes and drainage issues as a result
This photo shows the deteriorated soakwell lid and numerous pothole repairs prior to work commencing
Our team worked on the original gravel material in preparation for additional baseworks
Our team replaced the soakwell lid as the old one had deteriorated.
New roadbase was added to the existing base materials. We compacted and waterbound the roadbase to create a surface that ensures water drains to the new soakwell.
We completed the car park in two visits (as indicated by the traffic cones), to minimise inconvenience to customers and business owners.
The first half of the carpark completed and linemarked with parking available with our asphalt crew working on the second half of the carpark as planned in the background