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With an annual footfall of more than 30 million, Grafton Street plays a key role in attracting shoppers and visitors to the city centre. The colour palette used will be similar to that used in the O’Connell Street and Henry Street repaving schemes. This will help create a noticeable ‘civic spine’ between Parnell Square and Saint Stephens Green. The carriageway granite is laid on a 50mm compacted bed of BS7533 Compliant Kilsaran Streetscape High Strength Bedding Concrete (HSBC). Kilsaran Priming Slurry is used on the Granite units to achieve the strict adhesion requirements as set out in BS7533 Parts 7&12. The 10mm Wide Joints are filled with Kilsaran Rapid Set Jointing Mortar. The footway’s which will not receive commercial traffic are laid on a mortar bed of Kilsaran 3:1 Sand&Cement at 30mm compacted depth.The Joints are also filled with Kilsaran Rapid Set Jointing Mortar. There are two electrical powered Silo’s located nearby with Storage of up to 33 tonnes of the HSBC and 3:1 Sand&Cement in each. A small teleporter is used to transport the bedding materials to site on demand which cuts down on site mixing and reducing therefore dust and noise pollution.
Dublin’s newest bridge, the Rosie Hackett bridge which spans the River Liffey is benefitting from the technical and aesthetic qualities of Kilsaran International. Kilsaran are delighted to have...Find Out More