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New Stadium for Leatherhead Youth FC

14th April 2016

We have enjoyed a major role in the new development at River Lane, constructing both the artificial pitch and stadium infrastructure. The principal feature is the 7420m2 3G football turf pitch for which 50mm Prestige XM6 artificial turf with a 25mm E-layer shockpad was selected as the surfacing system. This has been supplemented by two […]...

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Team News Spring 2016

14th April 2016

Ben O’Connor – Estimator Ben has successfully completed an intensive training programme called ‘Designing SuDS (Sustainable Drainage Systems)’ run by CIRIA – the Construction Industry Research and Information Association. SuDS make a vital contribution to managing local flood risk and water quality as...

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Latest Projects Spring 2016

14th April 2016

A pitch for all seasons Over the last six months we have delivered over fifty major artificial turf pitch projects ranging from full new build construction through to re-engineered and refurbished existing facilities. The following are just a few examples of our work. South Bromsgrove High School We’ve been building...

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University of Kent invests in a new 3G pitch

14th April 2016

As part of an on-going programme of expanding its sports facilities, the University of Kent has commissioned S&C Slatter to build a truly exceptional new 3G artificial turf sports pitch. Situated at the University Sports Centre in Canterbury, the 127m x 80m pitch provides students with even more opportunity to...

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There’s way more to SuDS than plastic crates

12th April 2016

The first thing that surprised our colleague Ben O’Connor when he recently attended a Sustainable Drainage Systems (SuDS) training programme was that that the vast major of delegates were from local council planning departments. He was pretty much the only “contractor”. Does that mean the contracting sector at...

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