The Provision of a new platform surface to replace end of life wooden boards at Bramley Station.
The Provision of a new platform surface to replace end of life wooden boards at Bramley Station
The scope of these works included the replacement of the existing wooden platform deck which was failing, with a new hybrid GRP platform. The old surface had been patched repaired on numerous occasions using Evergrip GRP Platform Repair Boards.
The standard EverDeck fibreglass composite panel thickness runs from 25mm up to 50mm. However, with Bramley Station there was an issue with gauging, so Evergrip produced a hybrid decking panel to raise the platform by approximately 20mm. Completed photo shows the platform on a winter’s day with a liberal application of rock salt.
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27th March 2020
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