Charles Lawrence Surfaces have recently completed the refurbishment of two London athletics tracks used as official training venues for the 2012 Olympics.
The tracks utilise two different surface types, a 'fast' pre-fabricated surface replicating that used at the main Olympic Park for both able bodied athletes and paralympians, and a slightly softer insitu track more suited to distance training.
Both projects were secured after a rigorous tender procedure and it goes without saying that quality of product and delivery were paramount. We are pleased to report that all the final surfaces passed their performance tests with flying colours.
Charles Lawrence Surfaces civil engineering division Woodholme Construction undertook the base constructions and macadam surfacing using the same skilled workforce and laser controlled equipment utilised in all our sports contracts. We are pleased to say that the project was successfully completed on time, passing all it's rigorous control tests.
Charles Lawrence Surfaces were also responsible for originally constructing, and more recently refurbishing the track facilities at Lea Valley in readiness for the Olympics.