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Wet & Wild in the West Country
Charles Lawrence Surfaces have battled with the elements in storm battered and beleaguered Penzance.
Charles Lawrence’s Newest Contracts Manager Scores at Redheugh F.C
Charles Lawrence Surfaces have successfully completed their 10th artificial pitch delivered under the prestigious F.A./R.F.U. framework agreement.
Top of the Tree at Cedars
Leighton Buzzard now boasts a state of the art 3G football pitch recently opened at The Cedars Upper School. The new facility has been constructed under the FA-FF-RFU AGP framework agreement and is the culmination of a lot of hard work and dedication by the School, its supporting partners and the Football Foundation.
Groundhog Days at Gloucester
With echoes of the early nineties ringing in their ears and Nirvana, the Pet Shop Boys and Vanilla Ice still playing out on their car cassette players, the team from Charles Lawrence Surfaces returned to Gloucester to revisit and reconstruct two of their original installations of 1990 and 1993.
Future Foxes Train on new Charles Lawrence Pitches
Charles Lawrence Surfaces have recently completed a half million pound redevelopment at the Leicester City F.C. Training Centre.
CLS Go for Gold
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.
CLS Achieve a 1st at Oxford
Charles Lawrence Surfaces have completed a magnificent set of sports facilities at the newly rebuilt Oxford Academy. The £850,000 scheme includes a full size floodlit sand dressed pitch, five multi use areas and an indoor 3G pitch enclosed by a 55m x 35m portal frame structure.
Success at the Commonwealth Youth Games
In early 2011 Charles Lawrence Surfaces successfully won the bidding process for the supply and installation of the main playing surface for the Isle of Man Commonwealth Youth Games 2011. The 9,500 square metre facility was to form the lead venue and centrepiece to the games and was also to host the international rugby tournament which formed part of the programme of events.
Paving the Way Ahead
Woodholme Construction Services, the in house civil engineering division of Charles Lawrence Surfaces, have taken delivery of two new asphalt paving machines, a wheeled CAT AP500 and a tracked VOLVO ABG 6820.
Man Versus Machine
British Olympic sprinter Mark Lewis-Francis took part in a head to head battle with a BMW on a temporary track provided by Charles Lawrence Surfaces.