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"Stockton Wharf Project"

A walkway ramp that required the "welling" to certer of the Aluminium decking plates to be levelled (it was required that the levelling compound be flexible enough and yet hard enough to resist indentation by heavy commercial traffic), Australian made "Comcork" AquaDeck was installed to the main area of the walkway with two yellow safety indicators either end on walkway. Project undertaken by "IM Engineering".

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Some of the Special, flexible levelling compounds used.

Freshly laid Special levelling compound used on Aluminium or Steel substrate.

The levelling compound after setting overnight, looking from the Wharf end.
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Setting out the Comcork
AquaDeck ready to glue.

The finished walkway with a yellow
Comcork safety indicator.

Side view of the walkway.

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Laying of the cement levelling compound
prior to installation of hazard indicator.

The hazard indicator installed flush to the Wharf surface.

Floating in the pontoon on high tide, the
walkway will span over too the barge.

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The walkway was craned in and is now spanned across to the pontoon.

 

On high tide, looking from the pontoon,
back to the Wharf.

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