The durability and finished appearance of forecourt paving for petrol stations is a key factor for petrol suppliers in creating an aesthetically pleasing environment for refueling and convenience shopping to their motor vehicle customers. Contractors for the Caltex garage project in Marshall Street, Polokwane, Legoya Development, chose Technicrete kerbing, Double Zig Zag (DZZ) paving as well as BondBrick pavers for this project.
Technicrete ISG Sales Consultant, Hendrik Steenkamp, said “Technicrete has paved many fuel stations and car showrooms over the years. I believe that our DZZ’s offer the best in quality and the durability required by these high volume traffic zones. Our BondBrick, in particular, offers a variety of thicknesses that will ensure longevity to the commercial development requirement.”
“Technicrete ISG supplied 800 Fig 7 semi mountable kerb blocks; 2400 m2 of 80 mm DZZ’s and 300 m2 of bond brick pavers for the Caltex garage development. Legoya has partnered with Technicrete ISG on a few projects and found their delivery reliable and their pricing competitive” said Wouter Chalmers, Owner of Legoya Development.
The Technicrete BondBrick is suitable for the paving of petrol station forecourts, industrial and factory roads and municipal parking areas, and offers developers an economic and durable option. The Technicrete DZZ interlocking pavers form a hard wearing overlay surface which have proved their longevity at many high volume vehicle or foot traffic outlets. Not only suited to petrol station forecourts, they have been successfully installed at shopping malls, road extensions, industrial and commercial business parks, as well as local governmental infrastructure upgrades such as pedestrian walkways in Polokwane. The paving has also been installed in sectional title complexes where it has been found to be a more affordable and longer lasting option to re-tarring driveways.
Technicrete ISG is part of the IS Group which also comprises Rocla and Ocon Brick.