SURFACING | LINE MARKING
OUTCO was asked by Premier Inn to restore a number of their sites particularly in the south. Premier Inn Luton situated one mile from Luton Airport was in desperate need of restoration. Large pot holes and surface de-lamination had occurred at the entrance to the hotel and restaurant causing potential tripping hazards and a greater possibility of damage to vehicles.
The site in Luton required resurfacing and fresh lining to an area over 2,500m², this popular chain of hotel also included a Beefeater restaurant on site, both hotel and restaurant would remain open during the works with visitors and customers requiring access to both buildings. As both would remain open areas of parking required to remain accessible ensuring sufficient parking for visitors to both the hotel and restaurant.
Working in collaboration with Premier Inn the maintenance team ensured the site was prepared for resurfacing by cutting back bushes and low hanging trees. Due to the requirement of the site needing to remain open during these works, OUTCO phased the project over two phases taking two days.
Each phase ensured enough parking would remain open with the second-day closure reopening the works completed on day one. Each phase was planed, resurfaced, relined and open within 24 hours. With tricky tight corners and a bend in the road, this was a challenging site that required planning to ensure efficiency.
Completing the project with thermoplastic line marking the site was handed back to the client to schedule.