Buscot Park Project
Tuesday, January 10, 2012
RDL was approached early in 2011 regarding the refurbishment of Buscot Park’s famous Peto water garden feature (Grade II listing) consisting of series of formal ornamental ponds, weirs, cascades and canals.
The design brief was to install a suitable liner ensuring it terminated at water level to avoid covering the original stone features. The shape and size (135m long) of the water feature meant that the liner would have to be completely fabricated onsite to ensure a perfect fit. It was decided the most suitable material for the liner to be used was 1.2mm Flagon GeoP TPO membrane with 400g/m2 protective geotextile underlay.
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