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Botanic Gardens Bristol

The existing concrete structure had cracked and the pond was leaking. RDL were contracted to install a pond liner into this awkward shaped, narrow, shallow pond with sloping sides, which formed part a lake flowing into two water features.
A 400g/m2 geotextile protective underlay was installed to level the area making it look flat and smooth as well as to protect the liner during and after installation. 
A chase was cut into the concrete 200mm from the edge and below the water line. Metal flashing strips were riveted into which the membrane was attached.
Pond with installed pond liner. Flagon GeoP 1.2mm TPO membrane was cut and shaped on site to custom-fit the shape of the pond.
Pond liner installed.
 
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Pond Liner Installation at Botanic Gardens

Russetts Developments were contracted to repair a leaking pond which formed part a lake flowing into two water features located in the Botanic Gardens at the University of Bristol. 

Part of this lake includes a pond for aquatic and bog plants. The existing concrete structure had cracked and the pond was leaking therefore was in need of re-lining.  This was achieved by first lining with 400g/m2 geotextile to protect the liner during installation and then installing Flagon GeoP 1.2mm TPO pond liner membrane.