Waverton, on the outskirts of Chester, realised the need for an all-user multi-wheeled facility for their community. After securing funding in 2019 and approaching potential suppliers for their thoughts and proposals,Clark & Kent Contractors won the tender evaluated on quality, cost efficiency, design and consultation.
We started work at the Cheshire site and tool six weeks until completion. The site is subject to a high water table, and the project required an extensive drainage system. Special consideration was given to this and the long and tight access around a playground and a football pitch.
Scope of pump track works included:
Site measure and mark out.
Complete remodelling of the landscape to the chosen design.
Placement and compaction of materials.
Full turf landscaping scheme.
Thermoplastic track marking scheme.
The track was set in a perfect location just next to the playground and football pitch, giving parents and users clear sightlines to enjoy all the facilities in the park.
The all-weather tarmac surface has many inclusive yet progressive features that will keep all users entertained for years to come, from beginners and experts.
Waverton is in a very rural area stooped in history of name changes and expansion in the late 20th century is better known for the village football team, AFC Waverton, which competes in both the Chester and Ellesmere Port Junior Football Leagues.