Newcastle under Lyme Borough Council secured funding and raised a tender to build a new multi-wheeled facility near our home city of Stoke on Trent. We won the tender on quality, cost, experience, and a strong list of National Health and Safety accreditations such as CHAS, Construction line, and Acclaim.
We put forward the most economically advantageous tender return, showing our experience and professionalism in building these types of projects, coupled with our enthusiasm to give something back to our local community.
We undertook the Kidsgrove pump track build in the summer of 2021. Initial consultation was undertaken with some design adjustments to included added extras and additional loops. The project was a six-week programme and included:
Fencing and securing the site.
Installing control measures, safety signage and public information notices.
Tree protection and root protection measures.
Marking and setting out.
Site stripping and clearance.
Chiney Park, off Newchapel Road, is our home track, and we are very proud to have been able to create a multi-wheeled facility of this size and scale just a short drive from home. With added options for expert-level riders, it gives this inclusive facility an additional twist. Another great track for the portfolio demonstrates why we hold the prestigious title of the best in the business.