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The History of Resiblock

The history of Resiblock takes us back to 1993, when the company was first created and incorporated by Chairman Craig Amor.

During the late 1980’s Resiblock charged itself with the task of formulating a range of specialist pre-polymer urethanes (SPPU’s) suitable for use with small element flexibly laid paving. The design emphasis focused on ensuring that the stabilised sand filled joint remained flexible whilst not adversely affecting the skid resistance value of the paved area.

Following significant success with its original formulations, incorporation as a limited company in England and Wales followed in 1993. At this time a Sales and Administration office was founded in Essex with its manufacturing base at its plant in Lancashire.

Small element flexibly laid paving is strong, durable and cost effective and will provide throughout its lifetime a serviceable, low maintenance paved area, whether pedestrianised or heavily trafficked. Of the small percentage of areas that fail, the cause of such failures can be pinpointed, ranging from poor construction to inappropriate reinstatement methods; significantly, loss of jointing sand as a direct result of the designer not taking into account both the natural and manmade erosion forces to which the sand filled joint will be subjected. Where accelerated joint stabilisation has been included both in design and implemented upon construction, a significant proportion of failures have been avoided, resulting in the enhancement and reinforcement of the reputation of such paved areas and ultimately serving to increase sales of flexibly laid paving.

Since its inception, Resiblock Limited has been dedicated to providing solutions for stabilising small element flexibly laid paving with projects both in the UK and worldwide, with pavements having benefited from accelerated joint stabilisation for well over a decade without sand erosion or maintenance issues. These range from heavy duty pavements at aircraft aprons and ports to pedestrianised areas. Landmark projects include in conjunction with Marshalls, the Disney, Lan Tau Island, Penny’s Bay project at 85,000m2, the 465,000m2 Transhipment Port in Salalah Oman (stabilised 1998), the resealing of Chek Lap Kok Airport, Hong Kong (2004, ongoing, due to the locally sourced sealant installed upon original construction failing).

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