Posted: Fri, 20 Jan 2012 11:03
LAMMA 2012 - UK's leading Agricultural Machinery, Equipment and Farm Services Show we supplied, installed and fitted our complete range of flooring solutions. The Hex Road product provided the ideal quick solution to link the established tarmac walkways with the temporary marquee based exhibition halls. Whilst providing excellent protection for the ground beneath, it also ensured a firm footing in the inclement January weather for the crowds over the 2 days. Temp-A-Path was supplied to over 20 companies to enable visitors to walk around the outdoor shows stands. Working with Blue Chip clients such as Claas and John Deere meant that the product was subject to high footfall during the event. Temp-A-Road was used by the show organisers to provide hard standing within one of larger temporary marquees. Once laid, the 2,000m² area then had stands constructed on to it, this quick and versatile solution both protected the showground whilst also allowing visitors a safe and comfortable passage through the assorted stands. As official suppliers of carpet for the stands we provided and installed a variety of colours and styles for use on both indoor and outdoor stands.
Posted: Thu, 05 Jan 2012 14:51
EFS were appointed by Ignite Europe to create the flooring within the Player's hospitality areas at the 2011 ATP Tennis Tournament in London's O2 Arena. This intensive work involved laying wood effect vinyl and carpets in the Players lounge and restaurant arenas. Bonding both items to the plywood flooring was technically challenging - yet completed in 2 days.
Posted: Tue, 06 Dec 2011 08:40
With over 350,000 visitors this year, Lincoln really is the biggest Christmas market. We laid over 2,500m² of Temp-A-Path to protect the grounds within the castle from the high footfall over the 4 days of the event and also critically during the site construction and dis-mantling.
Posted: Mon, 28 Nov 2011 12:45
Considered the "Best Medieval Fayre in the UK" we were asked to provide 1400m² of Temp-A-Path®
Posted: Mon, 28 Nov 2011 12:12
For its 8th annual Christmas market we laid 1,400m² of Temp-A-Path for the stalls and entertainers as well as protecting the historic gardens
Posted: Mon, 03 Oct 2011 13:48
We have worked on site at Nottingham University throughout the summer with a selection of Graduation days, Open days and concluding with Freshers week. The work has included temporary roadways for car park access, marquee flooring along with all-purpose walkways and general flooring areas.
Posted: Tue, 30 Aug 2011 20:22
As part of the World's biggest entertainment festival we worked with Andy Cheeseman Productions on behalf of the BBC. EFS were asked to supply and install 875m² of Temporary Roadway for the site with an additional covering of 720m² green artificial grass for the front of stage areas. The product allowed the BBC to broadcast and entertain visitors.
Posted: Mon, 29 Aug 2011 12:48
The annual Shambala Music Festival takes place at Kelmarsh Hall in Leicestershire. For this year's festival, EFS were asked to provide 1060m² of Temporary Roadway to assist traffic for both around the site as well as hard standing for coaches and a further 500m² of Temporary Walkway for the toilet areas inside the festival.
Posted: Mon, 15 Aug 2011 18:41
For this 3 annual day music festival in Leicester we started with 250m² of aluminium roadway to allow for a flexible surface which would enable the stage construction to take place (cranes, lorries and fork lift trucks) without damaging the lawns of De Montfort Hall. After the stage construction we laid 1200m² of roadway around the site for walkways and buggy routes, additionally this was used for lorries and festival traffic to drive around the site.
Posted: Mon, 08 Aug 2011 15:33
Working on behalf of Total Swimming, British Gas and Speedo, we installed flooring for the biggest temporary swimming pool, beach pad and beach volley ball court. This involved 800m² of track way for the beach pad and a further 1400m² of bespoke blue artificial grass covering the pad and the surround pool. The event to support British Gas' sponsorship of British swimming was based in Clapham Common for 8 weeks.