Leading channel drainage systems from Gatic Civil Drainage have been installed at Rushden Lakes, the new high end shopping centre in Northamptonshire.
The first was CastSlot, which was carefully selected for its robust composition, which is obviously essential for a busy shopping centre.
Furthermore, its tread safe top is important in areas with high volumes of pedestrians, removing the risk of heels getting caught in the grating.
The other was PaveSlot, which was installed in the project’s central boulevard, featuring a bespoke water feature.
CastSlot’s high capacity channels provide effective surface water management, protecting areas from excessive rainfall, whilst PaveSlot is ideal for paved areas, with a discreet profile that sits neatly in the ground for a subtle and unobtrusive finish.
Gatic is a globally recognised brand and is specified for many prestigious projects around the world.
Shawn Loo, of consulting engineers BE Design, who worked alongside Gatic throughout, comments: “Gatic’s technical team, their expertise and the service they provide is second to none.
“I was particularly impressed with this project where the team provided a value engineered design in a quick turnaround.
“This level of service means we not only get the best solution, but we also deliver the project to the required timescales. It’s what makes working with Gatic a smooth and simple process.”
Gatic Civil Drainage,
Phone: 01304 203545
Fax: 01304 215001
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