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Constituent in a CBM

IBAA is an extremely cost effective and there are advantages logistically when using IBAA due to the low density of the material, meaning fewer vehicle movements when compared to Primary Aggregates.

2012 Olympic Logistics Centre, Chigwell, Essex

Olympic Delivery Authority

Delivery Partner
Carey Plc – (Bardon Composite Materials)

Material Requirements
10,000 tonnes of 10mm down IBAA supplied from Edmonton, North London

A Paver machine laid 150mm of CBM which was then compacted using vibrating rollers, total area covered approximately 3ha

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