PAVERS AND COBBLED PATHWAYS
pathways that reflect that old-world
charm, or decorative pavers that are
a modern interpretation of space.
NATURAL STONE FLOORING
classic look with flooring in either
your classic natural stones,
sandstone, or marble, that has your
patrons take a nostalgic walk down
the yesteryears in style.
MASONRY AND STONE WORK
areas, or stone seats, we’re masters
in designing and constructing
masonry and stone work that provide
idyllic outdoor experiences.
Planning and Design:
Initial consultation: The first step is to meet with the project stakeholders to discuss their vision, requirements, and objectives for the pathway.
Site analysis: A thorough analysis of the site is conducted, taking into account the topography, existing infrastructure, and environmental considerations.
Concept development: Based on the gathered information, designers create conceptual plans that incorporate the desired aesthetics, materials, and functionality of the pathway.
Material selection: Dubai offers a wide range of materials suitable for pathways, including concrete, natural stone, pavers, or a combination of these. The selection depends on factors such as budget, durability, maintenance requirements, and aesthetic preferences.
Permitting and Approvals:
Once the design is finalized, the necessary permits and approvals from local authorities need to be obtained. This may involve submitting the design plans, environmental impact assessments, and other relevant documentation.
Excavation and Preparation:
The construction site is prepared by clearing any existing vegetation or obstacles. Excavation is carried out to create the necessary foundation for the pathway. This may involve digging to a specific depth, depending on the design and the materials used.
Base and Sub-base Construction:
A layer of crushed aggregate or gravel is laid down as the base, which provides stability and proper drainage for the pathway. A sub-base layer is added on top of the base, typically consisting of a coarser aggregate material. This further enhances the stability and load-bearing capacity of the pathway.
The chosen pathway materials, such as concrete or stone pavers, are installed according to the design plans. This involves careful laying, alignment, and jointing techniques to achieve the desired aesthetics and functionality. Proper edge restraints are installed to maintain the structural integrity of the pathway and prevent shifting or spreading of materials.
Once the pathway is constructed, finishing touches are added, such as applying sealants, adding decorative elements, or integrating lighting fixtures for enhanced visibility during the night.
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