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Visqueen involved with £60m ‘new concept’ motorway service station

A £60 million ‘new concept’ motorway services area being developed on the M1 near Leeds will be safeguarded by Visqueen gas protection systems when it opens in January.

Some 4,000 square metres of Visqueen Gas Barrier have been installed, providing protection for the main food court-style facilities building and a 100-bed hotel that connects to it.

In addition, 1,500 sq metres of Visqueen Gas Vent Mat have been laid beneath the hotel slab to enable ground gases such as radon, methane, and carbon dioxide to dissipate safely to atmosphere.

The gas protection system for the MSA was designed by Visqueen’s technical specification manager Cameron Vauvelle-Don.

Visqueen Gas Barrier is a multi-layer reinforced polyethylene membrane with an integral aluminium foil that is approved for use in British Standard BS8485: 2015+A1:2019 compliant applications.

In addition to the gas protection membrane, the Visqueen Gas Vent Mat is a geo-composite void former specifically designed to manage the problem of high levels of gas concentrations underneath buildings.

 

Visqueen is a brand of Berry Global. For further information on gas protection and structural waterproofing solutions, visit www.visqueen.com.

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Catrin Jones
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