Stanford’s reputation for high quality high tolerance industrial floor solutions is unrivalled. Its continued growth and investment helps it remain at the forefront of the concrete flooring industry through innovation in materials, construction techniques and design.
Stanford uses its extensive skills to optimise the performance of today’s industrial floors, thereby meeting the increasingly stringent specification and performance requirements of its global clients. Stanford, using the latest automated laser screed methods resulting in significant increases in productivity, now achieve surface tolerances thought at one time to be available only with labour intensive, programme-demanding techniques.
Expertise and capability
The senior management team is involved in all projects from inception and tender through to design, construction and execution of compliance documentation. Pile supported & ground bearing slab support systems are catered for. All piled solutions meet the stringent requirements of the Concrete Society TR34 4th Edition, the only peer reviewed design and construction guidance for pile supported floors.
Specific client design requirements as well as speculative developments can be constructed. Client led schemes can lead to complicated scenarios and Stanford are unparalleled when dealing with this interface. High tolerance VNA specifications using laser screed techniques have been developed to maintain competitiveness and minimise program. Full design, warranty compliance and insurances are available. TR34 4th Edition full compliance is standard on all our projects.
Metal decking suspended floors can be cast to exacting tolerances, including TR34 Free Movement and BS8204 SR specifications. External freight handling yards, especially heavy duty container handling facilities, can be designed and constructed using the British Ports Association design manual.
Full Quality Assurance & compliance testing is provided with our floors and all Test & Inspection plans are approved before casting starts. Nothing is left to chance and all performance aspects of the sub-base, slab, materials, construction and flatness are reported on.