Are you looking for a bespoke type of paving that is different from all the rest? Or do you want to have an amphitheater or staircase made to look like it’s made from real stone?
Then look no further. Blanc de Bierges are just the type of bespoke paving company that can make your ideas come to life. You may be fooled into thinking that Blanc de Bierges were a European paving company. But in fact they are a UK-based company. Although originally they were established in the town of Bierges in Belgium some 45 years ago. They now work from their base in Derby.
Bespoke paving & architectural products can bring any idea to life
Blanc de Bierges are a bespoke company that manufacture a range of natural looking products. They will compliment any landscaping, architectural and ornamental application. The range of products include:
- spiral and straight staircases
- bespoke architectural features
- paving setts
- paving Slabs
- street furniture
- cladding for buildings.
- integral tread and riser step units
- retaining wall systems
All their products are made from cast stonework and made to look like real stone. With two colours available, Buff & Portland.
Blanc de Bierges prides itself on offering modern manufacturing techniques for the production of 3-D cast stone. The stone has comparable hand-crafted characteristics and strengths to that of natural stone but at greatly reduced costs.
Blanc de Bierges have been installed all over the world
All products are manufactured in the UK but the company caters for a worldwide market. It’s bespoke products have been used in many countries including Russia and Qatar in the Persian Gulf.
Blanc de Bierges has supplied many landmark projects. Notable projects include the No. 1 Court at Wimbledon SW19. Blanc de Bierges supplied the paving, step units and corduroy tactile paving for the new Tea Lawn and outside courts.
It has also created bespoke products for buildings and their surrounds for some major corporate companies. These include 76,000 elements for telecommunications giant Cable & Wireless, where vertical paving slabs and L modules were installed at the exterior of the new headquarters in Coventry. The building is now home to the national training college for Network Rail.
Other projects include the plaza at the Brighton i360 tower, which was completed in 2017. The Tate Gallery in St.Ives. Trinity College, Cambridge University and The Gulf Creek Golf Club in Dubai.
The material specification exceeds the compression cube strength requirements of the UKCSA. Their products also complies with all relevant UK and European standards and BS1217:2008.
If you would like to speak to somebody at Blanc De Bierges about your next project or if you would like to read more about the company please visit their website here