This iconic building, gutted by fire in 2008, was rebuilt over the existing 105 year old structure in 2009.  Our structural composite panels were selected as the structural boardwalk floor as SPS:

  • kept within a restricted maximum weight,
  • provided a 100% load capacity platform, allowing follow-on work to commence more quickly,
  • delivered long-term durability with minimal maintenance. 

The risk of weather delays to floor installation was eliminated and allowances could be made for the second highest tidal flow in the world. 

“SPS floor panels were key to meeting the challenges of rebuilding on an old and damaged structure with limitations on weight, restricted access and a demanding schedule.  [SPS Technology] has gone the extra mile in supporting us from design to installation to ensure the success of the project.”

Andy McGoldrick, Project Director, John Sisk & Sons Ltd.