Flow Crete flooring’s Flow fast has been installed throughout the new Wembley Arena building. The floor, which is ready to use just 2 hours from application is hard-wearing, yet eye-catching and has been used throughout the iconic building, including the box office area and walkways.
Flow Crete’s fast floor concept Flow fast has played a starring role in the major refurbishment of one of London’s iconic performance venues.
Flow fast Quartz has been installed at the flagship Wembley Arena, which has recently undergone a £35 million refurbishment.
Utilizing the latest in MMA technology, Flow fast offers a floor finish that looks good and stands up to all the demands associated with floors for public spaces.
In most cases the floor is ready to use just two hours after application.
Flow fast also offers good slip-resistance, can withstand thermal shocks and impact, and is hardwearing. Furthermore, its seamless finish delivers an easy-clean finish that makes it easy to maintain.
These qualities, coupled with its decorative style – available in a wide-range of colours and styles to creating an eye-catching finish – makes it ideal choice where an attractive floor needs to be installed quickly, with minimal disruption.
At Wembley Arena, the floor – installed by Flow Crete approved contractor Hi-Spec Industrial Flooring – creates a durable, attractive surface underfoot throughout the building, including the box office area and walkways between the seats.
This is the latest high profile project in the capital carried out at by Flow Crete. Other installations include Wembley Stadium, The O2 Stadium and The Emirates Stadium.
Alan Bley, director of Flow fast systems at Flowrate, said: “More and more specifiers are choosing Flow fast for new-build and refurbishment works because of its ability to create a durable and attractive floor, which is ready for full use just hours after installation.
“These characteristics make it one of the most innovative and appealing products currently available in the flooring industry.”