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Airports & Railways

Our range of artificial grass is ideally suited to any airport or railway station project. All of our products have been tested to BS4790 so that they conform to current floor covering requirements for commercial spaces.

Whether it’s a pop-up mob event or a summer relaxation garden, our synthetic surfaces can transform a normal functional space into a fun and exciting place to relax, or a stand out area to attract customers to your event.

Some of the services we offer are:

  • POP UP Shop flooring installed
  • Rollout mat solutions (ideal for customer installation)
  • Trained Installation Teams – CSCS / IPAF / PASMA
  • Extensive experience installing at most UK airports and expertise in the associated restrictions and requirements
  • Outdoor events
  • Installing over currently carpeted surfaces

The experience we have of installing artificial materials in high traffic areas has ensured that our installations are carried out without disturbance. We tailor our installation method to the nature and environment of the project.


Our products are able to tolerate extremely high traffic, including that from suitcases and trolleys. As with any public area, anti-trip edges are attached to all exposed edges in order to provide a safe edge and enable wheelchairs and suitcases to travel over them. We use a double-stick method which sticks the turf to the floor via a floor protection film and is quickly removable without leaving a trace.

Railway Stations

We can install onto a diverse range of flooring surfaces in railway stations, from rough concrete to smooth marble. For projects on rough floors, we generally apply backing to our mats. This provides them with extra weight and helps to smooth out the floor’s imperfections.

A number of fixed methods from our double-stick solutions can be used on smooth floor installations, such as double-sided tape, or simply a rollout mat with bevel edges.

When surfaces are installed close to platforms, extra care has to be taken due to wind factors caused by passing trains and the general airflow from the open-ended building.