The LionTrak panel is our premium aluminium trakway system. This award-winning temporary roadway has a higher level of grip than any other panel on the market. It has been independently slip tested to BS 7976-2 and also load-tested and certified in Germany for strength and capability.
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Since 1912 the Chelsea Flower Show has grown into the UK's, if not the World's most famous horticultural event. The build phase is a time-critical window for the RHS and from the moment the first trakway run is laid, the diggers move in.
LION are no strangers to confidential projects, so when we were asked to provide access solutions for a high profile VIP event, we discreetly set to work planning the operation.
More than 50,000 'foodies' flood into the purple park for 5 days of the king of food and drink festivals.
The historic National Ploughing Championships have been running annually in Ireland since 1931.
Since 1884, Croke Park in Dublin has been host to most major Gaelic games and more recently, some of the World’s largest concerts.
In December 2012, LION won the contract for the PLANTWORX construction equipment exhibition held at Stoneleigh Park. We worked very closely with the event Director and Site Managers to provide them with the perfect solution.
LION’s involvement in the Olympic Games not only involved meticulous projects for the construction of the village but included building a ground protection foundation platform for the Beach Volley Ball venue at Horse Guards Parade.
LION has provided temporary trakway solutions to a landslip which has forced the closure of part of the much-loved Settle to Carlisle railway line.
Last Winter incurred the worst rainfall on record and Story Contracting were keen to source a fail-safe product for an embankment re-grade on Network Rail's west coast mainline.
Failure was not an option for LION when contractors discovered that Olympians wouldn't be the only traffic running on their brand new athletics surface.
From our German depot, a temporary solution was designed in Mannheim to protect a vital railway line and provide crane access and stability without disrupting the rail network.
With our experience in SSSI access (Sites of special scientific interest) we were a firm choice for providing beach access without the risk of any direct human contact with the fragile coastal environment.
LION engineered a series of ground levelling solutions to ensure the safe transportation of Scotland’s largest onshore turbine’s blades.
LION virtually performed a miracle in the middle of a very wet German winter. The route along a transmission line required heavy access to enable the construction of five new towers, but the route of the line spanned miles of flooded marshland.