Charcon introduces new concrete paving to range


Company offers three new options

Charcon, the commercial hard landscaping division of Aggregate Industries, has introduced three new concrete pavers to its portfolio: UrbanPave premium flag paving, Vianova Maxx large element textured paving, and Monksbridge rumbled effect block paving.


UrbanPave has been designed to provide a premium landscaped surface for ultra-contemporary public realm schemes, such as town centres and prominent pedestrianised areas. The premium flag paving has a light texture and comes in a choice of three made-to-order colour options – Light Grey, Mid Grey and Dark Grey. Four paver sizes cater for the increasing trend towards large aspect paving and provide flexibility in laying patterns.

Charcon introduces new concrete paving to range

Vianova Maxx

Vianova Maxx is a large element textured paver that combines a modern feel with high-quality performance. Available in two sizes and three made-to-order shades – Light Grey, Dark Grey and Anthracite Charcoal – Vianova Maxx can be used to create contemporary laying schemes, and complements other Charcon products including Andover Textured, Natural Granite and Eco Countryside Kerb.

Charcon introduces new concrete paving to range


Monksbridge block paving is a viable alternative to traditional rumbled products and is suitable for pedestrian areas where vehicle overrun is likely. It is ideal for creating a traditionally-styled, naturally-cobbled look. Available as mixed packs of four sizes in three colour options – Cinder, Croft and Royale.

Charcon introduces new concrete paving to range
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Mike Davies, specifications and major projects manager for Aggregate Industries, said: “The introduction of three new products to the Charcon range demonstrates our continued investment and ongoing commitment to delivering the very best solutions for any commercial hard landscaping project. The new products set the standard for performance, quality, durability and aesthetic appeal.”