This is a gallery of installations in the Downtown Toronto area.
This gallery shows photos of TripStop taken on the sideways of client's site.
This is a gallery of installations in the Mornington Peninsula area
This Case study reports on an analysis of the past cost of maintaining the “laid in situ” concrete footpaths Erie and Superior Ave and their Courts located in Rowville, in the City of Knox, Victoria, Australia.
TripStop has also thoroughly tested the effect of displacement on reinforcing steel mesh.
From time to time, poor workmanship has been used to create pathways. Some shoddy workmanship can be just as dangerous as displacement or soil erosion.
The TripStop warehouse produces and hold onto - you guessed it - TripStop!
This gallery shows photos of TripStop under various testing conditions throughout its life
Displacement, or the act of repairing displacement can cause various types of damage to pathways and the infrastructure surrounding them. These pictures highlight some of this damage.
Contractors are the glue that holds all capital works together. This gallery highlights some of them in action.