At GME, we’re always keen to get involved in community projects. Keeping towns and cities clean and well-decorated is one of our fortes, meaning that we know exactly what to do when approached with a project such as Roberts Park.
When Bradford Council contacted us about the redecoration of the park’s bandstands and shelters, we were more than happy to get involved. The park is a popular attraction for locals and visitors of Bradford, which has served as a public park for decades, and was built and created in 1871. We knew that restoring the location, which has previously won a ‘Green Flag Award’, would be worthwhile for all.
Located in Saltaire, Bradford, Roberts Park is within one of the many areas in which we cover at GME, meaning we were able to access the site quickly and easily throughout the project schedule, allowing us to complete the job In an efficient and convenient timescale.
One of the first things we tackled was restoring the paintwork on the bandstand upon the half-moon pavilion. We used a rich coat of high-quality red paint on the pillars holding up the stand and detailed the sunflower design spiralling around the pillars, with yellow and green paint to highlight the beauty of the monument.
The rest of the project was spent tidying up the paintwork on bins and transformers throughout the park. All of the paint we used was of high quality to provide and durable and long-lasting finish so that the park can continue to shine and bring joy to its visitors for years to come.
Established in 2008, GME have been successfully redecorating and painting areas in and around Wakefield, Leeds and Bradford for over a decade. Our experienced team of contractors allow us to be one of the leading painting contractors in West Yorkshire. If you’ve got a project for us, give us a call on 01924 723 723.