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"AdhesionXtreme® has been associated with Material Edge in the UK marketplace since November 2010. We have found the company to be particularly tenacious, reliable and diligent in support of our product line culminating in an increase of awareness and expansion of the AX brand in the UK Market. We would highly recommend Material Edge as a partner for any enterprise seeking penetration into the UK."


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Posted by Chris Sullivan on Tuesday, 02 January 2024 at 10:43:41

Filed under: Services

We are pleased to announce that from 1st January 2024 AdhesionXtreme will take over all sales, marketing and distribution responsibilities of the AdhesionXtreme® range of roofing and sealing tapes previously handled by Material Edge Ltd.

All enquiries should be directed to:

Denis Singery

19 rue de la Chancellerie

60 300 Senlis

Office : +33 3 44 62 17 02

Mobile: + 33 9 52 33 60 55

Tags: AdhesionXtreme

Partnership Changes at Material Edge

Posted by Chris Sullivan on Thursday, 27 April 2023 at 09:42:45

Filed under: General

We are pleased to announce partnership changes at Material Edge. Please read this announcement posted on Linked In or contact for more information.


New Bridges product Section!

Posted by Chris Sullivan on Friday, 05 June 2020 at 06:46:31

Filed under: Products, Case Studies

New Bridges product Section

Be sure to check out our new bridge products below!

Tags: bridges

Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Bridge

Posted by Chris Sullivan on Friday, 05 June 2020 at 06:12:43

Filed under: Products, Case Studies

Waterproofing Asphalt system on Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Bridge, Ireland

Paper and presentation from March 2020 Highways and Airport Pavement Engineering Conference, Liverpool John Moore University (LJMU).

Read the paper here

Tags: asphalt, bridge

18th LJMU Annual International Conference on Pavement Engineering and Infrastructure

Posted by Chris Sullivan on Friday, 22 February 2019 at 18:05:46

Filed under: General

18th LJMU Annual International Conference

Pavement Engineering and Infrastructure, 27-28 Feb. 2019, Liverpool, UK

Material Edge are pleased to be attending and presenting once more at the LMJU Pavement conference in Liverpool 27-28th Feb. Please come along and see us and hear the many number of excellent papers being given. The networking opportunities are excellent at this one of few events dedicated to Pavements, asphalt and concrete in the UK and beyond.

The conference is aimed at stakeholders with specific interest in the development, design and management of Pavement Engineering, Asphalt Technology, Sustainable Construction Materials, Infrastructure, Environmental Protection, Energy Reduction, Developments in Concrete and Asphalt Pavement Technology, Aggregate Recycling Initiatives, Highways and Bridges Design and Maintenance, Airports Pavement Design, Maintenance and Evaluations. The conference will be of interest to; environmental regulators, infrastructure clients, specifiers, planners, designers, local authority’s, highway related consultants, materials suppliers, construction companies, contractors, research centres and educational institutions.

For Registration, please click here.

Tags: conference


Posted by Chris Sullivan on Wednesday, 03 October 2018 at 18:27:34

Filed under: Products

RoofBond® Stretch 60

RoofBond Stretch 60 and is used as a Lead free flashing on Chimneys, around rooflights and even on corrugated or "wrinkly tin" roofs.

Read more about RoofBond® Stretch 60

Please contact us for more information or a full quotation.

Tags: roofbond

SolarRoad Now available in the UK and Ireland

Posted by Chris Sullivan on Wednesday, 06 December 2017 at 11:26:26

Filed under: Products, Services

SolarRoad is an innovation for the here and now!

Created by a consortium of companies including Ooms, this unique Solar Energy from a light vehicle trafficked pavement system is now successfully generating electricity in The Netherlands and France and is available to a town near you soon!

The SolarRoad system is ideally used coupled with battery storage where there is no access to the electricity grid but lighting and electrical energy are vital such as in: National Parks, Water sport centres and other outdoor pursuit centres.

SolarRoad is entirely non polluting in its generation of electricity and requires only an annual inspection with no ongoing maintenance even in the wilds of our countryside.

Step by step Installation Guide and product only pricing is now available on request for the UK and Ireland.

Read more about SolarRoad

Please contact us for more information or a full quotation.

Tags: solar, road

Material Edge Supports CIHT's New Standards Advisory Group

Posted by Chris Sullivan on Wednesday, 26 July 2017 at 12:10:44

Filed under: General

The Standards Advisory Group has been established to assist CIHT to co-ordinate and promote the activities of the Institution in relation to standards advice for materials and pavement design for highways, airfields and industrial purposes.  Members of the group sit on a number of British Standards Institution (BSI) Committees developing standards for the industry.

CIHT are seeking to establish a core group of members who are interested in receiving alerts and/or assisting the Institution in our relationship with BSI and developing standards. If you would like to be involved please contact

BSI has also recently launched a public online system where new work proposals are accessible for wider view and comment. This is designed to increase awareness of the Standards Development Portfolio. CIHT members may wish to put forward comments through the CIHT and its representatives or simply as a member of the public.

Submit your project proposals

Do you have an idea for a new transport infrastructure scheme that you think would make a big difference, either to local communities or the prosperity of the nation? Why not share it with Transportation Professional magazine? Email your suggestions to

CIHT member wins Wolfson prize

Well done to CIHT graduate member, Gergely Raccuja, who works for Amey as a transport planner, on winning the £250,000 Wolfson Economics Prize. Gergely beat four other finalists in the competition to find ways of paying for better, safer and more reliable roads. Read more here.

Max Harwood foundation prize winnerCIHT Foundation prize awarded

Congratulations to Max Harwood, recent winner of Newcastle University’s CIHT Foundation Prize. Max received the prize as the top undergraduate Transport Option Engineering student at the university this year. Max was presented with the prize at his graduation ceremony last week by North East & Cumbria Chair Darran Kitchener. If you would like more information about the CIHT Foundation click here.

Have your management skills recognised

Newsletter members

CIHT has partnered with the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) to offer a streamlined route to qualify as a Chartered Manager (CMgr). The partnership means that CIHT members who hold CEng, IEng, or TPP registration with five years or more of management experience are eligible for CMI’s qualified route to becoming a Chartered Manager. Eligible CIHT members receive a 50% discount on the CMI membership fee. To find out more information click here.

Interim Registration

Interim registration is available to those who have obtained the academic base for either IEng or CEng, but do not yet possess the relevant practical experience to meet the competency requirements for full registration. Having interim registration will demonstrate to employers your enthusiasm, drive and commitment to both your career and the profession. For more information, click here.

Tags: ciht, standards, advisory, group

Coming Soon from our principals Ooms Civiel, Solaroad

Posted by Chris Sullivan on Friday, 12 June 2015 at 13:44:02

Filed under: Bitumen

The idea behind SolaRoad is simple: sunlight falling on the road surface is absorbed by solar cells and converted into electricity – the road surface acts as a large solar panel. The electricity generated in this way will find practical applications in street lighting.

Read more here. and here.

Tags: ooms

Natural-coloured asphalt "perfect solution" for playground

Posted by Chris Sullivan on Friday, 12 June 2015 at 13:42:35

Filed under: Bitumen

A new primary school in Hampshire has applied over 1500 square metres of Bituchem's Natratex Cotswold to its playground and outdoor teaching areas.

Berewood Primary School accomodates children aged four to eleven.The Natratex Cotswold material was specified in buff as it was considered more attractive than black tarmac but still smooth enough to be safe for young children to play on.

Read the full article here.

Tags: playground

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