Hermann Meudt Betonsteinwerk

Good traffic-island solution with adhesive bonding technology

The German city of Bad Homburg vor der Höhe has been using an adhesive bonding system for curbstones for several years. The most recent application example is a time-saving and visually attractive method for providing traffic lane dividers in the upgrading of a regional highway. The project is part of a highway project to effectively assure traffic access to the new Hochtaunusklinik.

“Because of the newbuild hospital, the Zeppelinstrasse near the hospital and opposite the Regional Council Office, including its sidewalks, is being reconstructed and extended,” says Markus Philipp of the Bad...

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