Small grab, great impact

In rehabilitating the town center in Oberstenfeld in the German state of Baden-Württemberg, the paving contractor Bercher & Malejko decided to use the new Easygrip EXG Border Stone Handle from Probst for installing the border stones.

The sidewalks of the heavily trafficked Grossbottwarer Strasse in Oberstenfeld had shown signs of heavy wear. The road was resurfaced with a new asphalt pavement, extended to a width of 6 m and demarcated with natural stone slabs as well as large border stones (100 x 30 x 25 cm). The blocks were sawed and bushhammered and have a plane and at the same time textured...

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