Well-constructed, even paths are absolutely essential to the safety and convenience of the pedestrians who use them. Over the past 12 years, as part of our residential subdivision works, we’ve constructed numerous kilometres of new footpaths.

We’re also a provider of services to local councils to maintain and repair existing footpaths and construct new pathways, throughout Canterbury and Central Otago.

Key to high quality footpath construction and maintenance is the right equipment and plant operated by highly experienced staff. The portfolio of footpath projects delivered by the expert, well-resourced JCL Asphalt team includes:

  • The Coastal Pathway (which runs along the bottom of Mt Pleasant) for the Christchurch City Council. This pathway required a high quality of finish in order to cater for wheelchair-users, cyclists, skateboarders and scooter riders as well as pedestrians.
  • The North Hagley Park Cycle Way. This is one of 13 new cycle routes to be built as part of the Christchurch City Council’s Major Cycle Routes project. The 1.2km long path cuts through North Hagley Park from the Kilmarnock Street/Deans Avenue corner through to the Armagh Street footbridge on Rolleston Avenue. Feedback from cyclists has been very enthusiastic – “The Hagley Park Cycle Way. So smooth. So good. Let’s call it a cyclobahn.”