We first had to remove the previous concrete wheel stops. Once we removed all the wheel stops, we ensured the area was clean and ready for installation.
As a result, we began installing our rubber wheel stops.
To install the wheel stops, we first positioned them in place. Therefore, our team was able to drill approximately 10mm pilot holes.
When the hole was deep enough, we then removed the wheel stop. This allowed us to continue drilling through the pilot holes.
Once the hole was a sufficient depth, the wheel stop was placed back in position. As a result, we could then use DynaBolts to secure the wheel stop in place.
Before completing the project, the team ensured the bolts were in the correct position and secured.