- Applying an overlay of new asphalt material on existing asphalt pavement.
- Complete overlays (parking lots, roadways, etc.) are performed as needed.
- The compacted thickness can vary from 1 ½ inches to 2 inches, depending on the project.
- Removing broken pavement and replacing it with new asphalt pavement material.
- Removing existing, deteriorating pavement; replacing it with a base asphalt course and an asphalt surface course; and restriping lines as needed.
- Installing new parking lots and roadways per specs and plans.
- Fixing a soft sub-base using good dirt, stone or soil cement, depending on the site.
- Removing existing asphalt pavement to a specified depth.
- We have various milling machines to accommodate anything from a 4-foot wide mill to a 7-foot, 3-inch wide mill, depending on specs.
- Placing an asphalt berm on a new or existing asphalt surface course and backfilling with dirt or topsoil.
Concrete Curb and Gutter:
- Installing (per project plans and specs) curbs and gutters to control the grade of parking lots and roadways and direct rainwater to the inlets.
- Installing (per project plans and specs) a stone base to provide a stable foundation for the asphalt paving.
- Includes a new layout for resurface or new construction as well as restriping of existing line markings (provided by subcontractor).
- Installing a non-woven geotextile that overlays the existing pavement before the surface course is applied.
- Paving fabric lowers the risk of reflective cracking in the new asphalt pavement.
- Prior to installing the paving fabric, a binder (PG 64-22) is sprayed onto the existing pavement to bond the paving fabric to the existing pavement. (Provided by Subcontractor)