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Asphalt Surface Construction

Road construction requires the creation of a continuous right-of-way, overcoming geographic obstacles and having grades low enough to permit vehicle or foot travel. Its required to meet standards set by law or official guidelines. The process is often begun with the removal of earth and rock by digging or blasting, construction of embankments, bridges and tunnels, and removal of vegetation (this may involve deforestation) and followed by the laying of pavement material. A variety of road building equipment is employed in road building.

D&D Paving Company can complete this construction from beginning to end. Proper techniques with careful planning will ensure all the proper guidelines are met for a safe and durable surface construction.

  • Asphalt Construction
  • Concrete Constrution
  • Surface Upgrade
  • Preventative Maintenance
Asphalt Maintenance

Like all structures, roads, parking lots and surfaces deteriorate over time. Deterioration is primarily due to accumulated damage from vehicles, however environmental effects such as frost heaves, thermal cracking contribute considerably. Potholes on roads are caused by rain damage and vehicle braking or related construction works. Maintenance treatments for asphalt concrete generally include crack sealing, surface rejuvenating, fog sealing, micro-milling and surface treatments. Thin surfacing preserves, protects and improves the functional condition of the road while reducing the need for routing maintenance, leading to extended service life without increasing structural capacity.

  • Crack Filling/Sealing
  • Surface Restructure
  • Seal Coating
  • Patching
Topography development

An objective of topography is to determine the position of any feature or more generally any point in terms of both a horizontal Coordinate system such as latitude, longitude, and altitude. Identifying (naming) features and recognizing typical landform patterns are also part of the field. A topographic study may be made for a variety of reasons, but detailed information about terrain and surface features is essential for the planning and construction of any major civil engineering, public works, or reclamation projects.

  • Surveying
  • Land Grading
  • Removal