Sometimes a parking lot is just
too old and weathered to repair
In these cases, there is nothing else that can be done but to start over. Asphalt reclamation and/or pulverization is a great option to get a new parking lot without digging into the ground and building back up. Another attribute to reclamation is that it’s eco-friendly; materials are recycled instead of hauled to an offsite location.
Why do it?
The recycled base will be stronger, more uniform, and more moisture resistant than the original base. The result is a long-term base that can help carry future traffic. Asphalt reclamation conserves virgin construction materials and makes smart, strategic sense by the reuse of past pavement investments.
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Here’s what we’ll do for you…
The existing pavement is pulverized with a machine that resembles a large rototiller, usually to a depth of 6 to 12 inches. After pulverization the material is shaped to the desired cross-section and grade, and is ready for cement application.
These materials are treated with portland cement and/or lime to bind the materials for a more stable and compacted sub base
The road is then compacted to the required density, usually with vibratory rollers. A pneumatic-tire roller may follow to finish the surface. Final compaction should take place no more than 2 hours after initial mixing of the cement.
A surface consisting of a thin bituminous chip seal, hot-mix asphalt, or concrete completes the rebuilt road.
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We have a fleet of the best machinery and an experienced, dedicated crew to get your job done quickly and efficiently with hardly any inconvenience to you and your customers.
Whether it’s a small pothole or an entire parking lot renovation, we are the ones for the job.