WHAT IS ASPHALT REINFORCEMENT?

Reflective cracking can affect asphalt overlays for a few reasons. The most common of these include roads or paved areas with fatigue cracks, trench reinstatements, concrete expansion joints and subsidence.

Keeping the existing road network in an acceptable condition is one of the major challenges of road authorities all over the world. The focus of attention is, therefore, on maintenance techniques and refurbishment methods which allow the working life of the basic road structure to be extended in a cost-effective and technically reliable manner. One method which has been successfully used worldwide for more than 30 years is the maintenance of asphalt and concrete roads using geosynthetic interlayers. This method represents an economic means of considerably increasing the maintenance intervals and thus the working life of the road.

Asphalt Grid Systems installation of Asphalt Reinforcement
Asphalt Grid Systems installation of Asphalt Reinforcement
Asphalt Grid Systems installation of Asphalt Reinforcement

Our Approach

We approach every project as an opportunity to demonstrate our commitment to deliver high-quality services and products to the site.

Accreditation

We operate a UKAS accredited quality management systems – ISO 9001:2015 in addition to NHSS sector scheme 13 approval for the supply and application of asphalt geosynthetic and steel meshes.

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