Industry practice historically has resulted in construction of the majority of roadways being built using traditional asphalt or concrete.
Independent Engineering studies by Departments of Transportation and Academic Research Institutes (see Appendix A) over the last 20 years have concluded that:
- Rubberized pavement prevents formation of potholes, provides quieter roadways and is more durable than straight asphalt paving
- Traditional asphalt paving provides a non-elastic driving surface that has a shorter useful life and requires full or partial repaving resulting in operational maintenance costs resulting from the volume of truck & car traffic carried on those stretches of roadway.
Hot Mix Asphalt On Demand! offers a new metric to approaching the resulting degradation of pavement resulting in the creation of potholes by leveraging current labor best practices with advanced technology to provide a measurable Return on Investment and associated cost savings by adopting this methodology. Read more....