The durable choice. Concrete overlays provide effective long-life solutions resulting in fewer replacement and repair cycles.
Reduce your energy consumption. Concrete overlays offer similar sustainable benefits to concrete pavements with high reflectivity, use of recycled materials in construction and low embodied energy.
Fewer repairs. Concrete overlays are easily repaired.
Tight timeline? No Problem. Accelerated construction practices can allow opening to traffic within 24 hours of placement
Safety comes first. Concrete is reflective, keeping drivers and pedestrians safer at night.
Reduce your environmental footprint. Concrete is produced from natural resources, reduces toxic run-off and can be easily recycled.
Maintenance-free design. Concrete lasts longer with little need for resurfacing, patching or surface sealing.
It’s all about appearances. Concrete’s clean look creates a good first impression and lasting sense of quality for customers, tenants and employees.
The longest life-cycle. Across the country, concrete roadways that were designed to last 20 years have instead lasted 50 years or more with minimal repairs.
Long-term savings. Concrete has the lowest total ownership cost and requires less maintenance than asphalt.
Breathe new life into existing systems. Concrete overlays help preserve and rehabilitate existing systems such as distressed asphalt or composite pavements.
A greener solution Concrete is 100% recyclable and reusable. Among its many uses, it can be employed as aggregate in new concrete pavements or as base material for new roadways.
Meet government standards. Pervious concrete is an open-graded system that allows stormwater to pass through it, allowing it to seep into the ground.
A safer choice. Air circulates beneath pervious concrete, accelerating the melting of snow and ice. Drier pavement also reduces the risk of refreeze.
Easy Care. Parking areas paved with pervious concrete are designed and constructed to last 20 to 40 years only requiring minimal annual maintenance to remove debris.
Save some coin. Parking lot owners that choose pervious spend less money on the labor, construction, and maintenance of detention ponds and other stormwater management systems.
The strongest choice. Roller compacted concrete won’t rut from heavy axle loads or tear from turning or braking vehicles. It’s also resistant to fuels, oils, solvents and other fluids.
Fewer repairs needed. There’s no need to seal coat or resurface roller compacted concrete.
Reduce your energy consumption. Roller compacted concrete has greater light reflectivity, reducing the number of light fixtures needed. This can lower energy consumption by 37%.
Tight timeline? No Problem. In most cases, roller compacted concrete can be competed in one pass. It also doesn’t need forming or finishing.
Initial Cost. A properly designed and constructed concrete trail is very cost competitive. When budgeting for trail construction, remember that it costs less to build it right than to pay for repairs later.
Durability. Concrete offers long-term durability, even in harsh environments and challenging conditions. Of all your paving material choices, only concrete has the strength and durability to last 30 years or more!
Ease of Construction. Concrete trails can be placed directly on compacted subgrade and require no steel reinforcement, saving both time and money during construction.
Life-Cycle Value. Due to its strength and rigidity, a concrete trail requires fewer repairs than other pavements throughout its service life, resulting in reduced maintenance requirements and significantly lower life-cycle costs.