Asphalt Overlay


Not all asphalt problems are the direct result of cracks and potholes. Although cracking is a major problem, asphalt can become uneven or concave even with no cracks present. Asphalt resurfacing solves problems of uneven surfaces, and is often the best solution for mending excessive cracks and crevasses, ensuring a smooth-riding freeway. Resurfacing levels the entire asphalt surface, smoothing all areas, and addressing any special areas whether you’re resurfacing a parking lot, driveway, or sidewalk. Similar to patching or filling asphalt cracks, resurfacing depends on many factors including weather, temperature, the age of the asphalt, the condition of the asphalt and more. Remember that asphalt relies on chemical processes, and that environmental factors such as moisture, hot and cold weather, dust, dirt, and debris all affect any asphalt surface. Because of this, the performance and lifespan of any asphalt surface will vary greatly depending on its location and general use. As asphalt repair product specialist, GeoCHEM, Inc.'s professional line of Percol Polymers and Slurries for maintenance and repair designed to help you care for asphalt in most any location. Technical Detail: | Asphalt Repair Hand Applied | Asphalt Repair Machine Applied | ALL Percol Polymers and Slurries 


Base Strength Improvement Reduces Pavement Depth. Engineers employ the GEOWEB System to reduce the cross section and improve the structural strength of the pavement base layer. The 3D GEOWEB structure creates a stiffened base layer, and the resulting increase in base strength allows a reduction in the pavement depth design.  This reduction factor varies depending upon the pavement design. 

Typical Pavement Reduction:  15% Concrete | 20% Roller Compacted Concrete | 30% Asphalt

Geoweb Geocell Cellular Confinement Systems


A geotextile is typically defined as any permeable textile material used to increase soil stability, provide erosion control or aid in drainage. More simply put, if it is made of fabric and buried in the ground  it is probably a geotextile!

Geotextiles have been in use for thousands of years dating back to the Egyptian Pharaohs. These early geotextile applications were basically natural fibers or vegetation mixed directly with soil. Modern geotextiles are usually made from a synthetic polymer such as polypropylene, polyester, polyethylene and polyamides. Geotextiles can be woven, knitted or nonwoven. Varying polymers and manufacturing processes result in an array of geotextiles suitable for a variety of civil construction applications. Nonwoven Paving Fabric | Overlay Fabric

Our knowledgeable staff is here to help with any geosynthetic application from simple driveway fabric to high-strength reinforcing geogrids or any geosynthetic product in-between.  Additonal Geotextile Information


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