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Conventional Pavement Techniques
Some of the conventional techniques utilized by the partner are:
+ Pavement Overlay or Resurfacing
This method is generally used for the general pavement strengthening where a layer of new asphalt is laid on top of the old pavement.
+ Mild and Pave (Cut & Patch)
This is applicable where severe cracking of surface deterioration has occurred in the pavement. A milling machine is used to remove the affected area before a new layer of asphalt is laid in its place.
+ Very Thin Overlay
this is technique where a thin layer of wearing course, approximately 20mm thick, is laid with a modified bituminous binder. This pavement exhibits high performance in terms of durability and safety.
+ Porous Asphalt
This technique basically involves laying porous asphalt with a modified bituminous binder. Due to its porous nature, water drains away from the pavement easily, thereby significantly reducing ponding and splashing. It also exhibits better skid resistance and lower noise levels.
Routine maintenance involves repairs of potholes, maintenance of road shoulders, roadside furniture, drainage systems, bridges and culverts, landscaping on protocol roads and routine inspection.
Periodic maintenance involves repair, replacement and installation of existing pavement, roadside furniture, drains, culverts and guardrails as well as slope repairs.