Maintenance and Reconstruction

There comes a time when, even after proper preventative maintenance and pavement preservation programs, a roadway will reach the end of its life and can no longer carry traffic as designed or meet motorist or foot traffic expectations.

Routine pavement maintenance will greatly extend the life of a roadway and reduce costs over time, but at some point pavement reconstruction is the only option for keeping a roadway active once structural integrity is lost due to the environment and usage. Potholes and cracks are two of the main reasons for pavement reconstruction and maintenance projects. Although pavement rehabilitation can also be used to remedy potholes, cracks and other damage - at some point pavement reconstruction becomes the more cost-effective solution.

Asphalt Repair Contractor Southern California, CA

As the top asphalt repair contractor in Southern California, CA, we specialize in pavement reconstruction involving removing the existing asphalt or concrete pavement down to the ground. Because pavement reconstruction grinds and mills the pavement to the greatest depth possible, damage, such as potholes, is completely eliminated.

The pavement reconstruction and maintenance project then involves building the pavement and roadway back up layer by layer. The end result is new pavement from the ground up as if the roadway were new. Once a pavement reconstruction project is finished, the road can go back onto a regular preventative maintenance schedule, extending the period of time needed before the next pavement reconstruction.

Roadway Repair

Pavement reconstruction should be thought of as rebuilding a road from scratch once it can no longer be maintained or repaired properly. The existing asphalt or concrete pavement is essentially removed down to the ground level then built back up layer by layer.

Construction is often needed in the case of roadway appurtenance repair. It is important to select the right pavement contractor as, in the case of a city paving project, asphalt and concrete pavement reconstruction projects can cause traffic disruptions and finishing a job on time and on budget is essential. Pavement reconstruction and maintenance is not just about fixing a pothole or getting the bumps out of asphalt pavement; it is part of a comprehensive strategy to save time and cost over the lifetime of a vehicle or pedestrian roadway.