Pavement Design and Testing
Asphalt and pavement testing are an essential part of road, highway, and parking lot construction, and ParklandGEO can provide you with a number of services from preliminary and detailed design through to construction. From pavement design to asphalt testing, our experienced staff will take samples of your asphalt to assure its quality, whether your project is based in a major Alberta city or in a remote area.
By choosing to have your asphalt tested, you can help prevent future problems that include cracking, rutting, and breaking apart due to poor subgrade or design and construction flaws. If asphalt pavement is a part of your next project, ParklandGEO can oversee its design, construction, and ensure that the final result is one of quality that will last for years to come.
The Importance of Asphalt Pavement Testing
There are a number of things to take into account when you're considering pavement design for your project, such as which materials will be used to create the asphalt, what type of design will best suit your project in terms of accessibility, and how harsh winters will affect your pavement, as freezing, thawing contribute to potholes and cracking over time. ParklandGEO can help you avoid these issues with asphalt pavement that includes a number of factors such as mix design review, performance testing, sample collection, and the documentation of those results so that your project will run smoothly and remain on schedule.
How Pavement Testing Increases the Quality of a Finished Project
While initial pavement design is important to the quality of a project, pavement testing is vital to its future. ParklandGEO can help its clients ensure that future with a variety of analyses that include performance tests. These tests are used to avoid rutting, among other issues, which occurs when the pavement's surface begins to degrade along wheel paths in roads, highways, and other asphalt surfaces. Over time, the ruts become visible and then the asphalt's surface begins to crack, which may lead to potholes and other deformation that can result in thousands of dollars in asphalt repair. From initial asphalt design to the finished product, asphalt testing from ParklandGEO is vital to the quality of any project.