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Asphalt Walking Trails

Asphalt walking trails typically are installed with 4" of stone base and 2 - 3" of hot mix asphalt.  Although stone base is not always specified during the engineering design, stone base ensures the base is of a stable material and that when someone drives a vehicle on it in the future that it has some support.  We installed this walking trail for a new subdivision in St Charles Missouri.  Some of the challenges we tackled included steep grades and tight access.  Most of the material needed to be shuttled from the trucks to the paver with skidsteer loaders because the trucks could not safely back around this pond.

Parking Lot Resurfacing

Parking lot resurfacing is the proper tactic when a lot is too cracked up or rough to be sealcoated, but not yet potholed and rutted enough to justify completely removing and replacing the pavement.  This project in Overland Missouri required us to install a leveling course over the low and wavy areas of the existing pavement prior to installing the hot mix asphalt overlay.  


Proper drainage and a solid base are the two most crucial components of your driveway.  Whether we resurface your existing driveway, like this one we completed in Town & Country Missouri, or start from scratch, you can guarantee that drainage and a sturdy pavement design including a minimum of 6" of stone and 3" of hot mix asphalt for your new driveway.

Utility Trench Restoration

We routinely perform pavement restoration for several utility contractors and providers in the St. Louis area.  This utility trench was on a high traffic roadway and was completed over a several week process.  The water main was replaced and restored with temporary asphalt.  We then removed the temporary asphalt and replaced with full depth concrete base and hot mix asphalt surface course.

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