Automated systems and 3D paving capabilities on the new Cat® AP1055F Asphalt paver are improving accuracy and efficiency for contractors working on major road projects in Indianapolis in the United States.
Buying asphalt in bulk for reactive road repairs such as potholes can be a popular option. However, UK-based company Instarmac Group plc is offering up a smaller alternative.
A low carbon asphalt, consisting of recycled pavement and recycled printer toner, has been trialled on Kelleway Avenue in Nicholls, ACT this month.
The continuous growth of Topcoat Asphalt's state-of-the-art asphalt plant in Wingfield, South Australia, is testament to the company's 25-year history and dedication to excellence.
The new Director of Training and Knowledge at AAPA talks to Roads & Civil Works Magazine about its new National Road Worker Training Centre and its plans.