01. Low Cost of Ownership
- Achieving sustainable & long-term solutions must account for both economic and environmental costs over the lifetime of a project. Initial costs don’t tell the complete story. The ongoing costs must be considered when you evaluate the long-term strategy for road shoulders, low-speed lanes, and industrial roads.
- Rigid Pavement is much lower than traditional Asphalt paving when you consider that you would typically resurface asphalt pavement around 10-7 times for the same age of the concrete paved road.
Concrete pavement has better characteristics than comparable asphalt pavement.
Concrete is an environment-friendly material because it is a non-petroleum-based recyclable solution. Having brighter color than asphalt reduces the heat island effect and absorbs CO2 as it ages due to carbonation. Its unique texture contributes to safer roads, better fuel consumption with less congestion, and shorter braking distances.
Resiliency is not about how fast you can repair something once the disaster hits, instead, it’s about thoughtful planning and the ability to withstand the conditions whether it’s man-made or natural causes.
Concrete Flooring / Pavements
- Roller Compacted Concrete Pavement (RCC)
- Slip-Form Pavement (SFP)
- Continuously Reinforced Concrete Pavement (CRCP)
- Jointed Reinforced/Plain Concrete Pavement (JRCP/JPCP)