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Synonyms for blacktop

a black bituminous material used for paving roads or other areas

coat with blacktop

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The work described here is concerned with achieving improved high temperature and low temperature performance of rubber modified asphaltic concrete mixes, taking into consideration the compatibility, crumb rubber particle size and distribution of the asphalt-rubber composition.
SUMMARY TABLE WORLD CONSTRUCTION AGGREGATES DEMAND (million metric tons) % Annual Growth Item 2007 2012 2017 Construction Aggregates Demand 30300 40150 53200 By Region: North America 3800 3050 3750 Western Europe 3275 2550 3000 Asia/Pacific 17350 27000 36500 China 11300 19350 26300 India 2375 3380 4730 0ther Asia/Pacific 3675 4270 5470 Other Regions 5875 7550 9950 By Type: Crushed Stone 11450 15550 22550 Sand 10450 13700 16550 Gravel 7010 9000 11350 Other Types 1390 1900 2750 By Application: Hydraulic Concrete 17150 23450 31150 Road Base & Coverings 6965 8930 11750 Asphaltic Concrete 1375 1275 1500 Other Applications 4810 6495 8800 $/metric ton 6.
The paving repairs include removing the top layer of deteriorated pavement, doing extensive subsurface repairs as needed, and then resurfacing the roadway with a new layer of asphaltic concrete.
This $10 million rehabilitation project resurfaced nearly 20 kilometers (160 lane-kilometers of roadway and 26 structures) with Superpave asphaltic concrete pavement.
Demand for construction aggregates used in the production of asphaltic concrete will grow the fastest of all major application categories, resulting from growth in road building and maintenance projects and increases in nonbuilding construction expenditures around the world.
Because of advances in new road construction and existing road improvement and repair, global sales of aggregates for road base and coverings, and asphaltic concrete applications are expected to accelerate through 2017.
The largest decreases were for roofing granules (43 percent), asphaltic concrete (11.
The use of virgin polyethylene as an additive to asphaltic concrete is not new; however, two new processes also use recycled plastic as an asphalt cement additive:
The project includes milling, removal and replacement of approximately 100,000 tons of asphaltic concrete, for which Meadow Valley plans to employ its portable crushing, asphalt production and paving equipment.
Determining with the owner and architect the selection of sub-contractors, to include, but not be limited to: Plumbing Building layout & Clearing HVAC Earthwork Electrical Asphaltic Concrete Paving Roofing Site Utilities Approved roofing applicator Concrete Automated control system Masonry Technology Structural Steel Rough carpentry Finish carpentry Fire suppression system
is a chief supplier of quality crushed rock and asphaltic concrete to Sonoma County and northern Napa County.
r] Air 1 Water (fresh) 81 Water (salt) 81 Sand (dry) 4-6 Sand (wet) 30 Silt (wet) 10 Clay (wet) 8-12 Ice (fresh water) 4 Granite (dry) 5 Limestone (dry) 7-9 Portland Cement Concrete 6-11 Roller-Compacted Concrete 5-7 Asphaltic Concrete 3-5
8 million job to overlay existing residential streets in Phoenix, which will include the mixing and placing of approximately 120,000 tons of rubberized asphaltic concrete.
Tenders are invited for Providing And Laying Bitumen Mastic Wearing Course On Diu Ghoghla Bridge And Asphaltic Concrete On Approach Road Diu.
It is estimated that about 44 percent of construction sand and gravel was used as concrete aggregates; 23 percent for road base and coverings and road stabilization; 14 percent as construction fill; 12 percent as asphaltic concrete aggregates and other bituminous mixtures; 3 percent for plaster and gunite sands; 1 percent for concrete products, such as blocks, bricks, and pipes; and the remaining 3 percent for filtration, golf courses, railroad ballast, roofing granules, snow and ice control, and other miscellaneous uses.