Pavement Rehabilitation Treatments

  1. Crack Treatments

    Crack treatments consist of placing specialized materials into prepared cracks to prevent water and incompressible intrusion into the cracks and underlying pavement layers, and to reinforce the adjacent pavement.

  2. Chip Seal

    Chip Seal is an application of a bituminous binder covered with an application of clean graded aggregate to an existing asphalt surface.

  3. Slurry Seal

    The principal materials used to create slurry seal are aggregate, asphalt emulsion, and filler, which are mixed together according to a laboratory’s design-mix formula.

  4. Micro Surfacing

    One of the most versatile tools in the road maintenance arsenal, Micro Surfacing is a polymer-modified cold-mix paving system that can remedy a broad range of problems on today’s streets, highways, and airfields.

  5. Pavement Overlay

    An asphalt overlay is a new mat of asphalt applied to an existing concrete or asphalt surface.

  6. Mill & Fill Pavement

    The concept behind mill and fill entails removing the existing surface layer with a milling machine and then transporting the material to a storage facility.

For more information on these treatments, please visit Slurry.org.