John Forrest National Park - patching - road repairs

Below are before and after photos of repairs throughout driveways, carparks and roads at John Forrest National Park in the Perth Hills. The potholes were swept clean, tacked with a bitumen emulsion and patched with a 7mm granite black hotmix/asphalt - overlapping the edges. One section of the road was damaged by an underground burst waterpipe. Once the pipe repairs were completed the area was backfilled, compacted, saw cut and patched flush with a bitumen emulsion tack and a

Bentley - patching - crossover

The first two photos show a severely cracked section of a crossover to a commercial property in Bentley. The damaged section of asphalt was cut out and removed and the existing base re-rolled and water-bound. The base was tacked heavily with a bitumen emulsion and patched with a 70mm thick layer of 14mm granite black asphalt/hotmix. The surface was compacted with a heavy vibrating roller and cooled down with water (as can be seen in the photos) to allow for immediate heavy tr

Bassendean - potholes - repairs - ramp

Below are 4 photos of potholes and excavations in an existing asphalt yard adjacent to a concrete slab. Below are 2 photos the excavations having been sawcut and ready for roadbase to be added. The first photo below shows the finished patching of the excavation. Roadbase was added, levelled, compacted and waterbound and sealed with a bitumen emulsion tack and 40mm thick layer of 10mm granite black hotmix/asphalt flush to surrounding surfaces. The two potholed areas of the yar

Osborne Park - carpark - commercial premises - ramp

The photo below shows a completed ramp joining the concrete carpark onto the driveway. Part of the Colourbond fence was removed and gates were installed. We removed bollards, concrete kerb and a hump along the edge of the concrete, sawcut edges, prepared the base and sealed with a bitumen tack and 7mm granite black 50mm thick hotmix/asphalt forming a flush ramp to all adjoining surfaces allowing traffic flow to the newly opened carpark. Sand was sprinkled on the newly laid su

Osborne Park - patching - potholes - repairs

Before and after photos of a busy commercial driveway in need of urgent pothole repairs. These potholes were swept out, tacked with bitumen emulsion and patched with asphalt/hotmix. The edges were overlapped to seal the joins and the area was made ready for immediate traffic use. Before and after photos of a damaged section of asphalt footpath adjacent to a new concrete section of path. The subsided and damaged section of bitumen was tacked with bitumen emulsion and patched