When a local authority needed to replace some uneven flagstones, ULTIFASTPATH allowed the work to be completed in around half the time of a conventional binder and surface course. This improved productivity and allowed the completed footpath to be reopened sooner for local residents.
The ultimate one pass footpath surfacing solution.
ULTIFASTPATH contains a modified binder and designed fine aggregates. As a result it is stronger, more workable and more durable than conventional asphalt.
Ultimate SpeedExisting surface and binder courses can be replaced in a single pass, halving construction time.
Ultimate ConvenienceFaster construction time minimises disruption to pedestrians, residents and road users.
Ultimate ValueOne pass construction significantly reduces labour costs and material usage.
Ultimate DurabilityHigh compaction levels reduce voids, improve strength and minimise the risk of water ingress.
Ultimate StrengthHighly durable construction increases resistance to scuffing and deformation from pavement parking and vehicle manoeuvring.
Ultimate SustainabilityLower temperature of the mixed material improves site safety and reduces energy consumption and carbon emissions.
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Working in partnership with Leicestershire County Council we identified a single layer asphalt solution. The design would mean quicker laying, a tighter surface finish and denser compaction
Working with Renfrewshire Council, Tarmac provided a solution which was fast and cost-effective, which would allow work to be completed in one day with minimal disruption.
For this contract Midlothian Council installed the material in a single layer of 70mm, therefore halving construction time and used less material than if offering a conventional solution.
Inverclyde council where looking for a material that could be laid in a single layer as a replacement of the conventional material (HRA). ULTIFASTPATH offered an alternative to conventional footway construction that would minimise disruption and time taken on site.
Footpath and cycle route upgrade. Reducing programme times and improving finish on a challenging site.
This footpath and cycle route through a nature reserve near Weston super-Mare, had deteriorated and required resurfacing. Despite the challenges of the site, by using ULTIFASTPATH in a single 50mm layer, the contractor was able to achieve a strong, smooth finish while halving the time spent on site.