As part of their plans to continuously improve their highways maintenance activities, this local authority approached Tarmac, one of their key supply chain partners, to investigate new paving materials. Trials showed that ULTIFASTPAVE delivered an excellent finish with minimal segregation and resulted in major improvements in quality and productivity.
The ultimate fast, single layer surfacing solution
ULTIFASTPAVE has been developed as a single layer application for urban and estate roads maintenance, that require a cost effective durable surface course. The single layer technology replaces the traditional binder and surface course construction approach. This enables construction times to be reduced and disruption for road users to be minimised.
Ultimate time saving
Single layer application means significant reductions in project delivery times compared to dual layer resurfacing.
Shorter project delivery times mean less operational disruption for clients and lower costs.
Lasting durabilitySingle layer application improves compaction and reduces the insitu voids in the finished layer thereby improving long term durability.
Ultimate solutionsDesigned as a 14mm nominal sized product that provides a dense finish at up to 75mm thick. ULTIFASTPAVE is proven as an invaluable solution for planned maintenance regimes.
At Tarmac, technical excellence comes as standard. To ensure our customers get the best possible results, we provide full training, and expert support is never more than a phone call away.
Car Park Surfacing
ULTIFASTPAVE can also be used as a fast, single layer surfacing solution for car parks, helping to reduce construction times, while delivering long term durability.
- Rural Roads
- Housing Estate Roads
- Car parks
The client needed a safe, durable, cost-effective car park surface. Using Tarmac Ultifastpave reduced the construction time by half and generated a £15,000 cost saving.
ULTIFASTPAVE was utilised to provide a single combined binder and surface course layer. The properties of ULTIFASTPAVE allowed easier compaction to achieve a dense, low voids mixture that was capable of providing the durable surface required for the low speed but heavy volumes of traffic.