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wearing course

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(Civil Engineering) the top layer of a road that carries the traffic; road surface. Also called: carpet or topping
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5 cm, the resumption of the restraints, the resumption of the marking after the realization of the wearing courses, the recovery of the counting loops.
This report takes a phased approach to answer this deceptively simple question, basing answers on studies of wearing courses of road pavements and on two innovative materials, epoxy asphalt and high performance cementitious materials.
This framework agreement is mainly concerned with: - repair work on road mats (wearing courses), - partial pavement rehabilitation works and structural wearing courses, - partial sidewalk repairs, - accessibility work pmr (lowered sidewalk, Etc.
maintenance of pavements and sidewalks (purges, Wearing courses .
planing of pavements, Application of wearing courses and bridging of elastomeric bitumen coating joints: 7 350 m 2 , - recovery of sidewalks: 1,430 m, - change of restraining devices: 1,280 m, - guard rail change: 1,015 m, - concrete (including slab fallout) c35 / 45 xf4: 280 m 3 , - planing and changing of the sealing complex, Application of reprofiling and wearing course: 1 410 m 2 , - jacking of structures, Change of bearings and / or resumption of bosses: 11 u.
Tenders are invited for Construction includes Superpave Asphalt Mixture Designs for the base, binder, and wearing courses, Stone Mixture Asphalt Mixture Design for a wearing course, Piping and Inlets, Cured in place piping liner, bridge approach slab, presplit blasting, guide rail, and miscellaneous construction activities.
Tenders are invited for This work is for intersection improvements including traffic signal installation, pavement markings, signs, plain cement concrete curb, cement concrete sidewalk, detectable warning surface, excavation, flexible base replacement, Superpave Asphalt Mixture Design WMA scratch and wearing courses, milling, and other miscellaneous construction.