roadmaking

roadmaking

(ˈrəʊdˌmeɪkɪŋ)
n
(Civil Engineering) road building
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Translations

roadmaking

[ˈrəʊdˌmeɪkɪŋ] Nconstrucción f de carreteras
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Ahmed Nousser, business manager for coating and adhesive resins, Evonik Egypt, said: "We started from scratch with educating Balsam on how to formulate cold plastic roadmaking using Degaroute.
1756: John McAdam, the Scottish surveyor who introduced the "macadam" system of roadmaking, was born in Ayr.
1756: John McAdam, Scottish surveyor who introduced the "macadam" system of roadmaking, was born in Ayr.
1756: John McAdam, Scottish surveyor who introduced the "macadam" system of roadmaking ("tarmac" was a much later improvement), was born in Ayr.
The appropriation was not for construction, but for a Department of Agriculture inquiry into systems of road management, the best methods of roadmaking, and the dissemination of information.
At the back of the house is a natural quarry, which provides a useful source of stone and shale for building and roadmaking.
1756: John McAdam, Scottish surveyor who introduced "macadam" for roadmaking, was born in Ayr.
His recent book is titled "Roadmaking, History and Culture of Belarusian Roads".
by employing the prisoners in roadmaking, bridging, erecting or repairing fortifications or quarters, gardening, woodcutting, and policing, &c." (22) Colonel Winthrop went on to describe "hard labor" as "a distinct punishment," which "in some instances, [has] been adjudged alone--i.e., unaccompanied, in the sentence, by confinement." (23) Colonel Winthrop described tasks which are productive forms of labor but offered no opinion as to whether or not the punishment must, or even should, be productive labor.
Between Balladonia and Madura, soil surveys revealed an absence of suitable natural gravels for roadmaking. While "stabilising both the in situ soils and poorly graded, high plasticity index gravels with bitumen, lime or cement" was considered, this was more expensive than utilising local limestone, if quarries were strategically placed and operated at a reasonable scale (Main Roads Department, 1972, 5).
Australia produces a variety of other minerals and also is self-sufficient in all types of roadmaking and construction materials.