Suggested Asphaltic-Concrete Pavement Patching Specification

1. Neatly line-cut perimeter of failed areas to form rectangular patches parallel to adjacent curbs, and extend into sound pavement approx. six inches in each direction.
2. Excavate and remove from site all excavated asphaltic-concrete and base material:
a. To a depth of six inches in major roadways to truck travel ways and unloading areas.
b. To a depth of four inches in automobile roadways and parking areas.
c. To a depth of two inches or three inches in other areas.
(Depth of excavations to be determined by Owner’s representative)
3. Reshape exposed sub grade and re-compact
4. Tack edges of existing pavement with emulsified asphalt to ensure a proper bond.
5. Furnish and place asphaltic concrete* in lifts not to exceed three inches.
6. Compact thoroughly for proper density to withstand traffic.
7. Provide sufficient cones, barricades and other devices to guide traffic and to protect the public. Protect all adjacent areas.
*Aspaltic-concrete shall comply with the Ministry of Transportation’s set of standard specifications.

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