Our Products

Daily production of hot mix, warm mix and cold patch products meeting the specifications of every municipal, county and state authority within our market area

Hot Mix Asphalt (HMA)

(HMA) is a combination of stone, sand or gravel bound together by asphalt cement. After being combined at a high temperature, laid and compacted, the result is an improved driving surface for the traveling public. Occasionally, additives such as recycled tires or latex are incorporated into the mixture design depending on the needs and specifications of the customer. The liquid oil in hot mix, called asphaltic cement, is a product of crude oil, and binds the aggregates together in a way that minimizes rutting and cracking. There are numerous different “grades” of liquid asphalt, each having different viscosities and different properties to help it perform optimally at given environmental temperatures and other conditions.

Warm Mix Asphalt (WMA)

Warm Mix Asphalt is a relatively recent technology that allows the producers of hot mix asphalt pavement material to significantly lower the temperatures at which the material is mixed and laid on the roadway. This reduction in the mixing temperature has the benefit of dramatically cutting fuel consumption during the mixing process, thereby decreasing the production of greenhouse gases. There are also potential engineering benefits including better compaction on the roadway, and the ability to haul paving mix for longer distances at cooler temperatures.

Cold Patch

Cold Patch asphalt is produced by mixing emulsified asphalt with aggregate. The resultant product is workable at normal ambient temperatures, and due to its low viscosity, the mixture is easier to compact and work with. This product is sold in bulk and is the ideal solution for temporary patching of potholes or utility cut repairs.

Asphalt is Green

Asphalt is one of the most heavily recycled products in the United States. Over 100 million tons of asphalt pavement is reclaimed annually in the US, with 95% of that finding its way right back into the highways you use every day. Additionally, removed asphalt shingles from residential dwellings are also used in many recycled asphalt mix designs, adding yet another environmental benefit to choosing asphalt for your pavement needs.