Aggregate Industries has said a standardised approach to colour demarcation is vital to make Britain’s roads safer.
Aggregate Industries is urging utilities firms to make better use of emerging asphalt innovations, in order to keep roads pothole-free for longer.
Lafarge Cement has stated wider adoption of soil stabilisation could be key to making road construction more cost-effective and sustainable.
With HGVs identified as the second fastest growing traffic type in recent years, Aggregate says more should be done to promote road safety in construction.
Aggregate will continue to deliver world class pavement solutions to Highways England for four more years, via its new Category Management Framework.
With local authorities facing pressure regarding potholes on roads, Aggregate Industries says the standardisation of asphalt specification could help to improve roads’ durability and performance.
Aggregate Industries’ Contracting Division calls for a ‘back to basics’ approach to improving site safety in the construction and road surfacing industry.
Aggregate Industries has been selected to exclusively deliver the surfacing works for England’s largest road improvement project, the A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon Flexible Pavement Works.
With Pothole Day taking place this March, Group MD at IKO PLC Andy Williamson has been discussing the pesky problem of exactly that.