First coat chip seal is a very cost-effective option that will provide customers with a course surface that not only performs well but looks great too. Typically, we offer a two-coat chip seal option as a pavement treatment. This combines a total of two layers of emulsion with a larger sized chip on the first layer and a smaller chip on the second. The smaller chip locks into the larger chip to provide a sound running course on the constructed pavement.

Another option for an old or failing chip seal or asphalt pavement, is a reseal. This uses the same materials as a first coat chip seal, but the construction method is different. The existing pavement is swept prior to failures either being dugout and reconstructed or simply using asphalt to patch any potholes or low areas. Once again, this is a cost-effective option to rejuvenate the existing pavement surface.

Check out some chip-seal case studies:
Daelyn Drive Subdivision
CJ Industries were awarded the contract to build a 16-lot subdivision at 10 Daelyn Drive Nelson and completed all works from start to finish including: GPS set out and machine control Bulk earthworks All drainage work including sub soil, sewage, stormwater and reticulated water Connection to council reticulated system Facilitation of power and communication contractors Nib and Kerb & channel Exposed aggregate concrete thresholds and...
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Tahunanui Beach Carpark
CJ Asphalt were awarded the contract by Downer supply and lay 25mm asphalt to overlay the existing failing chip sealed car park area at the Tahunanui beach. The scope included: Site setout Milling of existing high areas and key into existing kerb and channel Asphalt pre-levelling Supply and apply an emulsion tack-coat Supply and lay of 25mm of asphalt to the prepared pavement
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