Allens Asphalt
P.O. Box 33305
Denver, CO 80233
303-659-1557 Office
303-659-8136 Fax
SERVICES
   Patch Work
   Repair Work 
   Overlay
   New Work
   Striping
 
ADDITIONAL
SERVICES
   Pressure Wash
   Wheels Stop
   Signage
   Bollards
   Speed Bumps
   Sweeping
   Snow Removal
   Trucking
   Dirt Work
 

EMPLOYMENT
OPPORTUNITIES

 
COMPANY INFORMATION
 
LINKS
 
CONTACT US

 

Concrete Work

 
 
"ramps"
 
 
"gas station damage"
 
 
"finished repair"
 
Concrete pavement is basically a mixture of rock and sand held together by Portland cement. When water is added a chemical reaction takes place. The mud must be placed and finished before the reaction is too far along or it will lose its strength. In the chemical reaction heat is produced, the water evaporates, and a rigid (rock-like) pavement results. For some applications wire mesh, rebar or fiber mesh are included in the pavement for additional strength. Concrete does not bend. It is strong but brittle. It is especially useful for water courses (drain pans, curb and gutter) and high weight loading areas (dumpster pads). It is more expensive to install than asphalt but is a wise investment for certain locations.
 

Pavers Help Victim

Sealcoat Extends Life

Maintenance Benefits

Springtime
in the
Rockies

Memberships

Bid Requests

Recycling

ADA Requirements