What is Asphalt / Hot mix

Asphalt and Hot Mix Release Agent

What is Hot Mix?

Hot Mix Asphalt (HMA) is a combination of stone, sand, or gravel bound together by bitumen. at an HMA facility. The resulting Hot Mix Asphalt (HMA) is loaded into trucks for transport to the paving site. The trucks dump the Hot Mix Asphalt into hoppers located at the front of paving machines.  The asphalt is placed, and then compacted using a heavy roller, which is driven over the asphalt. Traffic is generally permitted on the pavement as soon as the pavement has cooled.

HMA Ultra-Thin

HMA Ultra-Thin offers a simple, cost effective way to maintain roads and streets of aging, oxidation or minor surface disintegration.  You end up with a stronger, more beautiful pavement that improves the ride quality for drivers and reduces traffic noise for the community.  


Rubblization is a proven construction technique that turns a deteriorated concrete road into the base for a smooth, safe, quiet, durable pavement constructed of Hot Mix Asphalt (HMA). It minimizes delays for motorists and allows for construction during "off-peak" hours. Rubblization with an asphalt overlay is a very cost effective rehabilitation method.

Life Cycle Cost

For the initial construction and over the long haul, asphalt pavement saves money on construction and maintenance. That’s the conclusion of highway engineers and departments of transportation across the country. The “life-cycle costs”—money spent on road construction and maintenance over its lifetime—are significantly lower with Hot Mix Asphalt (HMA) than with concrete.  

Thin Asphalt Overlays

Your Cost-Effective Solution
Thin HMA overlays are the cost effective solution for pavement preservation primarily because of their ability to:


Motorists care about smooth pavements. Smooth pavements save fuel, save vehicle operating costs & last longer. Asphalt pavements are smoother and are easier to keep smoother than concrete pavements.


The national survey found that drivers prefer well-maintained, safe, and smooth roadways.