Reinforce and widen the Sikandra-Rasulabad road in India.
In 2016, a new road was successfully built by our partner in India. On location in Sikandra-Rasulabad road, India.
The working method and the application of GeoCrete® Sikandra-Rasulabad road in India led to a cost saving of 25%. The non-use of broken material provided a considerable extra saving with 18,000 fewer transports, resulting in a saving of 500 kg of Co2. The time saving was 10 months shorter with respect to the traditional working method.
Constructive stabilisation with excising soil as a foundation instead of broken material and many concrete for roads and pavements is a chance to reduce the emission of CO2 and using less cement with more responsibly.
The road is resistant to drought and heavy rainfall and the use of primary will increase.
Due to the high speed and simple work process is this technique very suitable for authorities and designers who are looking for cost reduction and high durability. After all, a good road leads to economic growth and has a strong social function.
GeoCrete® has a high elasticity modulus and increases compressive strength by neutralizing acids in the soil.
The properties contribute to the entire structure. There is no need for excavation, less use of primary granulates and a much lower CO2 emission resulting in lower costs for maintenance and repair.
- The saving of tons of broken material.
- 18,000 transport movements less transport.
- A saving of thousands of liters of diesel and CO2 emissions
- A cost saving of 25% A time saving of more than 60%
- A more stable foundation than traditional in drought and heavy rainfall
Do you have a project or want to know more about the properties of Geocrete, then we invite you to contact us.