A high trafficked industrial t-intersection in the City of the Gold Coast required resurfacing with a durable, safe and superior asphalt. The intersection of Geary Crescent and Jade Drive – situated in an industrial precinct of Molendinar – had been well worn, cracked and aged. The route is subjected to both heavy and light vehicles and is also impacted by extensive hooning activity with the pavement prone to degradation from burnout activity, skid trails and other destruction.
The existing asphalt was removed and replaced by an asphalt product created using Entyr’s recovered carbon black (eCB) in the mix and tyre-derived hydrocarbon (eTDH) in processing.
Outcomes from this asphalt has been improved safety and strength, increased colour retention, noise reduction and skid and rutting resistance.