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Monday, January 21st, 2019

Company Restructure

It gives us great pleasure to announce our company restructure. This allows us to centralise the Commercial aspect of our business by creating an integrated Customer Service delivery team. We hope that this new structure will make great strides in improving our efficiency by expanding our competitive service to all our customers without any compromise 


Tuesday, October 2nd, 2018

Wear It Pink Fundraiser

Total figure raised! Asphalt Reinforcement Services are holding a small fundraising event on Friday 19th October to raise money for breast cancer Why take part? Because breast cancer is still here. It’s still tearing apart the lives of families and it’s still taking the lives of the women we love on a heartbreaking scale. Since 


Monday, September 3rd, 2018

National Sales Conference 2018

29 November 2018 – NS Conference 2018 Now in its fifth year, the sell-out National Sales Conference (NSC18) returns to the RICOH Arena (Coventry) on 29th November 2018. Seen as a unique event amongst C level sales orientated professionals, NSC18 offers you the opportunity to be empowered and inspired by key presentations from some of 


Monday, July 23rd, 2018

Win Win Solution to Deficit Budgets

When it comes to helping Local Authorities and Highways England maximise their road maintenance budgets Asphalt Reinforcement Services tick all the boxes. Our GlasGrid and GridSeal pavement reinforcement systems not only prolong pavement life but are also extremely cost efficient. In 2007 in collaboration with the Highways Agency and Lafarge Contracting, Asphalt Reinforcement Services Ltd 


Wednesday, July 18th, 2018

Early collaboration key to better carriage condition

Specialist input may be required sooner rather than later to ensure timely highway intervention Highway managers need to engage earlier with the supply chain to ensure the most suitable treatment is chosen for prolonging the life of worn pavement and the best return for their investment So says Asphalt Reinforcement Services managing director Howard Cooke, 


Friday, June 29th, 2018

Transportation Professional June 2018

Road reinforcement solution proven in south Wales Rate of cracking in micro asphalt has been reduced on a street in Cardiff with the introduction of geotextile reinforcement. Use of a geotextile reinforcement system to extend pavement life is proving successful on a residential road in Cardiff following an installation by specialist contractor Asphalt Reinforcement Services. 


Friday, March 9th, 2018

Cardiff city council Penarth road and Mercia road

Glaspave 50 used in the right circumstances is a valuable tool for highway engineers in managing their highway asset effectively Client: Cardiff City CouncilConsultants: InternalSite: Penarth Road and Mercia Road Cardiff Quantity: Penarth Road 1000 sq m Mercia Road 1200 sq mProduct: GlasPave 50Date: Penarth Road June 2012 Mercia Road June 2017 PHASE 1 – 


Saturday, November 26th, 2016

How to become certified as a road contractor

With more than 245,000 miles of road surface to be maintained and mended, Britain is reliant on a small army of road contractors to keep traffic moving, planes taking off and landing, and pedestrians and cyclists free from the mercies of potholes and cracked pavements. The integrity of our road surfaces is critical to our 


Wednesday, October 26th, 2016

High friction surfacing benefits

Developed in the United States in the 1950s, high friction surfacing is a hero road surface that in the subsequent years must have saved literally thousands of lives. Providing a virtually skid-proof surface, this top dressing of calcined bauxite can be applied by hot or cold methods onto prepared road surfaces—and the resulting benefits to 


Wednesday, October 26th, 2016

The top 7 challenges facing asphalt contractors

When it comes to laying and maintaining the surfaces of Britain’s roads, the UK’s asphalt contractors have their work cut out. There are more than 245 thousand miles of public roads, and the work doesn’t end there—cycle tracks, pedestrian paths, car parks, airport runways, private roads, ports and freight depots all need to be kept 

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