If left untreated, asphalt pavement will eventually be destroyed by elements of weather. Sun and oxidation dry the oils out of the asphalt mix and leave the pavement brittle. Loose aggregate begins to ravel and the surface becomes rough and faded. Rain and water from irrigation further erode the pavement’s cohesive strength.
Crack sealing is a very important step and first defense in maintaining and protecting asphalt pavement. Crack seal keeps water from entering and damaging the sub-base and causing further cracking and pavement distress. Hot pour rubberized material is used which meets or exceeds D.O.T. specifications. With proper maintenance and attention to cracks you can prevent problems from spreading and literally double the life of your pavement.
Infrared patching is an inexpensive process to repair potholes, poor drainage, utility cuts and alligatored areas. Infrared does not require a saw cut. The advantage of an infrared method is the new patch is joined seamlessly to the surrounding pavement. This prevents water from penetrating through an asphalt seam.
Concrete is one of the most important construction materials used in a variety of site structures including parking lots, sidewalks, curbs, gutters, dumpster pads, drain pans, building slabs, Handicap ramps. PLM provides all of these services.
In 2003 PLM discovered a growing need for a reliable, affordable and qualified concrete and asphalt contractor for the state of Colorado. We offer one of the newest and most technologically advanced equipment fleets in the entire state. We strive to keep our personnel fully trained with the most current industry standards, equipment and safety.