Stone Mastic Asphalt (SMA) is a dense wearing course material which was developed on the continent to overcome the issue of rutting due to the action of studded tyres on road surfaces, The mineral aggregate skeleton of SMA is gap-graded and the voids are filled with a mastic of fine aggregate, filler and binder that complies with EN 13108. Due to the high stone content and open nature of the aggregate matrix, traffic loads are transmitted through the interlocking stone skeleton rather than through the mortar.
The Kilsaran Road Surfacing Team is working with Balfour Beatty Ireland, reconstructing and improving taxilanes and aircraft stands as part of the DAA’s program of airport campus...Find Out More
This scheme, carried out under TII’s High Speed Road Pavement Renewals Framework, involved the removal and replacement of almost 185,000 square metres of surface course on a 7.3km stretch of the...Find Out More
Kilsaran supplied 10,000m² of its Newgrange Silver & Black Granite paving flags for the set down area and foot paths around the Airport....Find Out More