Utah Asphalt Paving
Asphalt Paving in Utah: Contractor for the Wasatch Front & Beyond
Geneva Rock Products is among the leading asphalt paving contractors in Utah. Decades of experience, professional quality control technicians, and two high capacity hot mix asphalt plants make us the contractor of choice for a variety of projects. Our longevity in the industry means our service offerings have evolved and improved largely over the years as we’ve developed asphalt innovations which continue to redefine the industry.
If you need asphalt paving – however large or small the job – we have the experience, materials, equipment and expertise necessary to get the job done right the first time.
We specialize in paving the following types of projects: Highway/Interstate, Municipal Road, New Development, Parking Lots, Trails and more.
In addition to asphalt paving, Geneva Rock offers ongoing maintenance to asphalt surfaces. Asphalt maintenance is incredibly important in ensuring the longevity of a surface. Neglect, resulting in water and chemical penetration, produces surface cracks, holes and damage to the sub-grade. Below are some of the asphalt services we offer throughout Utah state.
When an asphalt surface begins to crack, chemicals and water infiltrate the material which can result in additional deterioration of the asphalt pavement. Many asphalt surfaces form cracks with age of varying sizes. The smaller cracks can be treated easily with crack repair services. This maintenance option simply helps owners buy time between costly asphalt replacement projects.
Resurfacing is an alternative to removing and replacing a section of asphalt. Often, this maintenance option is a less costly alternative to repaving that same section. A Geneva Rock professional can help you determine, based on the current condition of the pavement, whether resurfacing or replacing a section of asphalt would be more economical. Much of this decision is based on whether the sub-grade and asphalt layers are still largely intact.
Chip & Seal
Placing a liquid emulsion, or “sealant,” over an asphalt base helps seal and protect the surface of your asphalt project. This seal coating helps reduce potential wear and tear from chemicals and water that would otherwise be absorbed into the asphalt’s surface. Applying a seal to your asphalt surface every one-to-two years will prolong its life and save you money.
An asphalt overlay consists of paving a second layer of asphalt over an existing layer. Overlaying is often done when the existing asphalt is in an overall good condition, but may be developing problem areas. In areas where extensive cracking, crumbling or sinking has occurred, pieces may need to first be cut out and patched before a new layer can be paved.