Three weekends of CRCP Carriageway Repairs have come to a close for LMS Highways.

Starting in mid June and running over three consecutive weekends the LMS Highways team have installed over 113m³ of CRCP repairs and 548lm of joint sealing to both the East & Westbound carriageways of the A2, Boughton Bypass.

All sections of damaged carriageway were removed using our bespoke lifting bucket, which compared to traditional equipment is capable of lifting and removing large slabs of concrete without the need for breaking down in advance.
The bays were then prepped with rebar; continuously reinforced concrete pavement is constructed with steel reinforcing bars placed within the concrete, continuously along the entire length of the pavement. The result is a continuous, smooth-riding surface capable of withstanding the heaviest traffic loads and the most adverse weather conditions. To extend the service life of the new concrete bays and prevent water ingress, the team then install joint sealing around the bays.
  • 9 Shifts taking place over three consecutive weekends
  • Over 113 m³ of concrete poured
  • Approximately 548 linear metres of joint sealing
  • Over 12 m³ of thin bond repairs

The LMS Team

With decades of experience, we pride ourselves on our quality of service and ability to meet our customers’ requirements.

If you have an enquiry relating to Concrete Repairs or Project Works then please give us a call on 01626 331771.