Full Depth Reclamation or FDR is a pavement rehabilitation technique in which the flexible pavement and a predetermined portion of the underlying materials are uniformly pulverized and mixed together to produce a stabilized base course. Many times Portland, Lime or Emulsion materials are added into the FDR process to create a sturdier, longer lasting base structure.
We specialize in the removal of trees and brush using our state-of-the-art commercial tree grinders to turn any size of tree and brush into mulch. Regardless of the size of project, our team at Rose Contracting are knowledgeable and efficient at clearing, grinding, and removing any pile of trees or debris.
Chipseal is a type of pavement surface treatment that combines one or more layers of asphalt with one or more layers of aggregate. We have used this treatment in cities where they required a cheap and effective solution to revamp older asphalt city streets. We apply the Chipseal to seal the road which prevents water to penetrate through the older asphalt into the road base. Applying just a single course of chip seal can help prevent future base failures and extend your roadways life by several years.
Fog Seal is a light application of asphalt emulsion to surface of an older oxidized pavement surface. The Fog Seal Treatment is a low-cost effective way to restore flexibility and help prevent water penetration from an existing road surface.
Crack sealing has been proven to be the lowest cost pavement preservation treatment available. Crack Sealing will prevent water from seeping into the pavement, which will keep the crack from widening or causing a more serious problem such as base failures.
We offer complete excavation services for residential and commercial clients and specialize in right away clearing, site prep, commercial pads, grading, and land clearing. We are skilled in all areas of excavation, and perform our work with company-owned, state-of-the-art equipment.
Erosion is the process in which, by the action of wind or water, soil particles are displaced and transported. Erosion control is simply preventing or controlling wind or water from causing erosion of land development, river/creek banks and construction. Effective erosion controls handle surface runoff to prevent soil loss, water pollution and property loss.