When evaluating the true cost of a road rehabilitation project, it is important to not only consider construction costs, but also indirect factors that can have a major impact on the overall value of a project.
Quasco's rubblization process is approximately 50% less expensive than the traditional replacement approach.
Reduces Lost Productivity
Since rubblization is 5 times faster than traditional methods, roads renewed this way are closed for significantly shorter periods of time. Depending on the number of vehicles that travel on a particular road, the cost savings associated with minimizing downtime can be exponential.
Minimizes Environmental Costs
Rubblization is essentially an in-place recycling process. Because the existing concrete is fractured and re-used as the base for the rehabilitated road, environmental costs associated with hauling and dumping are eliminated.