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Semi Rigid Pavement

 Comparison of Road Structural Layers For High Volume Roads


This is the overall comparison of our road structural layers with the conventional structural layers. Instead of constructing the 3 granular layers for the roadbase we replace it with our GTechCon Base Layer which will be 300mm lesser in comparison to the conventional method. We also replace the binder course and the wearing course with our own GTechCon binder course with grouting. Therefore with GTechCon Road System we will be looking at significant cost saving of about 30% comparing to the conventional road system while achieving the same structural strength.

GTechCon Road System is able to cater for high volume roads because of its special technology that enables it to construct GTechCon Base Layer up till 500mm in thickness, which possess the same load bearing capacity as asphalt pavement. However, GTechCon Road System is far more cost effective and faster to construct. Only minimal maintenance is required with our road system compare to the conventional roads over the years.

GTechCon Road System is designed to comply with American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO). Our design procedure is based on the cumulative expected load applications during the analysis period. The Consultation Service Department handled the problem of mixed traffic by first adopting 18,000 lb (18-kip @ 80 kN) single-axle load as a standard and then further developing a series of "equivalence factor" for each axle weight group.


Engineering Properties of GTechCon TM Road System

  • Strength – increased strength and bearing capacity;
  • Volume stability - controlled swell-shrink characteristics caused by moisture changes;
  • Durability – increased lifespan;
  • Permeability – Reduced / Eliminated water absorption by soil particles



No.Comparable PropertiesAsphalt Flexible PavementConcrete Rigid Pavement Semi Rigid Pavement - GTechCon TM Road System
1. Resistance to Rutting / Deformation Poor Good Good
2. Skid Resistance Good Poor Good
3. Resistance to Petroleum Products, Oil & Chemical Poor Good Good
4. Resistance to Moisture Damage Poor Good Good
5. Maintenance / Repair Difficulty Easy Difficult Easy
6. Design Life Span Short Very Long Long
7. Flexural Strength Low High High
8. Expansion / Contraction Joints Not Required Required Not Required
9. Open to Traffic 24 Hours 0.3 till 3 Months Flexible
10. Construction Duration Long Extremely Long Extremely Short
11. Construction Cost Medium High Low
12. Maintenance Cost Medium High Low


Technical Comparison between GTechCon Road System and other Road System

No.Technical ComparisonGTechCon Road SystemOTHER Road System
1. Base Layer Thickness 300mm 120mm
2. Unconfined Compressive Strength (UCS) Average 4 MPa Average 1 MPa
3. California Bearing Ratio (CBR) Minimum 80% Average 30%
4. Surface Dressing Layer 50 mm Hot Mix Asphalt 6 mm Chip Seal Layer
5. Construction Machineries a) Soil Stabilizer Machine to mix in-situ soils
b) Powder Distributor Machine to spread GTC Custom-Made Chemical Blend Mix evenly
a) Farm Tractor / Rotorvator to mix in-situ soils
b) Manual spreading of Soil Stabilizer
6. Pavement Road Design In Compliance with American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO). No proper pavement design.
7. Products Differences GTC Custom-Made Chemical Blend Mix is designed to stabilize majority types of soils until its optimum strength! Soil Stabilizer are fix formula for all types of soil.
8. Soil Treatment Techniques Combines all four soil treatment techniques namely Physical, Mechanical, Chemical and Biological treatment. Implement Physical and Chemical treatment only.
9. Quality Control Testing during Construction Very comprehensive quality control testing such as the following:-
a) Field Density Test
b) In-Situ Moisture Content Test
c) Field CBR Test
d) Spreading Rate Check
e) Proctor Compaction Test
f) Dynamic Cone Penetrometer Test
Insufficient of quality control testing.