ACCOMPANIED BY MR. LUCA ALBERIGHI, VENETO AREA AGENT FOR ATLAS COPCO ITALY, ROAD CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT DIVISION, THE ITALIAN MAGAZINE STRADE & AUTOSTRADE MET SURVEYOR SEBASTIANO PASTORELLI, SITE MANAGER FOR A.E.B. COSTRUZIONI GENERALI SRL.
The work consists of routine maintenance at the Treviso Bypass. The client is Veneto Strade SpA. Work began on September 26 and ended on October 7, and is part of a frame- work agreement with the contracting authority, Veneto Strade SpA, for a period of 18 months from the delivery date. This has kept A.E.B. Costruzioni Generali busy with routine main- tenance of road surfaces under the customer’s supervision.
It was a glorious day in early autumn. Work had been under way for a few days at the site, which already had a completed stretch of 4.5 km on the Treviso Bypass, on the section lead- ing to Silea. Three Dynapnac machines were working on re-paving and compaction on a mat width of 4.8 to 6 meters. The equipment was operating at a brisk pace and in a well- organized manner. The new six-wheel-drive SD2500WS finisher was being regularly fed by 35-ton trucks and was spreading a uniform 3 cm layer of Split Mastix Asphalt at a temperature of around 175 °C. The high modulus asphalt came from a plant located about 20 km away.
Afterwards , one of the latest generation Dynapac CC2300 rollers was used, and with the help of a CC222HF compacted the mat evenly in just a few passes, with high frequency and low amplitude.
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