Polymer based bituminous reinstatement system used on A417 roundabout
How's that for a headline?
What we really mean is that our road repair team have been out to use a special technique known as Paco-patching, which is designed specifically to deal with areas around road drains that have taken a hammering from traffic leaving them lose with the surrounding road surface crumbling.
The pictures show the results of paco-patching work on the A417 Faringdon roundabout to A4508 near Stanford in the Vale.
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