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Time and resource-saving soil and ​pavement reclamation services.

BUILDING TOGETHER

FULL-DEPTH RECLAMATION 
SOIL STABILIZATION

Our unique combination of equipment allows us to offer cost-effective
cutting edge technology for pavement rehabilitation, including full depth
reclamation is ideally suited for small to medium-sized projects.

Innovative

We employing Lean Construction practices on our projects to create a better environment for our employees and partners, and deliver better value to our customers.

Reclamation
Recycling
Stabilization

We are changing the way we think about the building process and are able to achieve significant cost and schedule savings for our clients.

CUTTING EDGE TECHNOLOGY

We Offer a Wide Range of Solutions

A.DELUCA RECLAMATION
Our unique combination of equipment allows us to offer cost-effective cutting edge technology for pavement rehabilitation, including full depth reclamation is ideally suited for small to medium-sized projects.

What we do

SERVICES

Our company offers a variety of services to meet your project’s needs, to take you from collaboration meetings all the way to ribbon-cutting and beyond. We believe that ev​ery project is unique, and can customize our approach to fit your particular project.

FDR

FDR is a pavement rehabilitation method that involves recycling an existing pavement and its underlying layer into a new base layer.

Soil
Stabilization

Construction sites with unsuitable soil that yields to loading because of moister content or soil type can be modified.

Pavement
Rehabilitation

Pavement Rehabilitation by pulverization of pavement structure and blending with underlying aggregates.

Site Material

Site Material and soil shredding. Job site​s often have soils mixed with debris and rock which is unsuitable for use even in landscape areas.

FDR is a pavement rehabilitation method that involves recycling an existing pavement and its underlying layer into a new base layer.
This process begins with using a reclaimer to pulverize the existing deteriorated pavement and mixing it with a portion of the base, subbase, and sometimes subgrade to obtain a uniform blend.
Portland cement is then added and mixed into the blend as a stabilizing agent to provide an upgraded material which is then graded and compacted in place. The result is a stiff stabilized base with increased structural capacity and ready for a new pavement layer.

SOIL STABILIZATION with or without stabilizing agents.
Construction sites with unsuitable soil that yields to loading because of moister content or soil type can be modified. The process of mixing the wet upper layer with the dry underlying material can help achieve a moister content that is suitable for compaction. In cases where moister content is very elevated, lime may be mixed into the soil to begin the drying process. Other soils can be permanently stabilized with Portland cement and be made load-bearing and ready for pavement.

Pavement Rehabilitation by pulverization of pavement structure and blending with underlying aggregates and compacting to
form a granular layer ready for paving. Improved gradation increases structural capacity. No stabilizing agent was added.