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Granite in roadworks

   
 

Granite, an intrusive rock with granular structure, composed of quartz, feldspar and other minerals, is well known for its resistance to compression, freezing and chemical aggressions. It has always been used in roadworks, namely for paving roads, squares, public spaces and street furniture.

The use of granite in modern roadworks comprises of several standard products:

 
 
  • KERBS
  • PAVING SLABS
  • SETTS
  • VEHICLE ENTRANCES
  • GULLIES FOR RAINWATER DRAINAGE
  • MANHOLE COVERS
  • GRILLS FOR RAINWATER DRAINAGE
  • FOUNTAINS
  • STEPS
  • BENCHES AND OTHER ITEMS OF STREET FURNITURE, AS WELL AS ELEMENTS STUDIED DURING THE DESIGN OR CONSTRUCTION PHASES
   
  Information about granites : kerbs - slabs - setts - other items - colours - references

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