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DFW Paving

All State provides the very best in DFW paving and beyond. We have daily paving projects throughout the DFW Metroplex and service all of Texas, Oklahoma, and Louisiana.
DFW Downtown paving

Types of DFW Paving Projects

All State Paving has had the opportunity to work on incredible projects throughout the DFW area. From commercial office building parking lots to large residential neighborhoods, we provide premium paving services at affordable costs. Here is just a sample of some of the work we've completed for Dallas-Fort Worth customers:
• Braniff Centre Aviation Development (Commercial Paving)
• Firewheel Towne Center (Mall Paving)
• Windsong Estates (Residential Paving)
• Other Types of Projects: Churches, Colleges, Army Bases, Parks, and Golf Courses.

Our Specialty: Asphalt Paving

We strive to provide the best services in DFW and focus much of our effort and expertise on asphalt paving. There are several benefits to using asphalt for projects including:
• 20+ year lifespan if regularly maintained.
• 100% recyclable (makes asphalt highly cost effective)
• Quick Turnaround with easily accessible materials
• Water Management - asphalt can be porous or redirect water where needed
• Improved noise reduction compared to other materials

How To Compact Asphalt Paving

One of the most important steps of our DFW projects is having the proper level of compaction to create the highest quality and longest lifespan for the pavement. For each 1% increase in air voids, there's potential for 10% of the pavement life to be lost. For this reason, we compact to 7% air voids or less to maximize how well the asphalt will perform under heavy traffic. At a molecular level, the asphalt coated aggregates found in the mix are pressed closer together and interlock better with higher levels of compaction. When compacting, the proper pressing pattern is important both longitudinally and transversely to have a uniform air void consistency across the entire pavement. The right frequency and speed of the roller along with the expertise of the operator determines if compaction is a success.

Other important factors are the temperature of the mix as it passes under the screed and the thickness of each asphalt layer. Having the roller right behind the paver helps when wind velocity and weather conditions can affect temperature. The first roller that should pass (commonly referred to as the "breakdown") after the paver is a double drum vibratory roller set to the highest frequency to compact before the temperature falls below 240ºF. The final roller pass is with a static steel wheel to maximize density and remove any marks on the asphalt before the temperature falls below 175ºF.

Operating from the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.
Serving all of Texas.