Asphalt Paving Blog

5 Important Factors of an Asphalt Overlay

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Jun 17, 2014

Asphalt overlays make up a significant portion roadway paving work done today. The surface preparation for an overlay project is dependent on the condition, type, and elevation of the existing pavement. The pavement should be structurally intact, level, clean and capable of bonding to the overlay. To meet these prerequisites, the existing pavement is usually repaired, leveled, cleaned and then coated with a binding agent.

Here are five factors to consider when determining if an asphalt overlay is a good solution for your parking lot.

Installing Glas-Grid and Paving the Final Layers to Finish the Road - Part 5 of 5

Posted by Riley Stendel on Jun 4, 2014

Wolf Paving completed the 2.75-mile Coffee Road municipal paving project in New Berlin, Wisconsin.  There were four phases of the municipal project, pre-determined by the City of New Berlin. The project included widening and straightening the road, strengthening the base through the use of geo-textile fabric and Glas-Grid reinforcing pavement mesh, and applying the new asphalt pavement along the entire road. The project began in April 2013 and was completed in October 2013.

Wolf Paving Municipal Asphalt Paving Project in New Berlin, WI

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Aug 5, 2013

Residential and commercial paving projects aren’t the only types of projects Wolf Paving tackles. They are currently working on Coffee Road in New Berlin, WI.

Wolf Paving is proudly partnering with a variety of contractors for this project:

  • All-Ways Contractors  
  • Century Fence
  • Con-Cor
  • LandTech Surveying
  • Highway Light and Landscape 
  • PMI
  • T.P. Concrete
  • Northway Fence
  • Mega-Rentals New Berlin

A Brief History on Asphalt Pavement

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Aug 7, 2012

Asphalt is closely associated with modern life, but did you know it’s actually an ancient, naturally occurring material with a rich history? 

Wisconsin's Top Rated Hunt Club Chooses Wolf Paving - CASE STUDY

Posted by Jeff Coon on Jan 13, 2012

Milford Hills Hunt Club is the leading hunt club in Wisconsin with a proud 5-star rating. Located in Johnson Creek, Wisconsin, they have been serving Milwaukee, Madison, and surrounding areas for 17 years with over 400 acres of land. More than just a hunt club, they host many corporate and special events, as wells as weddings and celebrations. The club also has a full restaurant and bar open to the public.