Hiway Group was an early pioneer in the use of lime and cement stabilisation of basecourse layers in Australasia, consistently creating pavements with greater strength and performance, and a longer design life.
Remediation of failed pavements
Strengthening of existing pavements
Construction of new pavements
Area-wide pavement treatments
Improving riding qualities
More cost effective than traditional methodologies
Conserves diminishing aggregate resources
Significantly reduces or eliminates excavation volumes
Quick turn-around process minimises inconvenience to the public
Can be carried out in unfavourable weather conditions
Can be trafficked almost immediately
Reduced maintenance requirements and whole-of-life costs
Significantly improved resistance to moisture and pumping of fines
No risk of shrinkage cracking
Hiway Stabilizers was an early pioneer in the use of cement and lime stabilisation of basecourse layers, consistently creating pavements with greater strength, performance, and a longer design life.
By adding small amounts of stabilising agent to an existing or new granular pavement material we can improve the performance of pavements by modifying in-situ or imported materials, utilising our proprietary binders, specialist blends, polymers or foamed bitumen.
Hiway Group has been carrying out basecourse stabilisation since 1986, developing specialist binders and polymers to enable cost-effective stabilisation for varying aggregate properties, traffic loadings or intended pavement use. Technology advances now enable us to design project specific blended stabilising agents in double or triple blends common with cement and/or lime.
Cost & Carbon Calculator
Use Hiway Group’s carbon calculator to determine your potential carbon emission offsetting and cost savings.
Design & Project Management
Hiway Group’s engineering team has extensive experience in pavement design and project management.
We offer a range of consultancy services, from pavement investigation, sampling and subgrade analysis, pavement design optimisation, carbon analysis and offsetting to evaluation and solution development for the remediation of contaminated sites.