Pavers Installation Lincoln NE

This paving system is suitable for heavy traffic loads in Lincoln in cases where surface drainage is desirable, and when the units themselves show significant variation in dimension. It also is the type of paving most similar to traditional bricklaying and the one most often performed by skilled masons.

Dobson Bros Const Co Office
(402) 474-5115
410 S 7th St
Lincoln, NE
 
Constructors Inc
(402) 434-1212
1815 Y St
Lincoln, NE
 
Pester Grading Inc
(402) 890-3967
4910 N 57th St Ste B
Lincoln, NE
 
Apms Inc
(402) 610-1606
Lincoln, NE
 
Genetti Grading
(402) 466-6444
11805 N 56th St
Lincoln, NE
 
Arrow Striping Inc
(402) 477-7060
4201 W Holdrege
Lincoln, NE
 
Kehm H Const Of Lincoln Inc
(402) 464-4919
6201 Fulton Ave
Lincoln, NE
 
Cather & Sons Constr Co
(402) 466-9300
6400 N 70th St
Lincoln, NE
 
Land Construction
(402) 477-5263
5905 W O St
Lincoln, NE
 
Dustrol Inc
(402) 466-1184
7990 N 56th St
Lincoln, NE
 

Pavers Installation

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Source: Masonry Construction
Publication date: February 1, 1993

By Kenneth A. Hooker

Abstract: The use of concrete and brick paving units has increased tremendously in the last dozen years.SEGMENTAL PAVEMENT TYPESPaving units can be installed in a variety of ways, depending on the type of unit, the soil conditions on the site, and the traffic the pavement will have to bear.MORTARED PAVEMENTSBrick pavers sometimes are laid with mortared joints in a mortar bed over a rigid concrete base. This paving system is suitable for heavy traffic loads in cases where surface drainage is desirable, and when the units themselves show significant variation in dimension. It also is the type of paving most similar to traditional bricklaying and the one most often performed by skilled masons.MORTARLESS PAVEMENTSMore commonly, both clay and concrete paving units are set without mortar in a sand bed over a well-compacted but flexible aggregate base. For this type of paving, proper layout, grading, and base preparation are paramount, and the actual placement of paving units is a fairly mechanical task.

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