Construction projects can be messy. All it takes is a little rain.
After two days of rain, we measured the hardness of this Petraviam paved surface 2-months after installation and it was rock hard. On a relative scale, the Petraviam surface was 200 percent harder than wet compacted road base.
You can see the mud tracked up onto the Petraviam that is because the property owner had to use a tractor to pull a construction truck out of the mud, up onto the rock hard Petraviam surface. There were no marks on the driveway, just piles of mud to be washed away by the rain.
What did this mean for the property owner and builder? On-time completion, happier contractors and lower constuction costs.
Four months ago Trent Christianson wanted to improve access to his game and cattle ranch. Rain created mud requiring 4-wheel drive. Mud turned to dust and erosion. During Hurricane Harvey the ranch got pelted with over 9-inches of rain. Getting to the ranch on the county road required 4-wheel drive. Once on the ranch road, Trent reports the road was solid, just like a highway. Watch this customer success video as Trent recounts his Petraviam experience.
Larry Gabel owns and operates absolute demolition and an industrial park in Liberty Hill, Texas. Petraviam proved to be rock hard. Watch this 2-minute video to hear his story.
.Metco is a storage company that has enclosed and open storage for rent. With Petraviam applied, customers have easier access to their boats, trucks and recreational vehicles. With a cleaner facility, occupancy and rents improve providing a 6-month payback.
"Our facility was dusty when dry and muddy after a rain. We've seen a big improvement after the Petraviam was applied. Dust was eliminated, mud too, customers are happier and revenues are up."
General Manager, Metco
"After a really hard rain we used to have deep ruts that left mud on everyone's shoes and vehicles. After our company had Petraviam applied, rain and mud are gone. Our business runs cleaner and faster."
CFO, Outlander, Inc.
"We're a logistics company, heavy trucks and freight are key to our business. Petraviam holds up to the tractor trailers that roll in and out of here daily."
General Manager, Outlander, Inc.