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India is rapidly developing its transportation infrastructure with major state, national highways and expressway construction projects planned across the country. The recently published guideline IRC SP 59:2019 by Indian Road Congress (IRC) and circular from MoRT&H dated 14th February 2020 allows the use of geosynthetics in pavement systems. Geosynthetics solution is provided to solve the challenges pertaining to pavement constructions and its performance. These solutions improve road performance and reduce life cycle costs.
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Name

E-mail

Phone Number

Name of the Project

Design Inputs- These are fundamental to the designing of the pavement. Please fill the values of number of lanes planned, length of the road, expected traffic loads in MSA and CBR values.

Type of road

Project Stretch (in m)

Design Traffic Loading (MSA)

CBR of Subgrade (%)

CBR of Prepared Subgrade (%)

Flexible Pavement Section Details- Please share required thickness of the pavement layers if available.

BC (mm)

DBM (mm)

Base Course (mm)

CTB (mm)

GSB (mm)

CTSB (mm)

Prepared Subgrade (mm)

Cost of Pavement Layers- Please provide the localised costs of procurement of materials if available.

Bituminous Concrete (cost in INR/Cum)

DBM (cost in INR/Cum)

BC (cost in INR/Cum)

CTB (cost in INR/Cum)

GSB (cost in INR/Cum)

CTSB (cost in INR/Cum)

Prepared Subgrade (cost in INR/Cum)

Additional Inputs