Many airport runways, taxiways, and aprons are constructed of asphalt pavements. The performance of the surface is critical to the safe operation of the aircraft and asphalt's speed of construction makes it an ideal choice for rehabilitation of busy aviation facilities. With careful design, asphalt can withstand the high demands of airfield sites.
Hallet Motor Speedway is one of many racetracks across America that has benefitted from asphalt smoothness and quick speed of construction. After opening in 1976, the track was beginning to show its age. A quick construction turnaround ensured a safe surface for a highly technical racecourse in time for opening day.