When are temporary construction roads needed? If a work site does not have a definite access road, or if these roads are not stable enough. This is often the case in natural landscapes, but can also occur in urban areas.
In consultation with the project organisation Debru provides the appropriate access roads for the project site. An optimal foundation with temporary construction roads provides:
- project continuity;
- safety of equipment and employees;
- safety of the surroundings;
- ground preservation.
The steel and composite plates and dragline mats distribute the pressure of heavy equipment over a broader surface area. Debru has a solution for each and every project.
Steel road plates
Steel road plates offer a number of advantages. When using heavy equipment, such as tracked vehicles, steel road plates are a safe solution. They protect both the vehicles and the ground. Whether it’s a construction site without an access road, sites where the ground is damp, projects on unstable surfaces or paving stones; our steel road plates have a wide range of uses.
COMPOSITE road plates
Is the ground complex and/or are there specific requirements in terms of durability? Then opt for composite road plates. Difficult terrain such as grasslands, marshes, fields or other ecologically fragile areas require extra protection. In this case composite road plates are a logical and cost-saving solution.
Composite road plates are also a good option for events.
Dragline mats are mainly used for construction projects. Besides this usage, Debru provides dragline mats for:
- Access roads with extra grip for large machinery with wheels and/or crane cranes;
- The positioning of pile drivers or cranes;
- Production floors for extra ground pressure distribution (to prevent peak load);
- Bridge constructions
- Wharf protection;