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We are the leading road maintenance company specialising in innovative solutions for pothole prevention and repair.
With a focus on carbon efficiency, our cutting-edge Roadmaster Spray Injection Patching machines deliver in terms of economy, safety and reliability.
We don't just build the best-in-class road repair machines. We provide the entire solution.
The Roadmaster® delivers significantly lower cost per tonne compared to both traditional and other velocity patching methods. The capacity of the Roadmaster® allows for a full day of operation – up to 10 tonnes per load of chips and two loads of chips per day.
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We not only provide exceptional equipment, but solid processes and know-how backed by decades of expertise, enabling us to deliver safer and more efficient road maintenance solutions for councils and contractors for now and in the future.
Velocity patchers are a vital tool in road operations and Cork County Council has invested in 15 Archway Velocity Patchers that operate all over the county. Archway have provided excellent training and guidance on the best use of the velocity patchers for our operations. We have always found Archway professional and pleasant to deal with and they are always available to help with any issues we may have.
We trained everyone we could, from senior management to our operators. The training was a game changer! We went from people not wanting to see a Velocity Patcher to fighting to be the one driving it. That is why we have constant demand for our Velocity Patcher Fleet now. Everyone understands that it doesn't just fil the hole, it works on a range of road issues and the fix lasts!
Powys County Council has the largest highway network in Wales, amounting to more than 5000 kms of largely rural roads. We have worked with Archway Roadmaster® for several years now, and the Roadmaster® machines are now an essential part of our toolkit for highway maintenance, providing a viable solution to decreasing budgets and the increasing repair demand of a large rural network.
In Mayo we have an extensive road network involving 6,600 KMs. The work of the Archway Velocity Patcher unit is crucial to ensure that we maintain our road network to the highest standard possible. Also, during the resent Covid-19 pandemic, the fact that the unit can be operated by a single operative was instrumental in ensuring that the Council was able to comply with Covid health and safety protocols, including social distancing requirements. The work of the patching unit is highly valued here in Mayo and so much so that we recently purchased an additional unit from Archway Products. We find the level of service from the team at Archway second to none. The public and our Councillors are very interested in the on-going work of the velocity patchers and the Councillors raise with me continuously as to when the unit will be in their area. With the ongoing impact of climate change and the severity of recent extreme weather events our road network is coming under more pressure and the fact that the patching unit can be deployed all year round is pivotal to repairing potholes and other road defects.
In Clare we are finding the Archway Patching units crucial during the current Covid-19 crisis as they can be operated by a single operative safely from the cab of the lorry to carry out maintenance repairs to potholes or other defects on the road network. We really see the benefit of having the self-loading hi-ab and clamshell on our larger unit where the driver can come into the MD area yards early in advance of other staff and he can load the stone chips and Bitumen using the Archway patching unit without having to operate any other plant or machinery. This is extremely important to combat the spread of this virus and self-distancing from other employees in the work place.
The 7.5 tonne maintenance pickups with the bitumen units fitted with a lance have had to be stood down during current restrictions as they require minimum 3 operatives and we cannot comply with safe distancing requirements in the cab using these smaller patching operations.
The machinery yard in Clare are currently looking forward to receiving our 3rd Archway velocity patching unit to provide the extra capacity required to remove the need for the smaller 7.5 tonne maintenance pickups currently in place.
It is our belief that the Archway units provide a better maintenance repair to the potholes and defects on the public roads and is more productive than the smaller 7.5 tonne pickup and requires less employees to operate resulting in the redeployment of more staff to carry out other essential maintenance to our road network.
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