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07Oct93 UK: BRECHIN BYPASS - HENRY BOOT UPGRADES TO TWO CONCRETE LANES.

The specification for maximum depth is being tried out for the first time at the Brechin bypass, where Henry Boot (Scotland) is upgrading the existing single carriageway asphalt road to two lanes of concrete.The job is also the first trunk road executed under a design and build contract in Scotland.Boot is using a brushed texture concrete surface - its own proposal - which seems from early observations to be quieter than previous types of concrete road, as well as offering a better ...

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