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resurfacing

The placing of a supplemental surface on an existing surface to improve its conformation or to increase its strength.
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Contraflow traffic management will be installed from 8pm on Friday, February 15, to 6am on Monday, February 18, to resurface 800m of carriageway and ?
"This was a special case where the organisations were able to come together to resurface an unadopted road in the interests of public safety."
Highways England said: "A three week project to resurface both the southbound and northbound carriageways will start on Tuesday, May 29 with Monday to Friday overnight -- 8pm to 5am -- work.
Highways England project manager Kyle Maylard said: "Work to resurface the carriageway will be undertaken at night to keep disruption for motorists to a minimum.
The Highways Agency had promised to resurface the A38 Burton bypass by mid 2004, but recently told her it would be delayed for a year, she said.
A MAJOR PS1.7m project to resurface one of Liverpool's major link roads has started .
SCHEDULE A1053 Tees Dock Road 2 weeks Westbound from A1085 Westgate roundabout to A66 Cold plane & resurface - Road Closure Diversion via A1085 & C112 5:03 Plate:Composite;Date:Aug20,201212:2 weeks A1085 Trunk Road Westbound Kirkleatham Lane to west of firestation.
The company uses it to resurface areas or offer a concrete overlay for both residential and commercial customers in Texas.
Now the council has said it will resurface the road but not the pavements leaving Mr Fieldhouse furious.
Durham County Council is to resurface Freeman's Place, in Durham City, on May 27, which will affect the Sands car park.
Once that is done, the works begin again at Pall Mall to resurface each street, which should take two days each.
The spokesman said: "Whilst we appreciate that there will be some noise nuisance generated by night-time working, the contractor expects to resurface around 500 metres per night, so most properties will only be affected for two nights during the roadworks period."