keyboard_arrow_upConcrete block paving proves cost-effective
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An independent survey conducted in Gauteng on behalf of the Concrete Manufacturers Association (CMA) last year shows that concrete block paving (CBP) is, in most instances, a more cost-effective surfacing option for driveways, car parks, residential streets and township roads than premix asphalt paving (PAP). The survey also found CBP to be more cost-effective for light and heavy duty industrial yards, bus terminals and through-roads in urban areas. The results of the survey have been published by the CMA in an updated leaflet, previously published in 2007.