Twenty years ago Velocity pioneered spray-injection patching, an innovative technique used for corrective and preventative highways maintenance. Velocity Patching permanently repairs potholes at a fraction of the cost of traditional techniques, with each machine capable of repairing up to 200 defects per day. Velocity Patching has become an established technique used by local authorities and maintenance contractors throughout the country. As well as operating a fleet in the UK, Velocity design and manufacture the most advanced spray-injection patching machine for domestic customers and export globally.
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Velocity’s work with Brent involves an ambitious project to carry out preventative maintenance on every residential street in the borough.
The latest addition to the fleet allows their innovative process to be used on the most constricted parts of the road network.
Velocity have been able to adapt their approach to be able to keep providing a service to local authorities, repairing over 50,000 potholes during the lockdown period.
Road repair specialist Velocity has launched a new highway preservation service aimed at the UK’s local road network.
Commencing at the start of the COVID-19 lockdown, two of Velocity’s spray-injection patching machines have been working throughout the county, carrying out a mix of emergency works, reactive and preventative maintenance to the road network.
Local roads in Newbury have received an extension to their lifespan in an initiative to trial innovative treatments by the local authority.
The London Borough of Brent has completed an ambitious two-year programme to rid the roads of potholes and defects using Velocity Patching.
Four of the most advanced road repair machines on the market are on their way to Bangladesh after being designed and manufactured by Velocity.
Members of LCRIG are also provided with a Member Profile. This service provides each member with the opportunity to share their organisation’s details, job opportunities, news, videos and links to key information. Members are also able to request for LCRIG to facilitate communication between members and the wider highways community.