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Moreton Bay Regional Council
Decomposed Granite and Asphalt Path Details
– Ensure mown height of grass and garden
areas finish 25mm below adjacent pavement
– Ensure even grade crossfall min . 1 :50 to path .
– Ensure asphalt paths are located in accordance
with o detailed landscape pion .
– Path surface treatment to be BCC type 1
asphalt – refer BCC ‘Reference specifications
for civil engineering works’ S310 – Supply of
– Prepare sub-grade, scarify and dry mix 40
(fines) special roodbose with cement ratio 10:1
to blend. Spread evenly. Water lightly.
– Paths & pavement areas to comply with
Australian standards and council requirements
for access & mobility (AS 1428).
– All dimensions in millimetres.
– Compact subgrade and deco material
separately not less than 95% maximum dry
density as determined by the modified
compaction test as defined in AS1289 for the
upper 150mm. Avoid compaction around base
of any trees.
Ensure subbose profile forms the required
drainage falls when the surface is laid .
Surface Construction :
The following steps ore suggested and will need l
to be repeated to achieve FSL:
Place and rake evenly approximately 30mm J!
of decomposed granite material.
Add soil stabiliser ‘DUSTAC’ or SOILTAC (or .le
approved equivalent) at o rate j
recommended by manufacturer OR e
alternatively rake through cement at 5%
Moisten the material and compact using o J
vibrating roller. The roller should not weigh
more than 30Kg.
– The finished surface shall be free from stones ]
If at time of construction, the sub – grade
strength is such that it is penetrating /
infiltrating the class 2 grovel layer during
compaction, a BCC type 3 geotextile is to be
placed between the grovel and the sub-grade.