Gravel Resheeting is the process of applying a layer of gravel (usually about 150mm) to a section of unsealed road.
The steps in gravel resheeting are:
In most cases for most purposes gravel resheeting is considered to be a renewal and therefore capital in nature.
There are a couple of exceptions to this rule.
Gravel roads need to be resheeted on a regular basis typically every 5-20 years.
The table below shows the useful life for gravel resheets adopted by a number of Councils. Please feel free to add your Councils information.
|Infrastructure Asset Useful Lives Report||5-20 years|
|Bundaberg Regional Council||12 years|
|Gympie Regional Council||10 years|
|Wentworth Shire Council||25 years|
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