INTERMOUNTAIN SLURRY SEAL, INC.

Intermountain has been serving the needs of the Pavement Preservation industry since 1978. With over 35 years of experience, Intermountain provides a wide array of services and solutions that meet all rural and urban residential streets, US and secondary state highways, Interstate highways, Airport Pavements and commercial customer Pavement Preservation needs.

With offices located in Utah, Texas, Nevada and California, and performing work in seventeen states from Texas north to Canada and west to the pacific west coast. Intermountain is positioned to help you protect your pavement asset value.

Intermountain is a wholly owned subsidiary of Granite Construction Incorporated.

OUR PHILOSOPHY

Employees and Customers. These are our top priorities. We believe in understanding our customers' needs, partnering throughout the project, and following up to ensure long-term customer satisfaction. Similarly, we focus on our employees, recognizing that our success has been achieved through the loyalty, hard work and expertise of our people. We work hard to protect our employees through vigilant job-site safety.  Intermountain is proud of the reputation we have built, and we look forward to working with you, helping you protect your investment through pavement maintenance.

CODE OF CONDUCT

Our Core Values represent who we are. They provide without question the standard of behavior by which we conduct business. These values are the foundation of our culture and the character of Intermountain.

Our Code of Conduct embodies the vision of our company’s founders and encompasses the values that have been and will continue to be vital to Intermountain’s success. Our Core Values represent how we treat one another, deal with our customers, respond to stakeholders, and hold each other and ourselves accountable. This is the legacy we will leave for generations to come.

OUR SERVICES

CAREERS

At Intermountain, we focus on our employees, recognizing that our success has been achieved through the loyalty, hard work and expertise of our people. We work hard to protect our employees through vigilant job-site safety.

A mixture of an approved emulsified asphalt, mineral aggregate, water, and specified additives, proportioned, mixed and uniformly spread over a properly prepared surface.




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Process of applying water based paint or thermo plastic paint to existing striping configuration or to the design and layout of new striping configurations.

A mixture of polymer modified asphalt emulsion, mineral aggregate, mineral filler, water, and other additives, properly proportioned, mixed and spread on a paved surface in variable thick cross-sections which resists compaction.








Consisting of a single application of chip seal followed with a single application of slurry seal. This application is extremely cost-effective giving the end-user the best of both treatments. The cape seal treatment has been in use in California for many years on projects with long life cycles.#

A chip seal consists of a single or multiple application of emulsified asphalt and single sized cover aggregate. Excess cover aggregate is normally removed upon completion. This treatment weatherproofs and adds skid resistance properties that can be performed over base rock or asphalt pavement.




A useful, inexpensive maintenance procedure. It is a light treatment of diluted fast setting emulsified asphalt that is used to seal and rejuvenate the existing asphalt surface. This treatment is best performed to newer asphalt pavements for the best value to the end-user. This process is also used to seal and prevent loose aggregate issues in chip seals.

Asphalt Rubber Binder is a highly rubberized Field Blended material that can be spray applied and used in hot mix paving. The recycled tires that are reacted with high quality asphalt cements improve the binders overall properties allowing for higher binder content in both spray applied applications and hot mix creating a product that has been proven to last longer than conventional methods.



If new pavement is left unsealed, ultra-violet rays, moisture, freeze-thaw and inclement weather conditions can cause cracks. The cracks need to be cleaned out with compressed air then filled with a hot rubberized asphalt.