Exceptional quality & consistency

Our sister company Morris & Perry manufacture and supply a wide range of asphalt suitable for applications such as road surfacing, car parks, pedestrian footpaths, highways, airfields, pavements and sports surfaces. Whether you require a limestone base course or high PSV wearing course, we can produce and deliver asphalt tailored to meet your exact requirements.

All asphalt produced conforms to the British and European standards and is covered by NHSS Sector 14, ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 accreditation as well as having appropriate CE marking - assuring you of the best quality materials at all times.

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Our asphalt service

Morris & Perry have been associated with hundreds of successful construction projects since the plant was installed at their Gurney-Slade site in 2001. It is only through working closely with all customers that Morris & Perry ensure they receive the service and product that suits them most. Morris & Perry pride ourselves on our efficiency and professionalism and offer constant communication to ensure we provide the best service possible.

Morris & Perry is able to offer a rapid service for loads ranging from half a tonne through to deliveries of several hundred tonnes, thereby covering everything from major construction projects through to smaller commercial or DIY applications.

  • Base Courses
  • Binding Courses
  • Regulating Courses
  • Surface Courses, including:
  • Asphalt Concrete
  • Hot Rolled Asphalt
  • Stone Masic Asphalt
  • Specialist Mixtures
  • Competitive rates
  • Professional & friendly advice

About Morris & Perry asphalt

Morris & Perry asphalt is a mixture of aggregates, binder and filler. The aggregates are crushed carboniferous limestone rock, sand or gravel. Bitumen is the binder which binds the aggregate into a cohesive mixture. Morris & Perry asphalt is commonly used in pavements, which consist of the layers above the road formation level, including both unbound and bituminous-bound materials. This layering distributes any load applied to the surface before it arrives at the formation level.

European Standards Specification