From elegant slate to intricate hand-laid pavers, StreetPrint can cost-effectively produce any architectural design or decorative accent. Whether you’re building new construction, renovating, or upgrading, StreetPrint technology can beautify your blacktop surfaces. Choose from one of our standard colors or create your own color.
This revolutionary paving process combines the strength of cement with the flexibility of asphalt through state-of-the-art acrylic polymer technology. With proven worldwide performance in extreme weather conditions, StreetPrint has the lowest maintenance costs of any other decorative paving system. Designers of hardscape and streetscape projects have much more freedom with StreetPrint than with traditional materials like brick.
What is StreetPrint?
- StreetPrint is a proprietary technology and application process that produces the authentic look of brick, slate, stone or other designs directly onto an asphalt base.
- StreetPrint combines the flexibility and strength of asphalt with cutting-edge coating technologies. The result is an economical, durable surface that requires minimal maintenance.
- StreetPrint also offers an ideal solution to protect your community with safe, practical and attractive ways to direct pedestrian and vehicular traffic flow.
With StreetPrint you can:
- Safely channel pedestrian and vehicular traffic with raised or level medians
- Create custom pathways to public buildings and facilities
- Beautify sidewalks, plazas and play areas
- Enhance public awareness of your brand
- Best of all, StreetPrint is fast, efficient and affordable.
In addition to StreetPrint, we also use ADBRUF materials. The company produces a polymer-modified aggregate material is ideal for crosswalks, tree pits and porous pavement applications.
APCON was one of the first, and still one of the only paving companies in the Delaware Valley to offer StreetPrint technology. To learn more, please contact us today at 1-800-887-2222 or 215-672-8000 or email us to learn more about installing StreetPrint pavement in the Philadelphia area.