The methods of constructing roads have changed a lot since the first roads were built around 4,000 BC – made of stone and timber. The first Roman roads were stone paved, built in North Africa and Europe for military operations. Road construction techniques were gradually improved by the study of road traffic, stone thickness, road alignment, and slope gradients, developing to use stones that were laid in a regular, compact design, and covered with smaller stones to produce a solid layer.
Modern roads tend to be constructed using asphalt and/or concrete and technologies are changing frequently. We have all necessary tools and equipment to run road construction work.
In our country road construction authorities are like, Roads and High ways Department, Local Government Engineering Department and city corporation.