At TINKA POINT, we don’t just rush into building roads, ours is a painstaking approach that takes into account the little details involved to ensure that the roads we do stand the test of time. Behind every engineering feat there is an idea, a design and a construction project. When a project is efficiently, construction sites are safe and reliable materials are used.
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Site Clearing

When the site is located in a wooded area, the first operation is to clear all timber, standing or fallen, if camouflage is necessary, trees or brush outside the designated cleared area should not be removed. Construction equipment operations are usually the most rapid and efficient means of clearing a site

Bulk Earthworks

Bulk earthworks include the removal, moving or adding of large quantities of soil or rock from a particular area to another. They are done in order to make an area a suitable height and level for a specific construction purpose

Storm Water Drainage

Storm water is water that originates during precipitation events. Storm water can soak into the soil, be held on the surface and evaporate, or runoff and end up in nearby streams, rivers or other water bodies. In natural landscapes such as forest, the soil absorbs much of the storm water and plants helps to hold storm water close to where it falls

Surface Drainage

A subsurface drainage is a perform-able conduit, such a tile, pipe or tubing, installed below the ground surface to intercept, collect, and/or convey drainage water.

Layer Works

Roads are exposed to particularly high stresses when the water contained in the pavement structure begins to freeze, water expands when freezing, which can lead to frost damage that will sooner or later have an impact also on the road surface

In Site Recycling of Layers

Recycling of pavements is a technique whereby an existing degraded pavement is modified and transformed into a homogeneous structure that can support the traffic requirements


Road surface is the durable surface material laid down on an area intended to sustain vehicular or foot traffic, such as a road or walkway in the past. Gravel road surfaces, cobblestone and granite setts were extensively used but these surfaces have mostly been replaced by asphalt or concrete laid on a compacted base course

Retaining Walls

A retaining wall is a stabilizing structure used to hold sloping ground in place and to prevent the erosion and the movement of soil. It must be substantial and study enough to accommodate and redistribute the lateral pressure caused by slopping ground


Traffic signs are signs erected at the side of or above roads to give instructions or provide information to road users. With traffic volumes increasing daily, pictorial signs are important to overcome language barriers, and enhance traffic safety


Road marking of road markings on paved surfaces. Road marking usually can be divided into three categories: thermoplastic paint, cold paint and two component paint type, depending on the coatings, road surface marking is any kind of device or material that is used on a road surface in order to convey official information


Guard rail or guardrail, sometimes referred to as guide rail or railing, is a system to keep people or vehicles from (in most cases unintentionally) straying into dangerous or off limits areas.


Roads are exposed to tremendous loads that will sooner or later leave their marks on them. A time will come when every road will be in need of a general overhaul. But no two damage patterns are alike. Road rehabilitation techniques are unique as different approaches are applied depending on the nature of the road


Replacing the pavement is one of the standard methods in road rehabilitation. Replacing the pavement is a standard procedure when repairing roads. The using of the appropriate machine, we ensure that only the damaged layers of the road structures are removed and avoid disruptions to traffic at the same time