Hot Mix Asphalt Rectangle Material Area, Volume, and Tonnage Calculator

Rectangle Material Area Calculation


Hot Mix Asphalt Rectangle Material Area, Volume, and Tonnage Calculator

Our Rectangle Material Area Calculation tool is designed to streamline the process of estimating material requirements for rectangular surfaces. Whether you’re planning a construction project, paving a driveway, or laying foundations, this calculator provides you with essential measurements at your fingertips.

Key Features:

  • Easy Input: Simply enter the length, width, and thickness (depth) of your rectangular area.
  • Accurate Outputs: Receive instant calculations for square feet, cubic yards, cubic feet, and the amount of hot mix asphalt required.
  • Versatile Use: Suitable for a wide range of applications, from small-scale residential projects to large-scale commercial ventures.

Why Use Our Calculator?

Precision is crucial in any construction or renovation project. Our calculator ensures you get precise estimates, helping you optimize material usage and plan efficiently. Whether you’re a seasoned professional or a DIY enthusiast, this tool simplifies the planning process, saving you time and resources.

Dataset Values For HMA Volume, Tonnage Calculation:

Project Name Length (ft) Width (ft) Depth (in) Area (sq ft) Volume (cu ft) Volume (cu yd) Tonnage (tons)
Parking Lot A 200 100 6 20,000 10,000 370.37 2,465.12
Residential Driveway 50 12 4 600 200 7.41 49.30
Highway Section 1 500 24 8 12,000 8,000 296.30 1,974.14
School Playground 100 50 3 5,000 1,250 46.30 308.64
City Street Block 300 30 5 9,000 3,750 138.89 925.93



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I'm Steve Axton, a dedicated Asphalt Construction Manager with over 25 years of experience paving the future of infrastructure. My journey with asphalt began by studying civil engineering and learning about core pavement materials like aggregate, binder and additives that compose this durable and versatile substance. I gained hands-on experience with production processes including refining, mixing and transporting during my internships, which opened my eyes to real-world uses on roads, driveways and parking lots. Over the past decades, I have deepened my expertise in asphalt properties like viscosity, permeability and testing procedures like Marshall stability and abrasion. My time with respected construction companies has honed my skills in paving techniques like milling, compaction and curing as well as maintenance activities like crack filling, resurfacing and recycling methods. I'm grateful for the knowledge I've gained about standards from Superpave to sustainability best practices that balance longevity, cost and environmental friendliness. It's been an incredibly rewarding career working with this complex material to build the infrastructure future.