The use of stone for pavement construction has been a common practice of man throughout time with satisfactory results. This is due to the countless advantages this material offers in terms of design and construction, as well as the requirements that must be met to optimize its use. This guide also explains the requirements demanded from the materials that make up the RAF pavement system as a whole, the requirements for receipt acceptance at worksite, the section calculation tools, as well as the quality controls on the finished work units. Likewise, it provides a compendium of recommendations regarding pavement conservation and maintenance, as well as cleaning techniques. This section underpins the importance of proper planning of the maintenance and cleaning operations throughout the pavement lifespan in order to get the most from the qualities offered by this fine material.