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Hot, warm, or cold? Knowing what each of these types of asphalt can do, and how and when to use them, give you more choices when it comes to maximizing budgets and road life. The one-size-fits-all-mix is increasingly rare.
Low-emission asphalt mixes are garnering much attention as "green" paving practice takes hold. Low-energy warm-mix asphalt is achieved via water-based additives, water-bearing additives, "chemical" additives and organic additives, while "cold" asphalt mixes are achieved with additives and by asphalt foam produced in a plant.
Increasing capacity by turning a wasteland Interstate median into new lane miles is never going to be easy, and way up there in terms of challenges is "access." Lane Construction comes up with a temporary bridge and ramp concept to get to its I-85 median roadbuilding work.
Plus: A modern walking bridge with a history of Appomattox.
Having your truck fleet ready for winter means starting now. It also means making sure you do the basics. But, alas, they are often over-looked. The costs of such simple oversights can be immense.