More stories about RoadWorks

  • Big Data affects traffic

    Seven steps for addressing the collective impact of Big Data before it's too late.

  • Intelligent streetlighting

    Your community's streetlights are the real key to creating a wide-ranging, low-cost communications system.

  • Triad Award Winner: Pena Boulevard

    After years of patchwork and repairs, Pena Boulevard near Denver International Airport was replaced with concrete pavement containing portland-limestone cement.

  • Asphalt and concrete reconstruction & repair products

    These products will help public works departments place and maintain long-lasting asphalt and concrete pavement that meets federal, state, and local environmental regulations.

  • Jaw crusher and cone crusher

    The J-1175 dual-power jaw crusher and C-1540 dual-power cone crusher are electrically driven but equipped with an onboard gen-set so crews can set up a crushing and screening train anywhere.

  • Mill asphalt pavement quickly

    Mill pavement at conventional speeds to save fuel or run faster to finish the job sooner.

  • Quick-change application system

    Brooms come in 2 1/2-in. polypropylene, 3-in. horsehair, and 3-in. Tampico. Squeegees are 60 durometer 3-in.-by-5/16-in. neoprene rubber.

  • Concrete mix sets fast

    Made with alkali-resistant fiberglass fibers for crack and corrosion resistance, the concrete mix reaches 1,000 psi in three hours and 3,000 psi in 24 hours.

  • Screed endgates

    Rather than replacing the entire endgate, the V3’s easy-on, easy-off platform saves asphalt paving time by allowing crews to quickly swap attachment shoes.

  • Electric heater keeps asphalt pliant

    Lo-Density storage tank heaters dissipate controlled heat as low as three watts per square inch to prevent coking and damage to asphalt, light and heavy fuel oils, diesel, biodiesel, lube oils, hydraulic fluids, resins/epoxies, and anything else sensitive to high temperatures.