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    A Texas city requires developers to test soil for water content before designing and building roads.

  • Mining for savings

    Cold in-place recycling stretches road funds because crushed materials are used onsite rather than hauled away.

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  • Save asphalt–up the RAP

    It may be time to consider means for increasing RAP content of asphalt pavement mixes even further, especially in light of the increasing oil prices that directly affect the cost of asphalt.

  • Concrete repairs: Fast and long-lasting

    Repair and maintenance often play a role in the pavement selection process.

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  • Automating asphalt compaction

    Virtually all roller manufacturers in the U.S. market are removing the art from asphalt compaction and making it more of a science. BOMAG Americas, the Hamm Compaction Division (Wirtgen America), Ammann America, and Sakai all offer some version of intelligent compaction.

  • Utility microsurgery

    Those who embrace the innovation of small-hole or keyhole technology are achieving benefits and cost-savings for themselves, their stakeholders, and the municipalities where they operate.

  • Creative contracting

    There's nothing small about the plan known as Better Jacksonville. But the largest, most costly, and potentially most publicly disruptive part of the Better Jacksonville program is the roads improvement portion.