More stories about Paving

  • Road and sewer project a team effort

    City earns engineering award for multifaceted project that used three environmentally friendly asphalt rehabilitation methods.

  • Product Focus: Paving and Road Construction Equipment

    The April issue of Public Works focused on paving and road construction equipment.

  • Versatile grader and pavement smoother

    Flatliner smoothing attachment levels bumps and other irregularities by shaving the pavement surface instead of impacting it.

  • 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.

  • Mill asphalt pavement quickly

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

  • 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.

  • Asphalt compactor saves fuel

    Powered by a 20.2 hp automatic idle diesel engine that conserves fuel during inactivity, the BW90AD-5 is an ideal vibratory roller for small and medium asphalt projects.

  • Alternative to concrete risers

    The Whirlygig riser/collar system installs in less than 10 minutes and greatly facilitates quality control.