More stories about Paving

  • Rollers, pavers are operator-friendly

    The CA1300 and CA1500 soil rollers feature improved gradability so operators travel backward and up steep inclines with more confidence.

  • Retains stormwater runoff onsite

    Material provides permeable but flexible pavement that resists cracking in freeze/thaw cycles and even snowplow damage.

  • Asphalt repair for cold weather

    Crews can lay the pre-mixed material directly from the container, even at below freezing temperatures, and almost immediately open the road to traffic.

  • Expert insight for pavement performance

    The system incorporates site assessments and recommendations, design assistance including proposals and budget estimates, specifications for the MSL, and additional monitoring and advice.

  • Compactor saves fuel

    Double-drum compactor provides 3,300 vpm or 4,000 vpm, enabling the operator to maintain optimum impact spacing at faster speeds.

  • Precast pervious concrete

    Rain trickles through the open cell structure, making precast pervious concrete slabs and pavers a green infrastructure solution for managing stormwater.

  • Roller compacted concrete -RCC- test strips

    Improperly formulated and placed roller-compacted concrete is subject to surface raveling and vulnerable to freeze-thaw cycles. Use a test strip to show government customers you know what you’re doing.

  • Township is first in Pennsylvania to use RCC

    Roller-compacted concrete, which has been used for many years in other states, is just making inroads into Pennsylvania.

  • Roller-compacted concrete makes sense financially

    A city engineer’s gamble on roller-compacted concrete (RCC) is paying off with surrounding municipalities and the state DOT.

  • Roller-compacted concrete stands the test of time

    In western Nebraska, a short stretch of pavement is one of the country's longest-lasting testaments to the durability of roller-compacted concrete.