Overlays and Toppings

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County Abandons 'Worst First' Pavement Repair Program

Deputy Director Greg Kelley, PE, explains how Public Works invests taxpayer dollars to maintain 7,400 lane miles of paved roads located within 137 miles of noncontiguous islands spread out over Los Angeles County's 400 square miles. (Sorry we couldn't give you an easier format to read.) More

2016 Triad Award winner: Avoiding a slippery slope
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2016 Triad Award winner: Avoiding a slippery slope

The winning 2016 Triad Award project combines durability, sustainability, and... More

2016 Triad Award winner: Interstate-80 Rehabilitation in Utah
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2016 Triad Award winner: Interstate-80 Rehabilitation in Utah

The winning 2016 Triad Award project combines durability, sustainability, and... More

Pavement protection
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Pavement protection

Three components that will make or break your crew’s sealcoating productivity. More

Fighting public urination
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Fighting public urination

Pee-repellant coating gives whizzers a taste of their own medicine. More

RCC: versatile and durable
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RCC: versatile and durable

Four new applications for roller compacted concrete (RCC) pavement. More

Roller compacted concrete: the next paving alternative
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Roller compacted concrete: the next paving alternative

Using RCC helped eliminate many of the traditional problems associated with... More

RCC helps with tight state budgets
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RCC helps with tight state budgets

More state DOTs are offsetting tight budgets and volatile commodity prices with... More

Grade changes threaten road project deadline
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Grade changes threaten road project deadline

Small changes on big projects can lead to a great deal of extra work. This was the... More

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