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A Tire’s Worst Nightmare: Long Island’s Pothole Epidemic

A Tire’s Worst Nightmare: Long Island’s Pothole Epidemic

It’s one of the worst feelings on the road. It’s that seat jostling, tire cracking, “what did I just hit??”, annoyance better known as hitting a pothole, and it’s that time of the year where they are everywhere. As the rainy winter season comes to an end, commuters...

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23 Late-season Pavement Maintenance Tips

23 Late-season Pavement Maintenance Tips

By this time of the year contractors have “made their nut” and whatever work they complete from now is often “pure profit.” But late-season work is only profitable if it’s successful. Here are some tips to help make sure your late-season jobs retain that pure profit....

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Could Permeable Pavement Create New Business Opportunities?

Could Permeable Pavement Create New Business Opportunities?

The primary function of porous or permeable pavement is to allow water to run rapidly through the surface to a sub-layer, which allows general or directed drainage. Permeable asphalt and concrete are gaining awareness and acceptance in the industry as good solutions...

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6 “Safety Nets” to Improve Worker Productivity

6 problems and 6 solutions to improve job site productivity that will encourage workers to give their best effort every day Last issue we looked at threats to crew productivity that might need a "safety net" so workers can give their best effort every day. This issue...

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Why to Phase a Project in 27 Segments

Rose Paving’s Pacific Division receives Seal & Stripe: Large Job Award for staggering production to accommodate Esplanade Shopping Center tenants Sometimes it’s not the job that’s the challenge but the preparation for the job. That was the case for Rose Paving’s...

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Best Practices Placing Mix on Asphalt Joints

Once you’ve paved the first lane on a road or parking lot you’ll need to return to your starting point and pave the second pass. In the meanwhile the first lane – including the unsupported edge -- has been compacted. The edge of the first lane should have a 60-degree...

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