Please welcome new HAPI member Hawaiian Rock Products Corporation located in Guam. Hawaiian Rock Products Corporation (HRP) presently does business on the islands of Guam and two Islands of the Northern Marianas, Saipan and Tinian. HRP was formed in 1958 by Dillingham Corporation. It was purchased by Mitsubishi Cement Corporation Development (MCCD) in 1990. HRP… Continue reading New HAPI Member – Hawaiian Rock Products Corporation
The Winter 2021 issue of Centerline has arrived with news from the Asphalt Pavement Association of Oregon. Some GOOD news from 2020: APAO members large and small proved that they care about their neighbors and will help in times of need. Some examples are:- Industry Safety: CRH posted a COVID-19 safety video to YouTube that… Continue reading APAO Centerline – Winter 2021
FHWA has recently published a series of four Technical Briefs developed in cooperation with the University of Nevada Reno. These Technical Briefs provide an overview of FHWA’s demonstration project on Enhancing Durability of Asphalt Pavements Through Increased In-place Density. The overall objective of the demonstration project was to show that additional density could be obtained… Continue reading FHWA Technical Briefs – FHWA’s Asphalt Density Demonstration Project
From the January 11, 2021 issue of CalAPA Asphalt Insider Gov. Gavin Newsom on Friday unveiled his proposed state budget for the 2021-22 fiscal year that begins on July 1, a record $227 billion spending plan that reflects the state’s revenues have largely avoided the most-feared impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. Spending on construction remains… Continue reading Governor releases record $227 billion state budget for 2021-22
This handy 6-page Fact Sheet funded by Colorado Asphalt Pavement Association (CAPA) explains asphalt pavement material production (APM) and that emissions from APM facilities do NOT pose a risk to public health even at locations as close as 100 feet from an APM facility. This document was developed for CAPA by environmental consultant Tetra Tec… Continue reading Breathing Easy With The Asphalt Production Industry
In 2020, the Hawaii Asphalt Pavement Industry (HAPI) started their HAPI Shorts – Lunch Time Lessons program, consisting of weekly 30 to 40-minute presentations via a Zoom meeting. Last year they conducted 21 sessions with 13 unique subjects. Presentations were done by their executive director and a variety of guest speakers. The various sessions attracted… Continue reading HAPI Shorts – Lunch Time Lessons
Did you miss the EDC-6 summit was conducted virtually in December 2020? Now is your opportunity to watch it on demand. The summit included over 3000 attendees from State DOTs, local agencies, federal land management agencies, tribes and industry--to encourage creative thinking, and celebrate a shared vision for new opportunities. Click here for addition information,… Continue reading Every Day Counts Virtual Summit – Available On-Demand
Any streets painted in your neighbor? Lane Lane Studios artist Kai‘ili Kaulukukui painted this 3,000-square-foot mural directly on Auahi Street, between Keawe and Coral Streets in Honolulu.Click here for KHON2 Report.Click here for Pacific Business News report (subscription required for full story) Photo courtesy of Pacific Business News.
Green public procurement (GPP) initiatives in the U.S.A. rely on the use of environmental product declarations (EPDs) of construction materials, including asphalt pavements. EPDs are not required by Federal laws or regulations. A recent study summarizes the current EPD developments and their uses to help achieve environmental benefits effectively. For more information, contact authors.
This quarter's edition of the CP2 Center News is chock full of good information, references, upcoming training etc. (click here for your copy of the newsletter) IN THIS ISSUE- Pavement Preservation AcademyASPHALT PAVEMENT NEWS- Winter Pavement Maintenance Tips- Caltrans I-5 Rehab Project- Caltrans & Partner Worker Safety- CIR Webinar Highlights- AASHTO ETF Update- Recycled Plastic… Continue reading CP2 Center News – December 2020 Issue