2018, Asphalt Pavements, Porous Asphalt, Sustainability

Structural Design Guidelines for Porous Asphalt Pavements (July 2018)

Often the design of porous asphalt pavements is focused on how well the pavement will handle water, not traffic. For most parking lots and light-duty surfaces this may be a reasonable approach, but as public agencies look to use full-depth porous asphalt pavements on roadways a traditional structural design methodology is needed. Written by Charles… Continue reading Structural Design Guidelines for Porous Asphalt Pavements (July 2018)

2018, Asphalt Pavements, Oregon, Sustainability

Resiliency and Sustainability

Resiliency and sustainability—some of asphalt’s greatest (but lesser-known) benefits There are plenty of reasons agencies and contractors choose to pave with asphalt—from lower lifecycle costs, to greater opportunity for minimally-invasive rehabilitation, to faster opening to the driving public. Resiliency and sustainability are two more reasons asphalt should be your pavement of choice. Resiliency When we… Continue reading Resiliency and Sustainability

2018, Asphalt Pavements, Pavement Preservation, Sustainability, Washington

The right CSOL-ution

Washington State DOT’s last-ditch play against aging pavements is a unique success Asphalt Article By David Gent, P.E. February 09, 2017   State DOTs have a primary responsibility to maximize the return on investment from the considerable public funds spent to build and maintain their highways and interstates. To manage the long-term costs of its… Continue reading The right CSOL-ution