More Articles for Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT)
Sweet Ride Alabama Concrete pavement returns to Alabama with the first concrete overlay in the state. Interstate 59 through the state of Alabama was originally paved with concrete in the mid 1960s. Nearly 50 years later, the original concrete has far surpassed ...
Concrete pavement returns to Alabama with the first concrete overlay in the state Interstate 59 through the state of Alabama was originally paved with concrete in the mid 1960s. Nearly 50 years later, the original concrete has far surpassed its life ...
Fast, Dirty Water Handling the stormwater/erosion dynamic By Tina Grady Barbaccia Sediment. That’s the problem. Barry Fagan, Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) environmental program engineer and a certified professional in erosion and sediment control, says that the “construction industry spends millions of dollars each ...
Doing more with less and aggressively seeking new ways to stretch budget dollars are how many businesses respond to a tough economic climate. Federal and state highway and transportation departments are no exceptions. Fortunately, academic research and equipment technology communities ...
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