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Experience, type of soil, method specification and available equipment are all part of making this decision. (Editor’s note: This excerpt first appeared in The Cat Paving Products Guide to Soil Compaction. The book is available on Amazon.com and through participating Cat ...
Whether it’s dense-graded, open-graded or gap-graded mix or stone-matrix asphalt, don’t forget their impact on compaction. Many contractors look to temperature when contemplating compaction needs. Yet, some off-site specifications also have a significant impact on the jobsite. These include mix design ...
According to equipment industry leaders, successful paving projects at night start with three things: planning, planning and planning. By Mike Anderson Working all night” may sound like a long, drawn-out sentence for anyone punching a clock. For a paving crew, it’s anything ...
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