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New Law Permits 100 Percent RAP on Streets

Daniel C. Brown - Sep 05, 2014

New Law Permits  100 Percent  RAP on Streets

By Daniel C. Brown, Contributing Editor   Effective on Jan. 1, 2015, the New York City Department of Transportation will allow asphalt mixes containing 100 percent reclaimed asphalt pavement (RAP) to be used on city streets. The city government has also ruled ...

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In Court

Better Roads Staff - Jan 09, 2013

In Court

Conflict in a Contract?   Court makes an ‘equitable adjustment’ ruling despite a ‘no damages for delay’ provision.   By Brian Morrow     A general principle of contract interpretation is that contracts are to be read and interpreted as a whole, giving a reasonable meaning to ...

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Conflict in a contract?

Tina Grady Barbaccia - Jan 01, 2013

Conflict in a contract?

Conflict in a Contract? Documentation key to “equitable adjustment” ruling despite a “no damages for delay” provision (For a downloadble PDF of this "In Court," click here.) A general principle of contract interpretation is that contracts are to be read and interpreted ...

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N.C. DOT approves Tensar’s ARES and Mesa Retaining Wall Systems

Tina Grady Barbaccia - Feb 18, 2011

N.C. DOT approves Tensar’s ARES and Mesa Retaining Wall Systems

Tensar International, a manufacturer or geosynthetic soil reinforcement and stabilization, has received full approval with the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) for its ARES and Mesa Retaining Wall Systems. As of Jan. 31, 2011, the NCDOT requires that companies submit ...

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