From ancient times until the 1920s pavement structures were based on experience. Stone-paved streets originating 6,000 years ago in Mesopotamia (modern-day Iraq), were later followed by the Romans constucting more elaborte stone paved roads with thick crushed base laters for drainage.
AAPA Chair Lance Lamberth recently presented ArDOT Director Lorie Tudor with a coveted 2019 APA Perpetual Pavement Award for a US Highway 79 project in Jefferson County.
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This relevant, informative blog is managed by the Asphalt Pavement Alliance (APA) Pacific Coast Regional Council and draws information from state asphalt pavement associations and asphalt mix producers in the region. “The blog gives a great overview of what asphalt paving companies are doing from Southern California to the Pacific Northwest and out into the Pacific, ” said Jon Young, P.E., Executive Director for the Hawaii Asphalt Paving Industry (HAPI).
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