There are a few different kinds of asphalt paving, but how can you find out which is best for your project? There are three main types of asphalt paving that are commonly used: hot mix asphalt (HMA), warm mix asphalt… Read More
The cost of asphalt paving projects will depend on a number of factors. From square footage, to obstructions, to permitting requirements, there are many aspects that will impact the cost of your asphalt paving project. So how do you anticipate… Read More
The strength and durability of asphalt are some of the qualities that make it an ideal paving material for roadways and parking lots alike. But after standard wear and tear, the changing of seasons, and sometimes unpredictable weather, asphalt can… Read More
Sustainability and eco-friendly practices are becoming increasingly important in the world. Finding a construction or paving partner for your asphalt who will prioritize environmentally friendly materials and practices may seem like a tall order, but there are actually many ways… Read More
When most people think of asphalt, they think of a strong and durable material. Although you wouldn’t be wrong in thinking this, asphalt is certainly not indestructible. In addition to practically all human-made materials, asphalt has weaknesses. Over time, asphalt… Read More
It wasn’t until 1956, under the presidency of Dwight Eisenhower, that the United States began building an interstate highway system. There were many good reasons to transition from winding, local roads to large, straightforward interstate highways. As the population grew,… Read More
Excited to learn more about the history of asphalt? Last week, we learned about asphalt’s early beginnings in Europe. Today, we’re exploring how asphalt was developed in Victorian America to today. We left off in America in the 1800s.