Asphalt surfaces tend to only last between 8 to 12 years, depending on traffic and weather conditions. This means that simply patching up the asphalt will not be a sustainable solution; the entire asphalt surface needs to be replaced. But… 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.
Every year, the National Asphalt Pavement Association (NAPA) gives the highly coveted Diamond Awards to members who have completed especially high-quality construction projects. This year, Reliable Construction has won the Diamond Achievement Commendation for Excellence in Asphalt Plant/Site Operations for… Read More
Road graders are heavy duty, specialized machines used in the construction of roads. These machines use a long blade to “finish grade,” flatten, and level “rough grading” to prepare the surface for asphalt installation. Reliable Contracting: A Full-Service Asphalt Paving… Read More