Test Results from Using RAS and Rap on a County Road
Increased Visibility at Indianapolis Airport Demolition
Years of Success: Shingles in the Roadways
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Test Results from Using RAS and Rap on a County Road(Editor’s Note: This study was submitted by the King County Materials Laboratory in Oregon, with Alan D. Corwin, P.E., materials engineer, and Kevin L. Kelsey, senior engineer, as lead authors. This is the first of two parts.)
Increased Visibility at Indianapolis Airport DemolitionVeit Companies is one of the largest specialty contracting and waste management firms in the upper Midwest. What started as a modest business with one truck and a handful of employees in 1928 has grown to a company of more than 500 employees in seven locations, with a reputation for innovation and attention to detail. Located in Rogers, Minn., one of the firm’s specialties is complete demolition services, including explosive and interior projects. Veit pioneered the art of “surgical removal,” with selective demolition and high-risk projects among the company’s distinguishing strengths.
Years of Success: Shingles in the RoadwaysBy J. RICHARD WILLIS, Ph.D.
One of the biggest detractors from using recycled asphalt shingles (RAS) is that many say there is a lack of long-term performance data for asphalt mixtures that have used RAS. While this may be the perception, RAS has been used in pavements since the 1980s and 1990s. Minnesota is one state that has conducted numerous field trials to investigate how shingles will perform when put in asphalt mixtures.