2009 PM-10 Alley & Shoulder Millings Project, Chandler, Ariz.

Oct. 11, 2011
Cost: $612,795 Length: 93,984 ft % RAP Used: 100% Milling Depth: 4 in. Cost Savings: $130,000 Designer: City of Chandler Owner: City of Chandler Contractor: G&G Construction Co. Maricopa County has required local cities to participate in a 5% a year reduction in air particulate matter. In response to this green movement, the city of Chandler began a dust suppression program involving its dirt roads, alleys and shoulders. The plan consists of reusing asphalt millings from other street and road projects.

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