Erosion Control and Soil Stabilization

Case Studies April 28, 2017
Major District Road (MDR) 31 passes through Shaha and Kolpewadi villages in Sinnar Taluka, part of District Nashik in India’s Maharashtra state. Overseen by the Nashik Public Works Department (PWD), the road provides an important link between sugarcane farms and sugar mills in the area. During peak...
Case Studies November 09, 2016
When a project requires multiple grade changes, the details can quickly become complicated. Construction time and costs can increase exponentially if the right solution is not provided. K. J. Beamish Construction Co. was tasked with reconstructing a section of Bathurst Street for the Regional...
Article December 02, 2008
During normal precipitation conditions, soil under the surface of the ground expands and contracts with the variations in moisture levels. However, extremely dry seasons can cause underlying layers of soil to shrink drastically and cause the earth above to fracture and depress. This is what...
Article February 10, 2005
The big news in the asphalt plant business is that late last year Terex consolidated its diverse brands—Terex CMI, Bid-Well, Terex Cifali, Terex Belgium, Terex Advance Mixers and Cedarapids—into one organization, Terex Roadbuilding. The organization has four business units with dedicated...
Article November 08, 2004
But when, after many years of good performance, complete pavement reconstruction is needed, it makes sense to rebuild the roadway with the best performing, longest lasting and most economical solutions that are available today. To that end, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT)...
Article June 19, 2003
Many people who live on gravel surfaced roads are simply waiting for the day when those roads will be "oiled" or paved with an asphalt surface. In regions where the population is growing, this will probably be done. But, in much of the Great Plains as well as portions of the mountain West and...
Article December 28, 2000
The Ohio DOT (ODOT) showed concern for both the environment and community during a recent road widening project in Logan County when state engineers preserved the natural beauty of the Ohio farming area by rerouting a creek to make room for the lane expansion. Part of an 18-month-long project,...
Article December 28, 2000
Pennzoil has developed and patented a unique product that has proven effective in stabilizing erosion problems that sometimes oPennzoil has developed and patented a unique product that has proven effective in stabilizing erosion problems that sometimes occur during road and bridge construction...
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