Road foundation design and construction will probably never be a hot topic of conversation among users of Canada’s road network, even though many of us benefit from the results every day.
With more than 400 ready-mix concrete trucks on the road at any given time, St. Marys Canada Building Materials (CBM) relies on real-time data transmitted from those vehicles to its fleet management software to meet customers’ construction schedules.
New Brunswick’s award-winning Fredericton-Moncton Highway, the MRDC, officially opened to traffic on October 23, 2001 and this 195 km long, four lane section of the TransCanada highway has been recognized internationally for innovative construction methods, techniques and materials.
Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement (RAP) has been used on a large scale by hot mix asphalt producers since the 1970’s, spurred by sharp increases in the price of oil and the availability of surface millings from efficient cold milling machines.
A new asphalt operation puts corporate philosophy into practice.
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