Success Stories

Browse our success stories to learn how our solutions have helped improve durability and overall performance while increasing safety on roads throughout the U.S.


Background Conventional micro surfacing and slurry seal systems have played an important role in pavement preservation for the city of Dallas for decades. However, in the time it takes these systems to fully cure, especially during periods of...

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The Rankin County, Mississippi, Road Department won both the 2019 Asphalt Emulsion Manufacturers Association (AEMA) Past President’s Award and the 2019 International Slurry Surfacing Association (ISSA) Pavement Preservation Excellence Award for t...

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According to the Asphalt Pavement Alliance, asphalt is recycled at a greater rate than any other material in the United States. Treating pavements with recycled asphalt is less costly than paving or repaving with new asphalt, and is a more enviro...

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Rarely do we have an opportunity to see a side-by-side pavement preservation comparison — one side of a road treated and one side not. The road shown below offers an indisputable picture of the benefits of pavement preservation. This road...

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Public Works officials in Tom Green County, Texas, discovered a cost-effective approach to strengthening their road base using an 80% water to 20% CSS-1H emulsion mixture, which can extend the service life of a road for up to 10 to 15 years....

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