Installation of Asphalt Interlayers at High Ambient/Pavement Temperatures

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By Ray Myers – The benefits of asphalt interlayers are documented going back over 40 years. Interlayers delay reflective cracking and form a moisture barrier when properly installed using liquid PG asphalt. A dry aggregate base maintains its’ designed load bearing capacity. Manufactures have continually added new and improved interlayers (paving mats, paving grids, and composite paving grids) to p... »

Asphalt Interlayer Association Elects HUESKER’s Samueloff New President

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By Ray Myers – The Asphalt Interlayer Association has just completed its annual officers election. Michael Samueloff of HUESKER was elected president of the AIA board. Dennis Rogers and Nicholas Reck, both of Tensar Corporation, were elected Vice President and Secretary, respectively. Eric Hicks (Pacific Northwest Oil) was elected Treasurer. AIA was formed as the Asphalt Fabric Interlayer As... »

INTERVIEW: Mallick on Geosynthetic-Reinforced Chip Seal

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During the 95th annual Transportation Research Board (TRB) meeting in Washington DC (January 2016), Dr. Rajib Mallick of Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) delivered four papers, including contributions on climate change and geosynthetic-reinforced chip seal (GRCS). Geosynthetica interview him about these topics and how they may forecast changes in future roadway designs and material selection.... »