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Dense Graded HMA

The City of Greeley is looking for innovative ways to make their asphalt pavements more durable, so they chose FORTA-FI® to reinforce their 22nd Street overlay.

SMA

Virginia Department of Transportation’s (VDOT) “accelerated pavement testing” program was launched at the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute (VTTI) using their “heavy vehicle stimulator”.

Dense Graded HMA

Alabama Avenue Square project consisted of a 1/2 mile long South Alabama Avenue road overlay in order to accurately test the success of FORTA-FI vs. untreated asphalt.

Dense Graded HMA

Three of Huntington Beach’s collector streets were reconstructed in 2014 using FORTA-FI® fiber reinforced asphalt (FRAC). FRAC was used for the asphalt base course on each street, and fiber was also added to the 2” ARHM wearing course.

Dense Graded HMA

FORTAfied® asphalt was used in multiple different pavement sections in a pavement rehab near the entrance of the ASU West campus at 47th and Thunderbird. A 1.5” FRAC overlay was used over existing badly cracked and raveling pavement at the inbound side of the entrance.

SMA

Help to extend the service life of the Autobahn A9 highway with FORTA-FI by increasing the durability of the SMA mix that tends to ravel quickly.

Dense Graded HMA

1300-1868 W. Avenue D suffered severe alligator cracking from years of heavy truck traffic so LA County engineers wanted to explore FORTA-FI as an alternative reinforcement method.

Dense Graded HMA

FORTA-FI was used in a 3” wearing course on a corporate parking lot and access road at the Boeing facility in Mesa, AZ.

Dense Graded HMA

A two-mile segment of the two-lane, rural Canada Larga Road in Ventura County, CA was in bad shape after 30 years of use with no major rehabilitation.

Dense Graded HMA

The City of Casa Grande repaved a portion of their city streets, both arterial and secondary, during the summer of 2013. The 2” mill and overlay was originally specified with a stress-absorbing membrane interlayer (SAMI) for reflective crack mitigation

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