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FORTA-FI® - Dense Graded HMA

Maryland DOT typically uses gap graded asphalt on their surface mixes to combat reflective cracking. In order to find a superior method, they set up an experimental project on US 40 in Washington County near Hagerstown, MD to evaluate three surface mixes.

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The mix with fibers was used for a temporary repair of Apron / TWY where an increased traffic is expected during the repairs / reconstructions of the adjacent areas.

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A three lane test section was placed using a PG76-22 polymer modified oil. The left lane was the control with no fiber.

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400 tons of HMA was placed on Airport Road, the entrance to the Venango Regional Airport from Pittsburgh Road in Franklin, PA.

FORTA-FI® - Dense Graded HMA

The use of FORTA-FI® will allow for reduced cracking and rut- ting leading to an extension of pavement life.

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The state of Vermont did their first trial with FORTA-FI® in 2013. VT 14 was selected as it had a tremendous amount of rutting and reflective cracking. Limited funds made it not possible to do full depth reclamation therefore VTrans is looking to extend the life of the overlay.

FORTA-FI® - Dense Graded HMA

The repair of Ward Street involved full depth removals in localized areas and a 2” FORTA-FI® reinforced ARHM cap.

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Wee Burn Country Club, located in Darien, Connecticut, used FORTA-FI in combination with a porous asphalt pavement in their new 1-acre parking lot.

FORTA-FI® - Dense Graded HMA

New to the region, FORTA-FI® was used in a resurfacing project for a few main roads in Australia. These roads included the intersection of Welshpool and Kewdale in Canning.

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The City of Ashtabula, Ohio specified FORTA-FI fiber to reinforce the asphalt resurfacing project on West 29th Street in the summer of 2012.

FORTA-FI® - Dense Graded HMA

For their second FORTA-FI® project, the City of Medford placed 640 tons down to repair an old cracked concrete roadway, West 2nd Street.

FORTA-FI® - Dense Graded HMA

The City of Delaware, OH encourages sustainability and environmental stewardship. Their Public Works Department recycles previously used asphalt by reheating it, and then using the reclaimed material for patching and pothole repairs. FORTA-FI® was added to this recycled material mix to provide additional fiber-reinforced strength and durability to a deep-patch street rehabilitation project.

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West Central Avenue and West Spring Street in Titusville, PA., consisted of an asphalt overlay on an old brick pavement base. The durability of previous overlays did not meet expected pavement life. Removing or replacing the brick was not an option due to the cost.

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