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The command center at Harrison Construction’s Rutledge Pike office gives dispatchers a live view of all operations. This center was updated in the summer of 2017 to include 12 work stations where employees monitor and direct the company’s 50 haul trucks and additional 50 to 100 trucks it hires daily. Photo courtesy Melody Cook of Harrison Construction.

Harrison Construction Tracks Trucks Reliably

For the 2017 paving season, we dive into an essential area of project...

Judith Corley-Lay Sets Goals to Advance Pavement Preservation

By Paul Fournier Judith Corley-Lay, Ph.D. in civil engineering, brings 40 years of...

Understand OSHA’s New Standards for Silica Dust

When we cut, grind or drill into concrete and asphalt out on the...

Around the Globe: October

China A variety of sources reported during the first quarter of this year...

Benefit From ELD Compliance

By Silvia Zicherman Safety has always been a concern in the commercial trucking...

Balance Your Mix Design for Asphalt

By Fabricio Leiva In September 2015, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Expert Task...
Dan Scherschligt was recruited to be KAPA's executive director four years ago after retiring from the Kansas DOT.

An Interview with Dan Scherschligt of Kansas Asphalt Pavement Association

The Kansas Asphalt Pavement Association, based in Topeka, Kansas, and has 18 asphalt...
These motors are stored with tags to show the last dates of inspections. Photo courtesy ALL-TEST Pro.

How to Store a Motor for Optimal Use Later

From ALL-TEST Pro As asphalt professionals around North America gear up for season...

TPF Inc.’s RAPTOR Probe

Overfills of liquid asphalt cement (AC) can result in wasted material and serious...

How to Use the Delta Tc Parameter

By Pamela Turner and Christine Hall You may have heard of a new...

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