• Engineering
  • Published 1998

QUALITY ASPHALT PAVING: EASY AS A + B

@inproceedings{Flynn1998QUALITYAP,
  title={QUALITY ASPHALT PAVING: EASY AS A + B},
  author={Linda Flynn},
  year={1998}
}
Oklahoma's Interstate-40 project was judged as a near perfect pavement and selected to receive the Sheldon G. Hayes Award for 1998. The interstate was originally built in the summer of 1962 and had received one overlay and one microsurfacing during its life. The roadway was now failing and had to be rebuilt. Engineers decided to remove 9 in (229 mm) of existing hot-mix asphalt (HMA) and reconstruct the roadway with new full-depth polymer-modified HMA. The design team decided it would specify… CONTINUE READING