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By Mary Peterson and Erin Clark
There's a time and a place for everything and that includes your next asphalt project. Asphalt projects can be the most disruptive and daunting experiences for any community; they take timing, coordination, and community participation. However, they’re necessary to maintain or replace a surface that is used by everyone in the community.
The timing of these projects is critical to a successful outcome, and they also take preparation and must be heavily coordinated to ensure membership participation. The process starts with a conversation and a specific need. Are you ready for a maintenance coat, repairs, or replacement? Once this is determined, it’s best to work backwards from the end of the third quarter of each year. With so many pre-project details, it’s important to start your projects with enough time to prepare before commencing.
Asphalt is a conglomeration of aggregates, binders, and fillers. What looks to...