Case Studies.

To truly see the benefits of pavement preservation, you’ve got to see it in action. These case studies detail some of the work we’ve done all over the Northeast using our expertise, personal touch and focus on professionalism. We build stronger networks not just for our clients, but for our communities as well. At the end of the day, we drive on these roads, too.

Read the community success stories to see how our pavement preservation techniques have made a difference for various municipalities across the Northeast.

Braintree, MA

According to the American Society of Civil Engineers, 43% of roads in the United States are rated poor or mediocre. These rough roads cost the drivers approximately $596 in damages and accelerated vehicle depreciation every year. With this knowledge, why are so many communities waiting until their roads are in dire condition before treating them?…
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Littleton, MA

The Town of Littleton, MA has made considerable improvements to its roads since 2017. A fundamental shift from doing mostly full reconstruction to embracing Pavement Preservation has enabled the town to shift from rebuilding about 1 mile of road each year to treating an average 18% of their total network with pavement preservation treatments every…
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Fairfield, CT

As a town within commuting distance of New York City, Fairfield, CT is familiar with traffic. After years of all that traffic taking a toll on its road network, town leadership recognized they had reached a tipping point as more and more residents complained about their failing pavement conditions. To reverse this negative trend, Fairfield…
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Milford, MA

For years, the town of Milford, MA has been using pavement preservation techniques to make their roads last longer and stretch taxpayer dollars further.  In addition to traditional hot mix paving, they have relied on Crack Sealing roads every few years, Micro Surfacing or Chip Sealing roads with minor deterioration, Mill and Fill, Hot In-Place…
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Lexington, MA

235 years after the shot heard round the world, Lexington community leaders realized they had reached the point where pavement conditions were deteriorating quickly, and town roads were no longer up to the high standards of its residents. Inadequate funding, rapidly rising asphalt costs, and minimal preventive maintenance activities had resulted in a network pavement…
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Hingham, MA

The Town of Hingham owns and maintains 110 centerline miles of roads with an estimated asset value of $122 million. Prior to 2009, like many towns, Hingham relied heavily on milling and hot mix paving as its primary pavement management treatment. But the price of asphalt cement, the petroleum-based binder that holds pavements together, had…
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