What’s New.

Our relentless drive to deliver means we’re always working on new ways to surpass the status quo. Here’s where you’ll find the most up-to-date collection of the projects we’re working on, the technologies we’re developing, and the communities that we’re helping along the way.

CLIENT SUCCESS STORY: West Warwick, RI

2021 was a big year for the Town of West Warwick, RI. Led by Don Ouellette, a major Pavement Preservation program was put into action utilizing treatments up and down the asphalt deterioration curve. Seeing municipal teams take mindful steps like this to preserve their roads and efficiently use tax dollars is inspiring for us…
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Lexington, MA Recognized for Pavement Preservation Excellence

Congratulations to the Town of Lexington, Massachusetts and Town Engineer John Livsey, P.E. for winning the prestigious 2020 James B. Sorenson Award for Excellence in Pavement Preservation. The Sorenson Award is presented annually by FP2 (Foundation for Pavement Preservation) to just one public road owner agency in recognition of superior pavement preservation practices. Past winners…
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MassDOT leads 2020 CIR

In May 2020, indus began working with MassDOT to rehabilitate a segment of Route #1A in Revere.  This project marks the beginning of indus’ fourth season of Cold In-place Recycling (CIR).  CIR is a long-lasting and cost-effective solution for renewing pavements in poor condition.  The process, which eliminates cracking and other distresses up to 5…
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Continued Commitment to Quality

In continuation of our unwavering commitment to quality, indus has hired Quality Control Manager, Matt Teto. We pursue continuous improvement in all that we do, including building upon our industry leading quality standards. Last year, indus became the first company in North America to complete the AASHTO TSP-2 company certification process for Slurry Systems, including…
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indus Welcomes International Visitors

indus Shares Pavement Preservation & Recycling Processes with International Colleagues indus recently welcomed international colleagues from Sweden, Norway, Scotland and Germany to share information and best practices on Cold In-place Recycling (CIR) and other pavement preservation processes.  The group of contractor and equipment supplier representatives from Europe had heard about some of the innovative pavement…
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FHWA on the Critical Importance of Pavement Preservation (VIDEO)

When it comes to the best innovation, sometimes disruption is a good thing.  Pavement preservation is one of those areas where disruption is just that — a disruption to unmitigated decay.  Reactionary repairs such as pothole patching and removing and replacing pavements can be costly and cause unwanted safety concerns for communities.  The Federal Highway Administration…
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Winners Hit The Road

Sometimes, executing a sound pavement preservation strategy at home becomes a model for the entire country – and other countries, as well. That’s exactly what happened to the town of Fairfield, CT, after it won the 2017 Excellence in Pavement Preservation Award for North America from the International Slurry Surfacing Association (ISSA). Industry leaders in…
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Micro-Surfacing Certified

Sealcoating, Inc. (now indus) was recently honored to become the first company in the world to complete the AASHTO TSP-2 company certification process for slurry systems including micro surfacing. As pavement preservation programs continue to grow across the country, industry professionals have become increasingly focused on improving the quality of the treatments being placed. The…
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New Industry Resource

indus is proud to support the recently launched website, RoadResource.org, a comprehensive resource designed to assist and encourage progressive pavement managers at all levels of government. Created as a collaborative effort of the Pavement Preservation & Recycling Alliance (PPRA), RoadResource.org is dedicated to the member credo, “Better roads today. Stronger networks tomorrow.” The Treatment Toolbox…
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