Tack Coats:

Tack Coats:

Yes, No or Maybe. By Brian Hall Since the main thrust of our articles have been heavily focused on “Best Practices” (Whatever that is), I thought we would spend some time discussing one of the items that gets more overlooked, but gets most of the blame for failure....
Buckle Up

Buckle Up

It’s Going to Be a Wild Ride. By Brian Hall As we (seem) to be nearing the end of the pandemic and getting back to whatever normal is, the paving industry has had a different set of challenges. While work seems to be plentiful, other “opportunities” have reared their...
Long Summer Paving Days Are Here

Long Summer Paving Days Are Here

By Bryce Davis We all love the smell of fresh asphalt or we wouldn’t be in this business. Often riding in a car with family or friends I’d often hear oh, what’s that smell? And I’d respond with what smell? … it smells good to me. I think once you’re in the...
The Real Truth About Buying New Equipment

The Real Truth About Buying New Equipment

By Brian Hall Well, we blinked and it’s July. Now that we are finally adjusting to life as we used to know it, many contractors are breathing easier and looking at adding to their fleet. With all the good news concerning infrastructure and building, the demand for new...
Where Does  Safety Rank On Your Jobsite?

Where Does Safety Rank On Your Jobsite?

By Brian Hall During the past year, we have heard so much about keeping safe that we have almost become oblivious to the dangers around us. Construction workers, specifically in the asphalt sector, are statistically at a higher risk for injury than most occupations....
PROTECTING YOUR IMAGE

PROTECTING YOUR IMAGE

In Today’s Competitive Workplace By Brian Hall While most of the country is trying to figure out what the “New Normal” is, paving contractors have already figured it out. It’s full steam ahead. With all the competition out there today, how do you insure a full...