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IIJA Helping to Build Resilient Transportation Infrastructure

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Excerpt from the JULY – AUGUST 2022 Edition of TRANSPORTATION BUILDER Magazine from ARTBA, The American Road & Transportation Builders Association THE ARENA On the Road Again with DAVE BAUER | President & CEO, ARTBA Designing & Building Resilient Transportation Infrastructure More than 90 percent of American households have a...
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Improving the Sustainability of Asphalt Pavements

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(Excerpt from the Fall 2002 Asphalt Pavement Magazine) An increasing number of agencies, companies, organizations, institutes, and governing bodies are embracing principles of sustainability in managing their activities and conducting business. Historically, sustainability referred to environmental sustainability and simply meant using natural resources in a way that people in the...
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Building Resilient Transportation Infrastructure Requires Investment, Innovation & Collaboration

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Excerpt from the JULY – AUGUST 2022 Edition of TRANSPORTATION BUILDER Magazine from ARTBA, The American Road & Transportation Builders Association CHAIRMAN’S CORNER - by WARD NYE | Chairman & CEO, Martin Marietta Building Resilient Transportation Infrastructure Requires Investment, Innovation & Collaboration “At the federal level, the Infrastructure Investment and...
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AMI Guest Appearance on ESG Decoded Podcast

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Asphalt Materials' VP of Specialty Products, Dave Henderson is a featured guest on the popular ClimeCo Podcast, ESG Decoded. During their recent episode featuring AMI’s very own Dave Henderson, ESG Decoded invites listeners to ‘get in the weeds’ on the topic of Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) to understand what goes...
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Sustainability and Profit

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Excerpt of October 2022 Article Featured in Asphalt Pavement Magazine Volume 27 | Number 5 BY BENJAMIN F. BOWERS, PE “The three tenants of sustainability are people (social), planet (environmental concerns), and the oft-forgotten profit. As a graduate student, I lounged one evening on my porch after a day of...
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