Tag: Resilient Infrastructure

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Using VRAM to Build Infrastructure that will Improve Safety Outcomes

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About This VRAM Project On June 24th, 2022, a Void Reducing Asphalt Membrane (VRAM) project took place in Whitley County on US-30. One lane of the pavement was milled, and then VRAM was applied at the centerline of the road with a 9” band prior to paving the first half...
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Why Some Say – ‘VRAM. When It’s Down, It’s Done!’

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Project: US Highway 20 in Sandusky County Ohio. The year 2021 was another important year for VRAM, as we added several states to the list of those with VRAM experience. It is now 21 states and The District of Columbia. Protect The Longitudinal Joint. Protect The Entire Road. Road managers...
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How is Wayne County Ohio Creating a More Resilient Infrastructure ?

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VRAM Continues to Pay Dividends Even Four Years After Initial Construction. The year 2021 was another important year for VRAM, as we added several states to the list of those with VRAM experience. It is now 21 states and The District of Columbia. VRAM stands for a Void Reducing Asphalt...
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