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Intro to our RoadRedi Team Trevor Chisholm- General Manager Patrick Grey- Estimator Steve Flemming- General Superintendant Pat Benoit- Superintendant.

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2 Intro to our RoadRedi Team Trevor Chisholm- General Manager Patrick Grey- Estimator Steve Flemming- General Superintendant Pat Benoit- Superintendant Carter Reilly- Superintendant Jeff Huntley- Project Coordinator

3 Intro to our GLC Team Simon Pianarosa - General Manager Chris Campbell- Operations Manager Shawn Gould – Customer Liaison Bill O’Leary - Senior Advisor, Market and Product Development Trevor Wheaton - Accounts Manager

4 The Right Treatment, to the Right Pavement, at the Right Time!

5 Why Preserve?

6 Pavement Preservation Allows you to change your approach: –Look for and correct small problems before they become big ones –Eliminate the "worst first" Practice

7 Pavement Preservation Pavement Preservation is efficient, effective and economical. Save money Improve safety Reduce delays Help pavement last longer Improve the performance of the entire road network

8 Doing It Right! The Right Pavement Relying on public complaints is to probably to late. Up to date pavement condition surveys are key

9 Doing It Right! The Right Time Preventative Maintenance needs to be completed in the early stages of the pavement’s Life. Move preventative maintenance up on the priority list.

10 Doing It Right! The Right Treatment Picking the proper treatment for the right level of distress. Here are some things to consider:

11 Doing It Right! The type of pavement The type, extent and severity of the pavement distress The age of the pavement (or the time since the last major rehabilitation) The type of the road - its use, volume, and traffic speed The availability of qualified contractors, construction technology; materials and qualified agency staff The time of year for maintenance How long maintenance will take and the impact it will have on drivers The pavement quality needed after the pavement has been treated.

12 Products for Pavement Preservation

13 Dust Suppression Ideal Application Dirt roads Dust sensitive areas Life Cycle (Years) 1 to 2

14 Fog Seal Ideal Application Dust Suppression Surface Oxidation Life Cycle (Years) 1 to 2

15 Single/Double Chip Seal Ideal Application Low to Med Traffic Volume roads Life Cycle (Years) 3 to 5

16 Chip Seal Variations Single Chip Seals Existing Pavement Pneumatic- Tired Roller Binder

17 Chip Seal Variations Double Chip Seals Existing Pavement Binder Pneumatic- Tired Roller Second Binder Application Pneumatic- Tired Roller

18 Micro Surfacing Ideal Application Town/City streets Highways Parking lot caps Life Cycle (Years) 7 to 8

19 HMA Thin Lifts (Polymer or standard) Ideal Application High volume roads Intersections Distressed pavement application Life Cycle (Years) 8 to 10

20 Products for Re-Construction

21 Double Chip Seal Ideal Application Low to Med volume streets Secondary or connector routes Life Cycle (Years) 5 to 7

22 Cape Seal Ideal Application Low to Med volume roads Estate or subdivisions streets Life Cycle (Years) 7 to 8

23 Emulsion Mix (Central Plant) Ideal Application Logistically challenging areas Areas where conventional equipment not available Roads needing full or partial reclamation Life Cycle (Years) 8 to 10

24 Emulsion Mix – Central Plant Mixing Simple Operation, Quick Set up, Long Shelf Life (weeks) vs hours for Hot Mix

25 Emulsion Mix –Mixing Blade Laid Dump, Spread and Compact

26 Emulsion Mix –Paver Lay-down No Fumes Time To Work with Product Simple Operation

27 Emulsion Mix Pavement provides excellent strength and logistics flexibility where traditional hot mix asphalt is too expensive. Utilize locally available aggregate or RAP Reduce haul rates

28 Hot Mix Asphalt (Standard or Polymer Modified) Ideal Application High volume roads, Parking Lots Streets Life Cycle (Years) 12 to 14

29 Types of Treatments/Typical Costs TreatmentsCosts $/M 2 Fog seals1.25 Chip seals4.00 Micro surfacing7.40 Emulsion Mix10.00 Thin hot mix overlays14.75 *Prices accurate at time of presentation, prices vary depending on conditions of work.

30 Typical Problems Standard Solutions

31 Cracking Cause: –Asphalt Shrinkage, Cold Temperatures, Shifting Underlaying Solution: –Crack Sealant –And / Or followed by Chip Seal, Slurry or other surface –Partial or full depth reclamation

32 Rutting Causes: –Traffic and Heat –Weak Subgrade –Mix Type Solutions –Microsurfacing for minor rutting –Milling –Polymer Asphalt for busy intersections

33 Ravelling Causes: –Aging Pavement –Low Compaction / Placed late in season –Sub-base Issue –Segregated Un-Even Mixtures Solutions: –Fog Seal –Chip Seals –Microsurfacing –Slurry Seals –Emulsion Mix

34 Complete Failure Causes: - Lack of Maintenance -Poor sub grade -Under designed Solutions: -Mill Back to Gravel -Full-Depth Recycling

35 Example of a Staged Re-construction 1 km long 6.6m Wide6.6m X 1000= 6600m 2 Scenario: Asphalt street complete failure.

36 Example of a Staged Re-construction Scenario: Asphalt street complete failure. YearWorkMaintenance 1Pulverize back to granular, re-grade and Compact Dust Suppressant, Re-grade as needed 2Chip SealStandard town maintenance 3Fog SealStandard town maintenance 4NoneFog Re-Applied if necessary 5Micro Seal/Hot MixStandard town maintenance

37 Example of a Staged Re-construction Scenario: Asphalt street complete failure. Year Price Per M 2 Price Per Year (6600m 2 )Totals 1Pulverize$1.25$8, Grading$1.20$7, Dust Suppressant $1.00$6,600.00$22, Chip Seal$4.00$26,400.00$49, Fog Seal$1.25$8,250.00$57, NothingN/A $57, Micro Seal$7.40$48,840.00$106, or 5Hot Mix$14.75$97,350.00$154,770.00

38 Total job costs= $106, Over Five years Example of a Staged Re-construction

39 Real World Examples

40 Projects MacDonald Bridge – 2011 – Microsurfacing

41 Projects Ferry Terminal Ramp- Micro surfacing

42 Projects Magnetic Hill Work-2012

43 Projects ChipSeal – Aylesford Rd

44 Projects Several 100 Series Micro surfacing

45 Projects Night Work – Slurry Seal – Portland Bridge – Minimizes Disruptions to Traffic Flow

46 Thank You!


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