Ensuring that drainage features don’t present a safety hazard for motorists, bicyclists, and pedestrians is an important part of their maintenance.
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Explore your options for repairing an asphalt driveway that is crumbling.
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Find out why rubblizing is the best—and most sustainable—option for replacing concrete pavement with asphalt.
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Since an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, take steps to prevent potholes in your asphalt paving.
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Working in the Florida heat is serious business – here are some tips for staying safe.
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Find out which factors play a role in the breakdown and deterioration of parking lots and what you can do about it.
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The construction industry is keeping up with the times and making changes where necessary.
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Construction traditionally has been a male-dominated field, but that may be changing.
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There are few industries that have as many potential safety hazards as the construction industry. Hazards such as falling, coming into contact with dangerous materials—like asbestos, for instance—and the misuse or malfunction of tools and equipment are just a few of the hazards construction workers face every day.
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The first step for just about any construction project is the site clearing.
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