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2013 SCAPA Quality Pavement Award Recipients Project: SC-137- Norris Highway Contractor: King Asphalt, Inc. Owner: SCDOT, District 3 RCE: Tim Callenback Summary: The SC-137 project consisted of a rehabilitation of the existing roadway from SC-133 (in Six Mile) to SC-93 (in Norris). The project expanded 4.93 miles that included widening, reclamation with CMRB, and adding two lifts of asphalt mixture for added structure. Approximately 13,000 tons of asphalt mixture was produced, and the test and in-place compaction results were all outstanding throughout the entire project. This project was recognized for a 2013 SCAPA paving award due to the quality of the finished product. 14 Project: SC Highway 6, Berkeley County Contractor: Sanders Brothers Construction Company Owner: Berkeley County, Frank Carson, County Engineer Inspection: District 6, SCDOT Dorchester Construction Summary: The SC Highway 6 project was a sales tax project for the citizens of Berkeley County that consisted of widening, reclamation with CMRB and resurfacing. The quality control tests run on the mixture at the plant, in-place compaction results and final rideability results were all very good. Approximately 30,000 tons of asphalt mix was produced for this resurfacing project. It should also be noted that the final surface course was also paved under SCDOT's Cold Weather Paving guidelines. This project resulted in a greatly improved and safe road for the citizens of Berkeley County. This project was recognized for a 2013 SCAPA paving award due to the excellent overall quality. Project: SC Highway 781 Resurfacing Project Contractor: Satterfield Construction Company Owner: SCDOT, District 7 RCE: Jeff Terry Summary: The SC 781 project consisted of widening and placement of two lifts of asphalt mixture over 3.66 miles. Asphalt shoulder widening mix was placed to improve safety, and 200#/SY lifts of Intermediate B and Surface B were later placed. The test results from the plant, road and final rideability were all excellent and award worthy. There were several issues with subcontractors and utilities as with most jobs, but Satterfield worked diligently through these issues and did everything possible to achieve an excellent overall project. This project was recognized for a 2013 SCAPA paving award due to the quality of the final product. www.scasphalt.org http://www.scasphalt.org

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of South Carolina Asphalt Pavement Association - 2014 Membership Directory

About SCAPA
SCAPA Executive Committee
SCAPA Board of Directors
SCAPA Directors Emeriti
SCAPA Staff and Legal Counsel
SCAPA Committees and Task Groups
2013 SCAPA Quality Pavement Award Recipients
The Economic Impact of the SC Asphalt Industry
Events in 2013–2014
Upcoming Events
Membership Application
Contractor Members
Major Associate Members
Associate Members
South Carolina Department of Transportation
Federal Highway Administration
Federal Aviation Administration, Southern Region
Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Southern Division
Congressional Delegation
Civil Engineering Faculties
Technical College Engineering/Certification Programs
SCAPA Bylaws
Found an Error? Update?
Calendar
Metric Conversion Cards
Index to Advertisers
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