4804 I-70, from 1.8 miles east of IL Rt 130 to the Clark County Line, Cumberland County, Illinois, USA

Rubblization: I-70, east of Greenup

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5055 USH 20, S Rexburg IC to S Fork Teton River, Madison County, Idaho, USA

Crack & Seat: USH 20, Rexburg

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4814 USH 60, n/o Versailles, Woodford County, Kentucky, USA

Break & Seat: USH 60, north of Versailles

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XXXX Gulfport-Biloxi International Airport, Harrison County, Mississippi, USA

Break for Removal: Gulfport-Biloxi Airport

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Specifications Crack & Seat

March 30, 2016

South Dakota Crack & Seat Specification

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Specifications Crack & Seat

March 30, 2016

Wisconsin Crack & Seat Specification

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Reports Crack & Seat Airports

March 23, 2016

Performance of Techniques to Minimize Reflection Cracking and Associated Developments in Pavement Investigation for Maintenance of UK Military Airfield

Crack & seat technique performed well in UK airfield trials.

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Modfied Rubblization - Ohio Asphalt Magazine Winter 2015

Article describing use of modified rubblization and asphalt overlay on city streets in Greenfield, Wisconsin.

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