Background. 150-Ton Slab Haulers working 24 hours a day, 7 days a week had major ongoing problems with dust, rough potholed roads, and high equipment maintenance and labor costs. Haul roads were being graded every day and water was applied continuously.
Background. Road improvements were needed on 11.5 miles of county owned roadways leading to a new mine site in order for the mining operation to obtain the required operating permit.
Background. The top layer of soil on a popular mountain bike trail in a Wisconsin State Park had eroded, exposing rocks at curves and grades.
Background. The pathways in a century-old Barcelona park continued eroding despite the efforts of park maintenance officials to stem the erosion by re-grading pathways and constructing concrete and stone ditches.
Background. Dust and rough roads riddled with potholes were problematic for a limestone quarry and cement company in Canada.