Forward-thinking municipalities, counties, and state DOTs today are broadening the use of multiple tools in the pavement preservation toolbox. What has risen to the top of the list for many agencies (now over 200) is the use of HA5 High Density Mineral Bond.
Prominent Community Embraces HA5
Alpine City is known for using multiple tools in the pavement preservation toolbox. What has risen to the top of the list for Alpine City is the use of HA5 High Density Mineral Bond. The performance of HA5 over the past several years in Alpine City has generated great satisfaction from residents, public officials, and engineers.
Critical to effectively preserving an agency’s pavement assets includes the utilization of the right treatment type for the specific use and condition of the roadway. An effective pavement management strategy is key to taking on the challenges facing you as you work to effectively preserve your infrastructure.
Hear from more agency customers below to learn more on how they have transitioned from a 2-3 year sealcoat application to a longer lasting and more cost effective High Density Mineral Bond application.
Effective Funding Strategy
James Thomas, from Salem City public works, gives insight into his city’s strategy for preserving residential subdivisions.
Ray White, Farmington’s Street Superintendent, shares insight into effective pavement preservation. Farmington has seen HA5 preserve their roads for over four years.
Town of Marana
24-Year Engineer Experience
Scott Leska has 28 years of engineering experience that includes ADOT. Scott is well known for his forward thinking, out-of-the box approach to managing complex problems. Scott introduced HA5 High Density Mineral Bond to Marana in 2012 with installations that continue to outperform traditional surface treatments that the town had used previously.
Using the Right Tool in the Toolbox
David Day, from Provo City, discusses using the right tool in the toolbox and the superior performance of the HA5 surface treatment in residential neighborhoods.
Rockdale County DOT
Pavement Expert Series: Brian Frix
Brian Frix, an Engineer with Rockdale County Dept. of Transportation, shares insights on how their county is effectively preserving the counties pavement assets with HA5 High Density Mineral Bond.
American Fork City
The Right Treatment for the Right Road
Critical to effectively preserving an agency’s pavement assets includes the utilization of the right treatment type for the specific use and condition of the roadway. Here a public works manager addresses some of the challenges faced as they work to effectively preserve their city’s infrastructure. One way this agency effectively extends the life of their pavement assets is utilizing High Density Mineral Bond – HA5.
Nation’s Seventh Fastest Growing County Saves Huge Dollars Compared to Traditional Methods
Tooele County, as one of the nation’s fastest-growing counties, has overcome the challenge of making the most out of limited funds by leveraging the right treatments, on the right roads, at the right time. After an in-depth evaluation process, the county added HA5 to its preservation toolbox in order to preserve county asphalt assets in residential areas. As a result, they have benefited from additional pavement life extension and high public approval.
El Mirage City (Phoenix Metro)
Asset Preservation: 25 Year Plan for Success
Larry Dobrosky, Public Works Director at El Mirage City, gives his insights on how to cost effectively maintain pavement assets through in a 25 year pavement preservation plan.
Spanish Fork City
Best First Approach
James Chappel is the Streets Division Manager with Spanish Fork City. In this video he discusses using the best first approach.
City of Georgetown
Matching the Success Found at Other Agencies
Mark Miller, Transportation Manager at City of Georgetown, TX for 28 years (retired) discusses the challenges agencies face maximizing asphalt pavement life at the lowest possible cost.
(Retired) City of Scottsdale
Pavement Expert Series: Robert Forsyth
Pavement management expert Robert Forsyth with 30 years experience of managing roadways in one of Arizona’s premier cities shares his insights on the latest trend benefiting municipalities to preserve their assets.
Do More With Less Money and Less Carbon Footprint
This is not an IPS or Holbrook Asphalt produced video. This video is property of the International Pavement Management Association. This is a video produced by the International Pavement Management Association (IPMA). Blair Barnhardt, Executive Director of IPMA, interviewing Randy Downs of Sedgwick County, Kansas about the advances that they have made in preserving their county’s pavement assets.
Using Alternative Treatment Methods to Stretch Budget Dollars
This is not an IPS or Holbrook Asphalt produced video. This video is property of the International Pavement Management Association. This is a video produced by the International Pavement Management Association (IPMA). Blair Barnhardt, Executive Director of IPMA, interviewing Ron Kirby of Spartanburg County, South Carolina about the advances that they have made in preserving their county’s pavement assets.