Facility Spotlight: Warsaw, IN

Location: Warsaw, Indiana

2820 E. Durbin St. Warsaw, IN 46580

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday, 6:30am – 3:30pm

Office: 574-267-5076

History:

This plant was originally located in Columbia City and was owned by Bituminous Materials and moved to Warsaw in 1975. The Warsaw plant has been part of the AMI family since 2009.

Products:

We provide different emulsion products out of this facility including non-tracking and polymer modified.

Fun Facts:

Truck & Rail access

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How Washtenaw County, Michigan is Focused on Pavement Preservation

Washtenaw County is located in southeast Michigan. The County seat is Ann Arbor, home of
The University of Michigan Wolverines. The Washtenaw County Road Commission (“WCRC”) is responsible for maintaining 1,653 total miles of primary and local roads along with 598 lane miles of State highways under a contract arrangement with the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT).

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Meet the AMI Team: Dave Stanczak

Name: David Stanczak

Title: Territory Manager

Location: Cicero, IL

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How long have you worked with AMI?

I started at AMI in October of 2020.

What do you like best about working at AMI?

The team atmosphere at AMI is the best. I am surrounded by talented, intelligent, and supportive teammates. AMI is the best company I’ve ever worked for – They care about their employees and their customers & focus on building strong relationships based on trust, instead of going after short-term wins.

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Harnessing the Power of Family: The Lofton Story

The story of family and its role in our lives is something that is essential to the entire Heritage family. It’s why we explore this topic with such depth, as well as share our own inspirational stories from all over to remind us how families shape everything about who we are. Our newest employee-inspired video features the Lofton Family – a family who for decades, has embodied what it means to belong to The Heritage Group and Asphalt Materials Families.

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What The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act Can Mean for Driver Safety?

Roadway safety is a growing concern in the United States. In 2019 alone, there were 36,096 traffic fatalities, an increase of 5.3% from the year before, according to a recent study conducted by the National Highway Safety Administration (NHTSA).1 Every year, thousands of Americans are injured or killed in preventable accidents, many of them due to distracted driving. Fortunately, the recently enacted Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA), includes several provisions that can make America’s roads safer.

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Harnessing The Power of Family: Dan & Zach Robinson

The Heritage Group, is a multi-generational family business that spans nearly a century. We take pride in our commitment to foster a supportive and cohesive workplace environment for employees. We strive to ensure that everyone feels supported while working together to create long-term value by doing business the right way!

Nearly a century ago, The Heritage Group was founded on this principle:

We believe in the power of harnessing family.

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Wisconsin DOT Research Recommends Extending Roadway Life with VRAM and Penetrating Emulsions

“This research helps to confirm the direction thedepartment has taken with recent changes to longitudinal jointspecifications.”

– Project ManagerDan Kopacz, WisDOT

How to Create Better Longitudinal Joints? 

The longitudinal joint is the Achilles’ heel of every paved road. Road managers know the first part of the pavement to fail is the longitudinal joint. As the road’s most permeable part, this joint is susceptible to the elements, especially with their inherently lower density. Air and water work down through this unavoidable seam in the pavement causing the joint to deteriorate, crack, and pothole. And when the longitudinal joint fails, the rest of the road soon follows — triggering the need for even more maintenance and costly repairs.​  

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