A full-depth reclamation (FDR) project involving the removal of a failed portland cement concrete pavement and the construction of an 8-in. stabilized reclaimed asphalt pavement (RAP) and aggregate base with an engineered asphalt emulsion, is hardly an event of Biblical proportions.
State Route 101 in Woodburn, Indiana
State Route 101 in Woodburn, Indiana was a narrow 22-foot pavement at the end of its life and was in need of complete reconstruction. The pavement was experiencing fatigue cracking, potholes, and other pavement deformation and was too far gone for any pavement maintenance treatment.