Job Superintendant Cliff Edenfield discussing job with CW Roberts
Cliff Edenfield walks the road prior to paving.
Overview of paving project - Madison Street, Quincy, FL
Milling Machine pulls up the previous layer of pavement which
becomes recycled to make new road.
Milling Machine working at night. The entire job was performed
after dark, while roads were closed.
The milling machine transfers the old asphalt
material to trucks to be reprocessed.
Like something out of Starwars, the Roadtec milling machine is an
Old pavement from several roads was recycled for the job.
The Roadtek Milling Machine is able to precisely mill pavement
exactly up to existing sidewalks and curbs.
Once Pavement is removed and milled, the
sweeper comes in to sweep up debris in preparation for paving.
Worker gestures to awaiting truck to come forward.
Eventually the crew begins work on the side roads near the
A new asphalt machine is being tested by the company.
The first section of new pavement is laid down on E. Washington St.
Trucks, tankers, and additional road building equipment line up in a
procession on N. Madison Street.
The standard paving machine is used to complete the project.
Job Superintendant Cliff Edenfield discusses strategy with his
colleagues. Strict coordination of men and machines is
Paving on Madision begins as the aprons to the side roads are
A new tanker truck sprays a bonding oil prior to paving.
Superintendent Cliff Edenfield checks consistency.
Paving is being done on Madison in two directions based on traffic
flow. Each night, a different side of the road is paved.
CW Roberts employees, laying down asphalt on Madison St.
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