Types of Flexible Asphalt Pavements

When it comes to engineering the design of flexible pavement, there’s no “one size fits all”. Each road and environment is unique and must be treated as such. Factors such as traffic conditions, climate, geology, materials, and much more are taken into consideration when it comes to developing the right … Read More

A Look Back on G3 Milestones in 2020

This past year was unlike any other, and our team is grateful to have made progress on many projects throughout 2020. Thanks to our G3 team and dedicated client partnerships, we were able to offer service of the highest quality and with a sense of urgency during these unprecedented times, … Read More

How Inertial Profiling Systems Work to Measure and Specify Pavement Smoothness

Inertial profiling systems generate 2D surface profiles under industry standards such as ASTM E950 and AASHTO r57. They record the wheelpath elevation profiles that affect the ride quality of the traveling public. Inertial profiling systems are known for their accuracy, repeatability, and the overall ability to precisely measure features on … Read More

Concrete Shrinkage: What Is It, and How Can It Be Prevented?

If installed properly, concrete is extremely durable and low maintenance. It absorbs and retains heat, it’s wind and water-resistant, and it’s non-combustible. Cracked concrete, on the other hand, is a different story. One of the main culprits of cracked concrete is known as dry-shrinkage cracking, which can be a real … Read More

What Makes Fly Ash Useful?

great majority of the electricity we use in America comes from coal-fired power plants. During this process, coal is ground into a fine powder and burned in a boiler at very high temperatures. This heat produces steam, which spins a turbine to produce electricity. The fine powder that is a … Read More

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