Pine Street – Brevard County, FL

Project Description This roadway sees a heightened amount of loaded truck traffic due to its proximity to the county landfill. The 2-mile-long project was 24’ wide and used 7,200 lbs. of fiber reinforced asphalt. This fiber reinforced roadway will benefit from reduced rutting & cracking while benefiting from an additional 30% longer life-cycle. Technical Specifications […]

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State Route 291 – New York

Project Description This roadway was overlaid with 1” of FORTAfied® asphalt and will aid to preventing cracking and extend the pavement life cycle. FORTA reinforcement fibers offer extreme durability, reduced maintenance, and proven performance. Technical Specifications Fiber Reinforcement: FORTA-FI® Application: Resurfacing Mix Formula: Dense Grade HMA Overlay Thickness: 1” Additives: 20% RAP Asphalt Grade: PG64-22 […]

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Rawlins Airport Runway – Rawlins, WY

Project Description FORTA-FI reinforcement fiber was used to save upfront costs on this Wyoming runway project. Due to severe thermal cracks, Sage Civil Engineering designed a pavement section utilizing a Full Depth Reclamation (FDR) layer. This 2” FORTA-FI reinforced asphalt (FRAC) overlay was chosen over other options for its cost savings benefits and for enhanced […]

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Pima County, Wilmot Road – Tucson, AZ

Project Description Pima County recognized that they needed more durable asphalt pavements to withstand the harsh desert climate of Southern Arizona. Working towards this goal, they decided to trial Fiber Reinforced Asphalt (FRA) on Wilmot Road. The road was paved with a one-mile section of FORTA-FI reinforced asphalt, followed by a one-mile section of a […]

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Maher Terminal – Port Elizabeth, NJ

Project Description The pavement of this terminal sees severe rutting caused by container moving equipment. These extremely heavy pieces of equipment are forced to run on an exact path and cause damage to the asphalt. To extend the pavement life cycle at this facility, a control vs. fiber project was completed. Update After just 2 […]

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State Route 15 – Palm Beach County, FL

Project Description This control vs. fiber project for the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) placed fibers in both the base and wearing courses. On-site personnel were very pleased with FORTA Voyager’s performance at the plant and did not experience clumping issues at the job site. Over the next few years, FDOT will evaluate the project […]

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Distribution Center – McDonough, GA

Project Description The main drive of this property was reinforced from the main entrance to the gate and continued into the receiving area. In the first phase of this project contractors milled to full-depth and replaced with binder and wear surface lifts. The entirety of this project was done at night, with low 40 temperatures, […]

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ODOT Trial Project – Ohio

Project Description The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) used FORTA-FI reinforcement fibers in this high-volume trial roadway project. We will monitor this pavement in FORTA’s commitment to create Stronger Lasting™ pavements. Technical Specifications Fiber Reinforcement: FORTA-FI® Total project Size: 6,000 Tons Construction Type: Composite Overlay Mix Design: 12.55 mm SuperPave with PG 70-22 Binder Download […]

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Morrisville Resurface Project – Morrisville, NC

Project Description The City of Morrisville resurfaced its city streets with FORTA-FI reinforced asphalt. By choosing the 3” FRAC mill & fill instead of a 4” non-FRAC intermediate surface, this $1.1 million project saved $63,000. The decision to use FORTA-FI in this project came from the data of independent studies and will be a great […]

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Interstate 390 & 590 – Rochester, NY

Description This three-part project using FORTA-FI reinforcement fibers included a full-depth reclamation at Interstate Route 390, a saw & sealed portion of Interstate Route 590 from Winton Rd to State Route 31, and a 2” direct overlay on IR 590 from IR 390 to Winton Rd. 5-Year Update After 5 years the roadway still shows […]

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