Soil Stabilization

Sparrows Point High School – Baltimore, Maryland

Ruston Paving and Field Turf have worked together on several projects over the past couple years. So when Field Turf ran into an extremely wet site while working on the athletic field reconstruction at Sparrows Point High School, they immediately contacted us and asked if we could dry it out with our soil stabilization process. The school...

Old Dominion Freight Line – Greensboro, North Carolina

Old Dominion Freight Line, a nationwide shipping company, was expanding its commercial truck and employee parking lots. Initially D.F. Chase, the general contractor on the job, was soliciting bids to install some thick, heavy duty lifts of stone and asphalt to carry the load of the trucking fleet. However, we were able to save Old...

Builders First Source – Greensboro, North Carolina

Builders First Source is preparing to move into its new facility in Greensboro, North Carolina. Before opening its doors to the public, the parking and storage areas needed to be reconstructed.  We were contracted by Shelco, the project’s general contractor, to use our full depth reclamation process to rehabilitate the front asphalt parking lot and we...

Magazine Article Features Our Recycling Efforts

Pavement Maintenance & Reconstruction magazine just published a fantastic article about Ruston Paving’s efforts to use the full depth reclamation process on commercial projects. Pavement Maintenance & Reconstruction is the leading magazine serving contractors in the paving, sealcoating, pavement marking and sweeping industries by providing “how to” information to help contractors run their businesses more effectively and...

Lunch & Learn – Greensboro, North Carolina

This week Ruston Paving hosted an educational event the Greensboro, North Carolina area. Tim McConnell, our pavement and soil specialist, presented a “Lunch & Learn” meeting at the Clarion Airport Hotel. Attended by Ruston Paving customers and prospective clients, Tim helped to educate our guests on full-depth reclamation and soil stabilization.  Attendees were eligable for...

SUNY IT – Marcy, New York

Ruston Paving was contracted by SUNY IT to construct a new parking lot that would serve as an overflow area for the athletic fields and field house. During the subbase placement phase, torrential rains saturated the work site. After discussing and pricing various construction options, it was determined that soil stabilization with Portland cement would...

YRC Freight – Baltimore, Maryland

YRC Freight’s Baltimore yard had an overflow area that was used for trailer parking; however, the area was sinking and rutting due to the weight of the trailers.  The area eventually became so severely rutted that it was unusable. Ruston Paving was originally contacted by YRC to perform full depth stone and subgrade replacement to address the...

Seminars on “Green” Construction Methods

Tim McConnell, our pavement and soils specialist, has been making the rounds to our various divisions holding seminars on the processes of full depth reclamation (FDR) and soil stabilization.  Local engineers, along with our current and former clients, attended the seminars in hopes of gaining a greater understanding of these environmentally friendly practices.  Information was handed out at the presentations...

Page Road Grill – Durham, NC

Ruston Paving was recently contracted by Progressive Contracting Company to stabilize the site for the new Page Road Grill at Imperial Corners in Durham.  The initial phase of the project required Progressive Contracting, which is developing the property for Tri Properties, to place up to four feet of fill over the entire site; however, the ground...