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...

Article Features Ruston Paving and FDR

An article highlighting the Woodcliff Office Park project in Fairport, NY was recently published on that features Ruston Paving and the process of FDR (full depth reclamation).  To read the entire article, click HERE.

Fresh New Look!

Ruston Paving’s website got a facelift!  While you’re checking it out, be sure to look through our new Recycling section.  

FDR: The Solution for Clairmont Apartments

When Jory Alteri, a senior project manager from our Durham, NC division, visited Clairmont at Hillandale Apartments, he knew he could solve the distressed pavement issues and provide the owner with a solid pavement structure for Phase 2.  Utilizing Full Depth Reclamation (FDR) we would be able to recycle the existing pavement and re-use the base following the stabilization with portland cement. ...

Chapel Hill Country Club Featured on YouTube

Our latest YouTube video features Ruston Paving performing the full depth reclamation (FDR) process from start to finish. Chapel Hill Country Club located in Chapel Hill, North Carolina reconnected with Ruston Paving for another project after working closely with us during the reconstruction of their parking areas two years ago. A bank of 4 tennis courts were...

Stoltz Uses Ruston Paving in New YouTube Video

Stoltz Manufacturing came down to Chapel Hill, North Carolina to oversee the start-up of our new site spreader.  The operation of the new equipment was flawless.  We are proud to represent them on YouTube.