Article – Full Depth Reclamation Solves Construction Problems in Wet and Weak Soils

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On average, 57,000 tons of cargo is pushed through the Port of Seattle’s Terminal 115 each month. Located just south of downtown Seattle, the terminal is occupied by Northland Services Inc., the port’s fourth-largest tenant. The busy yard takes a lot of pounding, so when rehabilitation became necessary, special consideration was given to the available alternatives before deciding on a paving and pavement foundation method. A method of pavement rehabilitation known as full-depth reclamation proved to be the foundation method of choice, as it provided greater strength and durability than most of the other pavement alternatives. Applies to: Parking Lots, Streets & Roads
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