Posted on 1/29/2019 4:00 AM By Sarah Wieremann
Are you looking to join a company with an excellent reputation in the industry it serves? Maybe you like to work outside or run heavy equipment? If so, there may be a career for you at Bituminous Roadways!
Posted on 10/23/2018 4:00 AM By Heidi Sedlacek
In 2016, BR submitted an asphalt paving bid for the Minnesota Vikings TCO Performance Center via an electronic request for proposal to Kraus-Anderson, the project’s general contractor. Once awarded the project, BR didn’t actually start installing asphalt until mid-year, 2017, nearly a year from the original bid date. Other subcontractors were on the docket first, to complete portions of the project prior to BR installing any asphalt.
Posted on 9/13/2018 4:00 AM By Heidi Sedlacek
Since 1970, StuartCo has been a presence in the Twin Cities property management market, building their portfolio to nearly 30 properties. This includes apartment buildings, townhomes, student housing, as well as a senior housing unit with memory care, independent and assisted living options. Bituminous Roadways, Inc. has had the distinct pleasure of working with StuartCo, maintaining the asphalt pavements of many of these properties throughout the years.
Posted on 8/7/2018 4:00 AM By Heidi Sedlacek
As a property manager or property owner, you will likely have two main goals for your pavement areas:
1. Make it last as long as possible
2. Keep it looking as good as possible throughout its life
Posted on 5/15/2018 8:00 AM By David Farris, P.E.
Maintaining your asphalt pavement is critical to extending its service life. Addressing problem areas on your pavement right away will save money by delaying or preventing more expensive repairs.
Posted on 3/6/2018 8:00 AM By Tony Deutsch
If you own an asphalt parking lot in the Minneapolis and St. Paul area, hiring a contractor to repair, resurface or replace asphalt is a considerable investment in your property. Therefore, you should take the necessary steps and do some research to find the best one for you. At Bituminous Roadways, Inc., it is our goal to help our customers by providing useful information about asphalt contractors.
Posted on 2/21/2018 8:00 AM By David Farris, P.E.
Water is one of asphalt’s “natural enemies.” Puddles of water on an asphalt pavement will slowly break down the asphalt and cause a pothole to form. Water deteriorates asphalt by breaking the bonds between the asphalt binder and the rocks and sand. Asphalt binder is a by-product produced from crude oil during gasoline production, and water and oil don’t mix.
Posted on 2/13/2018 4:00 AM By Heidi Sedlacek
During the summer of 2017, Bituminous Roadways, Inc. (BR), was contracted to reconstruct the parking lot for a busy fitness center in the southern Twin Cities metro area. L.A. Fitness management communicated with BR the desire to continue full operation during construction. Due to the extensive nature of this project, BR recommended a two-phase approach. Phasing a project isn’t necessarily an obstacle, but it does take some planning and can present some challenges. The parking area was divided into two sections. When BR was working in the first area, barricades were used to indicate to fitness members where they could park. After the first phase was completed, the barricades were switched and users were able to park on the freshly paved asphalt parking lot while BR completed the second section.
Posted on 1/2/2018 8:00 AM By David Farris, P.E.
Asphalt pavements are widely used for roads, parking lots, industrial surfaces, recreational surfaces, and walking trails. Asphalt pavements are made by combining rocks and sand to a particular recipe and then adding asphalt cement as the black sticky glue that holds the pavement together.
Posted on 12/19/2017 8:00 AM By David Farris, P.E.
Every year, Bituminous Roadways, Inc. produces over half a million tons of asphalt for paving new roadways, athletic surfaces, trails, and parking lots. We work closely with our clients on every project. This way we can help our customers avoid common mistakes costing them extra time and money. How can we save you both? Read our short guide below on how you can prepare for your upcoming asphalt paving project.