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Virginia Paving Stafford Receives Lab Certification

Congratulations to Virginia Paving's Stafford laboratory for receiving a VAAES Lab Review Certificate. The lab passed a thorough review by VAA Director Mike Dudley...

Chemung’s Mitchells and Gainesville labs receive lab certification

Congratulations to Chemung Contracting Corp’s Mitchells and Gainesville Laboratories for receiving a VAAES Lab Review certificate in May. Each lab passed a thorough review...

The 20 year fallacy

2021 marks the 28th year since I graduated from Virginia Tech. Except for a week or two in Dr. Martin's Transportation Engineering class, I...

Boxley’s Salem lab receives lab certification

Congratulations to Boxley's Salem Laboratory for receiving a VAAES Lab Review certificate. The lab passed a thorough review by VAA staff covering equipment and...

Luck Stone first aggregate producer to receive lab certification

Congratulations to Luck Stone's Central Laboratory for being the first Aggregate Producer Laboratory to receive a VAAES Lab Review certificate. The lab passed a...

How does your lab stack up?

As an association focused on value-added services, VAA’s education arm, Virginia Asphalt Association Educational Services, LLC (VAAES), launched the Asphalt Lab Review program in...

Colony Construction’s Powhatan Lab receives lab certification

Congratulations to Colony Construction's Powhatan Laboratory for receiving a VAAES Lab Review certificate. The lab passed a thorough review by VAA staff covering equipment...

Lee Hy, Superior, and Boxley Labs receive VAAES Lab Review Certificates

Congratulations Superior Paving Corporation's Culpeper Laboratory, Lee Hy Paving Corporation's Rockville Laboratory, and Boxley Asphalt's Lynchburg Laboratory for receiving the first VAAES Lab Review...

VECAT now offers students national specifications manuals

VDOT, like many other departments of transportation, create specifications explicit to their state. However, most start from the basis of an AASHTO or ASTM...

Perpetual Pavements: The next evolutionary step

The evolution of flexible pavement thickness design began with experience-based approaches before the 1950s through empirical methodologies first created in the 1960s based on...
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