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VDOT Maintenance Division Administrator retires

On December 31, VDOT State Maintenance Division Administrator Branco Vlacich retired from VDOT. Branco joined VDOT in 2005 as the NOVA District Maintenance Administrator...

VDOT issues PTRS guidance

In conjunction with the most recent VDOT/VAA Statewide Traffic Engineering Cooperative Committee meeting, VDOT has shared guidance related to the application of Portable Temporary...

E-ticketing allowance extended to March 31

On December 29, VDOT State Materials Engineer Andy Babish sent notice of continuing guidance regarding the temporary elimination of paper weigh tickets and shipping...

2021 Asphalt seminar becomes webinar

As with nearly all seminars, workshops, and conferences, the 2021 Asphalt Seminar will now be a webinar. There will be two dates for this...

VAA holds lite version of MAAE

December 10, VAA held a Lite version of the Mid-Atlantic Asphalt Expo and Conference (MAAE). Noting Zoom and virtual meeting fatigue, VAA scaled back...

VAAES lab review program: 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), will be launching the Asphalt Lab Review...

Top 2019 paving projects celebrated

The cancellation of in-person events and activities due to COVID could not stop VAA and VDOT from celebrating the best asphalt paving projects completed...

VDOT promotes Habib to Assistant State Materials Engineer

VDOT announced effective December 10, Affan Habib, P.E., will be the Assistant State Materials Engineer overseeing soils and chemistry laboratory functions, as well as the...

Oven Correction Factors: Do they really matter?

Several years ago, Dr. Randy West of the National Center for Asphalt Technology (NCAT) wrote an engaging and thought-provoking article in Asphalt Technology News....

The Power of the Carrot: Using incentives to improve quality

Psychologists have studied ways to motivate people for years. What methods work and do not work? The value of using reward versus punishment to change...
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