Transport asphalt material to and from the jobsite.
Asphalt/Concrete Saw Cutting
Full depth saw cutting to facilitate the removal of asphalt/concrete material.
Milling Asphalt Pavements
Milling, cleaning and disposing of excess milled asphalt material.
Asphalt Concrete Plant Mix Pavements
Construction of asphalt mixture on a prepared surface including preparation, placement, and compaction of plant mix asphalt, furnishing and applying the tack coat. This includes Ultra-Thin Paving, Open Graded Friction Course, and Novachip.
Asphalt Concrete Plant Mix, Pavement Repair
Repair existing pavement with asphalt plant mix. Contractors performing this work code must be able to cut the existing pavement to a neat vertical joint and uniform line, remove and dispose of existing pavement, coat the area with tack coat and replace asphalt.
Crack and Joint Seal (Asphalt Pavement)
Apply hot joint sealer along pavement cracks and joints using a portable melting kettle to heat the material to proper temperature. The contractor will be responsible for removing vegetation, dirt, moisture and loose material from the cracks and joints prior to placement of the sealer. Applied sealant shall form a watertight bond on the pavement surface.
Microsurfacing and Slurry Seal
Asphalt Surface Treatment - Chip Seal
Furnish, haul, spread, and roll asphalt material consisting of one or more applications of aggregate cover coat material on a prepared surface; furnishing and spreading blotting sand. Asphalt surface treatments include chip seal, straight seal, split seal, triple seal, sand seal, and cape seal.
Construct rumble strips on asphalt concrete shoulders by using a rotary cutting head that creates a milled strip 16" wide by 7" long to a depth of 1/2" to 5/8".
Mechanical Application High Friction Surface Treatment
Work shall consist of the application of High Friction Surface Treatments (HFST) for use on asphalt and concrete pavements in accordance with NCDOT special High Friction surface Treatment provisions/specifications. Operation 800 square yards or greater using sprayers, truck mounted applicators, or automated trucks capable of process control and reporting capabilities.
Within the last 5 years the installer must have successfully completed 10,000 square yards of HFST with demonstrating acceptable friction readings of at least 65 in accordance with ASTM E274 or AASHTO T242 after installation
Mechanical Assisted equipment can include blowers, sprayers, truck mounted applicators, or automated trucks.
Hand Application High Friction Surface Treatment
Work shall consist of the application of High Friction Surface Treatments (HFST) for use on asphalt and concrete pavements in accordance with NCDOT special High Friction surface Treatment provisions/specifications. Operation predominately using manual / hand held tools (typically squeegee) to apply and distribute resin (typically lacking process controls and capabilities for real time monitoring and reporting.
Within the last 5 years the installer must have successfully completed 10,000 square yards of HFST with demonstrating acceptable friction readings of at least 65 in accordance with ASTM E274 or AASHTO T242 after installation.
Concrete Pavement (Streets or Highways, not Sidewalks or Driveways)
Place full lane width concrete pavement on city streets, secondary roads, arterial streets, highways and interstates only. Contractors performing this work code are responsible for funishing and placing concrete and furnishing admixtures. Contractors must be able to place dowel bar baskets with proper alignment in advance of paving where necessary, as well as finish and cure completed concrete pavement. This work code does not cover work performed on parking lots, private drives, drive approaches, curbs, sidewalks, etc.
Remove and replace individual concrete slabs. Contractors performing this work code must be able to remove the slab with appropriate equipment, drill holes into adjacent slabs for dowel bars (as necessary) and have forming and finishing equipment to pour new slabs. This work code does not cover diamond grinding, joint sealing, or epoxy overlays. This work code does not cover work performed on parking lots, private drives, or any surface other than streets or highways.
Sawing and Sealing Joints
Saw cut, clean and seal transverse concrete joints on concrete pavement only. This work code does not cover asphalt crack filling or asphalt crack sealing which is approved under work code 657, or sidewalk/driveway expansion joints.
Grind existing concrete pavement using a grinding machine that has closely spaced diamond saw blades.
Roller Compacted Concrete (RCC)
This work includes, but not limited to, the designing of the mix, producing, furnishing and placing of the concrete; compaction; finishing; constructing joints; curing; coring for test; and quality control testing.
Concrete Mixing Plant (Pugmill)
High Density Paver
Self-Propelled Steel Drum
Rubber Tire Roller