Andre LeBlanc reflects on his company’s experience with ACE XP and Surface Tech

In September, Andre LeBlanc, Vice President of Operations for Petroleum Marketing Group (PMG), engaged Surface Tech in a test of ACE XP Polymer Fiber®...

Now that IIJA is a reality, what’s the most important question to ask?

We congratulate and commend NAPA and its partners for their tireless advocacy that helped push lawmakers to pass the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs...

Surface Tech’s ACE XP Polymer Fiber® chosen for testing by prestigious NCAT institution

ACE XP Polymer Fiber® underwent a rigorous test of the strength and durability it provides to asphalt pavements at the National Center for Asphalt...

Taylor Schmidt joins Surface Tech to serve Southern California region

As growth continues in SoCal, Surface Tech stands ready to answer the needs of its public and private customers by adding experienced representatives to...

Gilgal Stones finds Surface Tech solutions competitive, profitable and customer-pleasing

Russell Lindsey, president of Gilgal Stones in Abilene, TX, was no stranger to the power of aramid fiber technology when he initially reached out to...

AAPT Annual Meeting caps a year of increased awareness of critical issues

As president, Phil Blankenship brought increased focus on new technologies and innovative materials

Will para-aramid fibers help decrease cracking in asphalt containing recycled plastics?

Detailed and numerous real world case studies have clearly shown that ACE XP Polymer Fibers® can significantly decrease cracking in asphalt pavements....

How can only 3.4 ounces of an asphalt additive make your pavement stronger and last longer?

The answer is para-aramid fibers — coated with wax for a no-mess, easy way to add to any mix. Para-aramid fibers from Surface Tech measure only 19mm or...

Tougher and under budget — with no ruts or cracks after three years!

City of Brooks finds ACE XP Polymer Fibers a good value for asphalt paving

Four years later, and not a crack in sight

Mountain Highway in North Vancouver proves ACE XP can stand up to traffic and weather