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

Travis Elliott joins Surface Tech Team as Area Sales Manager for Arizona and Las Vegas

Surface Tech announced today the addition of a seasoned asphalt paving professional to its team to serve the Arizona and Las Vegas areas. Travis Elliott...

WTFiber? You mean you still don’t know about the advantages of ACE XP?

Surface Tech affirms commitment to sustainability by seeking Environmental Product Declarations

Why settle for bad roads when there’s an easier, better mix solution?

China, India, Japan, US, Canada and Germany all have one thing in common when it comes to paving asphalt roads. These countries discovered how...

KYTC and Mago Construction found ACE XP® reinforced asphalt a winning solution for Bluegrass Parkway

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet wrestled for years with pavements that failed to live up to lifespan expectations on a busy 74-mile stretch of the...

At 30 years old, is Superpave still a valid asphalt design method?

The Superpave asphalt design method traces its roots back to 1984 when the Transportation Research Board (TRB) called for investments in badly needed...

The good news for 2021: We still need smooth roads

The bad news: Old, outmoded paving solutions die hard

Colorado homebuilder puts JUNO XP concrete to the test in patio placement

Aspen View Homes in Colorado Springs, CO, put a concrete mix containing Surface Tech’s JUNO XP®, alternative supplemental cementitious material (ASCM),...