Colorado Public Works Journal, Spring 2021

WWW.CO-ASPHALT.COM CATEGORY Residential Subdivision Winner: Martin Marietta Agency: City of Greeley This is the third year in a row that Martin Marietta and the City of Greeley have won this same award together. This $6.3M project is part of the Keep Greeley Moving Tax that the citizens voted for in 2015 to improve Greeley’s road infra- structure. The scope of work included milling, placing geofabric and a leveling coarse and a final wearing course. The project was successful with additional contributions provided by: - Crasco providing utility adjustments - Alpha Milling providing milling - Terracon Consultants providing testing - RoadSafe completing pavement markings The judges scored near perfect for both longitudinal and transverse joints, noting “The attention to detail was obvious. Project utility adjustments are fabulous, and the joints are almost non-existent. Zero segregation!” Sunrise Neighborhood The “Best in Colorado” Asphalt Pavement Awards for 2020 were announced on Thursday February 25, 2021. Unfortunately, the event was a virtual event. The awards for the various award categories including the CDOT Plant Production and Smooth- ness awards may be viewed from the CAPA web- site or the CAPA YouTube page. Congratulations to all of the winners and those who reached the 300 club this year. A job well done! Spring 2021 | 11 CAPA would like to recognize our “Best in Colorado” sponsors that help make this award program successful. Wagner Equipment, our award Program Sponsor. Our Event sponsors including: