Colorado Public Works Journal, Summer 2022

4| ColoradoPublic Works Journal 06 : Works News Equipment 10 : Works News Updates 14 : Snow Day Sean O’Keefe 17 : Snow & Ice 2022 Ready, Set, Snow! 53 : Industry Insight Doug Dean 54 : Association News APWA, NUCA, RTD, CDOT, CAPA, ACPA, CCA, CSSGA 64 : PS! (Parting Shots) Out and About at Events in Colorado 66 : Advertisers Index Our corporate partners Summer 2022 : Volume 18, No.4 Contents Cover Image: Hwy 40/CO Rd 197 ©Arapahoe County Snow Day - page 17 Mailing List Maintenance - COVID update Working from home and miss seeing your copy of CPWJ? No problem, send us your address and we will have your copy of CPWJ mailed to your home address rather than to your office. You may resume delivery to your office at any time. Please take a moment to let us know of any co-workers who may have moved on and no longer need to be on our mailing list. THANK YOU for helping us save resources and be kind to the environment. COLORADO PUBLIC WORKS JOURNAL (ISSN 1555-8258) is published bimonthly in January, March, May, July, September and November CPWJ is published by Coterie Press Ltd., 5 White Birch, Littleton, CO 80127. (303) 933-2526 Managing Editor: Jo Taylor, (720) 360-6737 Editor: William Taylor (303) 933-2526 Volume 18. No.4, July 2022 Production: Coterie Press Design: Violet Cruz Printed by: One Stop Printing Subscription, Mailing Services and Accounting Subscription $30.00 per year in the USA Periodicals Postage Paid in Denver, Colorado. Postmaster: Send address changes to: Coterie Press Ltd., 5 White Birch, Littleton, CO 80127. Contents copyright © 2022 by Coterie Press Ltd. All rights reserved Colorado Public Works Journal is an independent publication designed to be of service and interest to those providing civil services related to infrastructure construction and maintenance and allied fields, including government officials, heavy/civil contractors, engineers and architects, distributors, dealers and manufacturers of equipment and materials, and providers of services to government agencies and the construction and development industry Colorado Public Works Journal accepts no responsibility or liability for the validity of information and articles supplied by contributors, vendors, advertisers or advertising agencies. Opinions expressed are those of the individual writers and do not necessarily represent the views of the publishers of CPWJ.