Volume 19, Number 2
Volume 19, Number 2
On The Front Cover

Located in Gorham, Maine, Shaw Brothers operates a 400 TPH (362 MTPH) 8 ft x 40 ft (2.44 m x 12.19 m) Astec Double Barrel® plant, one of the largest asphalt plants in New England. The plant features Astec’s patented warm mix system to take advantage of recycled asphalt pavement (RAP) and includes the V-Pack™ Stack Temperature Control System.

In This Issue
Point Of View Point Of View
Words from Malcolm Swanson, President of Astec, Inc.
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The Greenest Plant in Maine The Greenest Plant in Maine
Earthwork contractor expands operations with high-tech plant
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Highway A63 Takes Shape Highway A63 Takes Shape
Portable Astec plant benefits one of the largest highways in France
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Century Asphalt Terminal Century Asphalt Terminal
Astec's innovative drum designs increase RAP usage giving customers the competitive edge
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The Colors Of Asphalt The Colors Of Asphalt
Paving company uses Roadtec's MTV and infrared camera
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Mega-Mountain Roadway Challenge Mega-Mountain Roadway Challenge
Colombian highway contractor tackles country's first four-lane road
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New articles...
From Ship to Shore and Right Next Door
From Ship to Shore and Right Next Door

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Exceeding The RAS Standard
Asphalt shingle recycler expands business with Peterson grinders

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Astec Schools Preview
Registration opens October 1 for January 2015 classes

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RPM: Ratio Percentage Manager
New data management tool from Astec

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Paver Performance Delivers
Roadtec RP-190e helps contractor achieve maximum smoothness

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Built To Burn
Astec burners offer the latest in technology

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Learning By Experience
Asphalt producer explains the challenges of shingles

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Tackling the M10 Reconstruction
Russian contractor uses Astec Portable Double Barrel® plant

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Trade Show Spotlight
Astec Industries exhibits at ConExpo to record attendance

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On The Front Lines
Astec’s Greg Painter wears many hats while assisting customers

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Hot-Mix News
What's happening at Astec Industries

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Hot-Mix Magazine
is published by the family of companies known as Astec Industries, Inc. Our mission is to provide members of the HMA industry with up-to-date news about HMA and WMA technology and the recent advances in the industry.
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Editorial Staff
Editor:
Donna Campbell
Staff Photographers:
Paul Shelton (Astec)
Brandon Meredith (Astec)
Scott Lee (Roadtec)
Sam Anselmi (Astec)
Subscription Services:
Diane Hunt (Astec)
Website:
Alan Darr (Astec)
Directors of Advertising:
Paul Shelton (Astec)
Frank Eley (Heatec)
Stephanie Rider (Roadtec)
Editorial Board:
Dr. J. Don Brock
Ben Brock (Astec)
Tom Baugh (Astec)
Paul Shelton (Astec)
Norman Smith