PennDOT VRAM in District 9

Impact Oct 3, 2023

PennDOT Case Study on Using VRAM for Longitudinal Joints

Associated Asphalt has completed a case study documenting PennDOT’s 5-year work plan to investigate the use of void-reducing asphalt membrane (VRAM) for longitudinal joints and extending the life of asphalt pavement. PennDOT’s program led to the introduction of a VRAM Standard Special Provision that can be used on projects let on or after April 14,…

Location, business, business location

Impact May 16, 2022

History of the Bristol Terminal

The history with the Bristol terminal begins long before Associated Asphalt owned it. In 1948, Associated Asphalt had a different name and offered a different set of products and service offerings. We were once Fuel Oil & Equipment, offering home heating oil delivery to the surrounding areas. Our story with the Bristol terminal began with…

Associated Asphalt employees applying fuel resistant asphalt on a I-10 highway with a large roller vehicle.

Impact Feb 1, 2022

Fuel-Resistant Asphalt Applied on I-10 Agricultural Inspection Site Project

It is great when a performance product developed for a particular industry crosses over to solve problems in another. Such is the case with our fuel-resistant asphalt binder, StellarFlex FR®, originally designed and developed for airfield pavements. We completed a project in October 2021 for the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) and the Florida Agriculture…

An aerial view of Associated Asphalts' Gainesville Terminal.

Impact Jan 24, 2022

History of the Gainesville Terminal

Associated Asphalt’s Gainesville Terminal is located about an hour and a half northeast of Atlanta, GA, in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. Over 33 years, the terminal has seen many changes and grown immensely since its beginning. In September of 1988, on 14 acres of vacant land, Michael and Dale Weekley built what would…

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