ONCE THOUGHT EXCESSIVE, NOW A VIABLE ALTERNATIVE TO ASPHALT ROADS

A CREW FROM MAYS CONCRETE works in a new Redlands subdivision. Grand Junction Engineering Manager Trent Prall said he believes more contractors will pour concrete in the months to come.



CONCRETE ROADS 5 11-20

A CREW FROM MAYS CONCRETE works in a new Redlands subdivision. Grand Junction Engineering Manager Trent Prall said he believes more contractors will pour concrete in the months to come.

When a contractor charged with reconstructing a north Grand Junction intersection recently inquired about finishing off a rebuilt road with concrete instead of asphalt, city officials did…




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