Pavement Rejuvenator Improvements, IP 22-09
July 22, 2022
During the week of July 18th, the Contractor mobilized to the City and completed the entire project. The streets will be temporarily stained as a result of the oil and limestone screenings used in the process, there may also be some tracking onto adjacent driveways from vehicles going through the project. This staining will dissipate over the next several weeks. Overall the project went smoothly and was helped by the effected residents’ patience and cooperation during the project.
July 7, 2022
On Tuesday, June 28, 2022, the City held a preconstruction meeting with Corrective Asphalt Materials, the contractor constructing the improvements. The purpose of the meeting was to review the contractor's proposed construction schedule, to share contact information, and discuss relevant construction related procedures, processes and requirements.
The Contractor currently plans to start work the week of July 19th though July 23rd and will substantially complete their work by September 2, 2022. Please be aware Contractor schedules are subject to change for many factors including; weather, construction interruptions, and possibly other project commitments. A letter was mailed out to all effected residents and may be seen here.
Please contact Joe Feriancek at JFeriancek@cityoframsey.com or call (763) 433-9893 with any questions related to this project in general. For questions related to construction, including any special needs or requests, please contact City project inspector Aaron Madsen by phone at (763) 286-2579 or email AMadsen@cityoframsey.com.
May 13, 2022
On Tuesday, May 10, 2022 Staff presented a proposal from Corrective Asphalt Materials (CAM), who is the sole source provider in Minnesota for Reclamite. City Council voted to award the proposal in the amount of $155,810.35 for the improvements. The improvements are anticipated to occur in early July. City Staff has begun working with the Contractor to set up a pre-construction meeting. During the pre-construction meeting, the Contractor will provide information to the City including; contact information for themselves and their subcontractors, a detailed project schedule, proposed work hours and methods of construction, plans for traffic control, and other construction related information. Staff is anticipating sending a letter out to impacted property owners with this information in mid to late June, once a more firm schedule has been determined.
Please contact me by email at JFeriancek@cityoframsey.com or phone (763) 433-9893 with any questions related to this project in general. For questions related to construction, including any special needs or requests, please contact City project inspector Aaron Madsen by phone at (763) 286-2579 or email AMadsen@cityoframsey.com.
Rejuvenator Use History:
In 2019, the City Council indefinitely suspended sealcoat improvements due to observed pavement stripping under sealcoat issues, which causes approximately the top inch of pavement to strip away from the underlying pavement. These areas of striping originally show as small spots in the surface of the pavement, but quickly migrate across the pavement into large sections.
In alignment with many other metro cities confronted with these same pavement issues, Staff feels pavement rejuvenators will provide the greatest overall benefit at the lowest cost. The City is proposing to use Reclamite, a maltene-based petroleum product with the ability to penetrate into asphalt pavement and restore reactive components (maltenes) that have been lost due to the natural process of oxidation.
Reclamite has been used nationally for more than 50 years and is proven to add 5 to 7 years of service life to pavements. The application is indented to be performed on pavements 5 years old or less.
2022 Proposed Rejuvenator Improvements
A 2022 Pavement Rejuvenator Project map and street segment summary of the proposed 2022 Pavement Rejuvenator Improvements shares the project proposes to cover 9.00 miles (164,011 square yards) of bituminous pavement across 22 subdivisions within the City. Staff focused on previous construction pavement age and location when determining the street segments to treat. Priority was given to recent reconstruction projects over recent overlay projects, due to the larger investment by the City on those street segments.
More information on Reclamite can be found on Corrective Asphalt Material’s in the brochure listed here.