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Patching Potholes. Warm Springs Indian Reservation Road Maintenance Presentation 50 # Bag Cold Patch vs Stockpiled Cold Mix Hauled From Batch Plant Near Redmond Oregon. Pothole Route 53. Second Pothole on Route 53. Traffic Control For Pothole Patching Operation. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Patching PotholesWarm Springs Indian ReservationRoad Maintenance Presentation50 # Bag Cold Patch vs Stockpiled Cold Mix Hauled From Batch Plant Near Redmond Oregon

  • Pothole Route 53

  • Second Pothole on Route 53

  • Traffic Control For Pothole Patching OperationThree Warning Signs on ApproachesFlagger Controlling Traffic in WorkzoneCones Protecting Workers from Traffic

  • Third Warning Sign North Approach

  • Second Warning Sign North Approach

  • First Warning Sign North Approach

  • Three Warning Signs On South Approach

  • Workzone (Flaggers and Equipment)

  • Workzone Layout (Flagger and Traffic)

  • Normal Method of PatchingCold Patch Ordered in Summer From Batch Plant Near Redmond, OregonTruckloads Of Cold Patch Hauled to Stockpile at Road Maintenance YardMaterial Loaded Onto Patching TrailerMaterial Hand Placed in Cleaned HolesPatch Compacted Prior To Opening for UseCost $40/ton at plant + $150 Haul Costs = $50.71/ton for 14 ton Truckload Lots

  • Material in Stockpile

  • Patching Trailer in Shop Warming First Batch of Patching Material For Morning Shift

  • Cleaning and Drying Potholes

  • Applying Emulsion (Tack)

  • Placing Cold Mix

  • Breaking Large Lumps

  • Heating Mix and Breaking Large Lumps

  • Raking Patch and Cleaning Next Area to be Patched

  • Compacting Outside Edge of Patch

  • Compacting Outside Edge of Patch and Drying Next Patch Area

  • Compacting Center of Patch and Cleaning Next Area to be Patched

  • Patched Pothole Route 53

  • 2 Pallets of Patching Compound

  • QPR Patching Compound 50# Bag

  • Delivered Cost of 50# Bag QPR Patching CompoundQPR 50# Bags x 112 bags x $9.60/bag = $1075.20 Freight = $ 498.00 Total = $1573.20 / 2.8 tons = $ 561.86/ton

    Advantages less preparation of pothole (cleaning drying and applying tack emulsion).Traffic will compact mix.Less Equipment needed to place patch.Permanent Repair of Pothole.

  • End of PresentationThank You