Each year at its Annual Meeting, Flexible Pavements of Ohio (FPO) recognizes projects that demonstrate exceptional quality in asphalt pavement construction. These awards represent a diverse spectrum of pavement types from Ohio's interstate system with some of the highest traffic volumes in the nation, to low volume rural roadways, to airport runways, and commercial facilities.
The Shelly Company resurfaced CR 32 for the Sandusky County Engineer, Jim Moyer. The Sandusky county road 32 project was over seven miles in length. It consisted of a two course overlay having a total thickness of 2 ¼ inches and almost eight thousand tons of hot mix. This project was the countys first venture into the use of polymer modified mixes.