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.
Shelly and Sands resurfaced the SR 60 project, consisting of approximately 9 ½ miles of paving using twenty four thousand tons of hot mix. This project incorporated by change order ODOTs experimental Thin-lift smoothness specification. The existing pavement had a measured roughness of 19 inches per mile. Shelly and Sands was successful in reducing the roughness of the pavement to 2 inches per mile.