Rejuvenating agents known as “CRF” and “Reclamite” are applied to the surface of previously resurfaced or reconstructed asphalt pavements. CRF is a mixture of liquid rejuvenating agents and fine aggregate that is applied to older and/or more porous pavement surfaces. Reclamite is a liquid that is applied to the newer and/or less porous pavement surfaces.
This project consists of removal and installation of 52.5 feet of retaining wall along the northeast side of Ardmore Avenue Frontage road. The scope of work for the project includes removing and replacing existing curb and gutter, 2 foot wide resurfacing of the adjacent pavement, removal of trees in conflict, and clearing and restoring the parkway behind the retaining wall.