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Aggregate Industries-SWR Inc. Require 58 Blasting Events on Nevada's SR 160 Job

Construction crews from Aggregate Industries-SWR Inc. have just completed a $59 million highway widening project in Nevada that posed some tricky challenges, but is expected to make a critical rural stretch of State Route 160 significantly safer for the 8,600 vehicles that travel it daily....


RAM Opens Registration for 2020 BEST Course at South Dakota School of Mines

RAM Inc.'s 2020 enhanced Blasting and Explosives Safety Training (BEST) Course will be held at the South Dakota School of Mines in Rapid City, S.D., from Sept. 9 to 11. Building on a solid foundation of explosives regulatory, technology and application sessions, this year's course features instructions on hazard recognition posed by deteriorated explosives....


Ledge Removal Continues in Vermont Before More Rocks Tumble on Highway

To rectify a rock fall that occurred in 2012 and forced a temporary closing of a portion of I-89 in Berlin, Vt. , the state of Vermont removed a 1,400 ft. section of rock from the area. Most of the blasting that was done to remove the rock was completed, but small blasts may be needed to complete the job....


Nighttime Blasting Begins on Roberts Mountain

Interstate 5 motorists traveling between Tri City and Winchester can expect intermittent nighttime delays the next three months due to blasting work on Roberts Mountain. Kerr Contractors of Woodburn began blasting work on Roberts Mountain on Interstate 5 on Aug....






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