In a moment of recognition, the Laurens County preservation project took center stage at the prestigious 2023 AEMA-ARRA-ISSA Annual Meeting held in Arizona. This project aimed to improve the condition of dirt roads in the area and was further enhanced by the expertise of The Scruggs Company. The successful completion of this 3-mile route showcases the power of collaboration and innovative preservation techniques.

Setting the Path for Progress

Laurens County recognized the need to address the condition of its dirt roads and trusted The Scruggs Company to reconstruct a 3-mile route. The goal was clear – to improve the driving experience and ensure longevity for these roads. By investing in this preservation project, the county demonstrated a commitment to infrastructure development and enhancing its residents’ overall quality of life.

Expertise in Action

The Scruggs Company, known for its excellence in construction and preservation, played a pivotal role in enhancing the newly reconstructed road. Employing prime, triple seal, and E-Fog techniques, ensured that the road’s quality and material would be preserved for years to come. These innovative components work together to block water infiltration, protecting the road from damage caused by moisture and extending its lifespan.

Recognizing Achievement and Hard Work

The success of the Laurens County preservation project has not gone unnoticed. Being recognized at the 2023 AEMA-ARRA-ISSA Annual Meeting is a testament to the dedication, hard work, and commitment of all those involved. The county’s initiative, combined with the expertise of The Scruggs Company, has received well-deserved attention, spotlighting its commitment to excellence in infrastructure development.