As a leading provider of paving materials and services for the road construction industry, Hammaker East and our parent company, Russell Standard, communicate and work with numerous states, local municipalities, contractors and industry peers. To keep you informed, here is a listing of our latest news.

Potholes… meet JASA HP

JASA HP is our highest-grade, best-performing cold patch, designed for extreme weather conditions. The finished material can be used in all temperature ranges and works well in water. Recently, we talked with our JASA HP expert Brian Kleist to share insight into what makes JASA HP unique and why this option is something you should consider […]

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Total Process Reliability: Prevention, Detection and Restoration

We cannot become what we want to be by remaining what we are. ~ Max DePree Hammaker East has serviced our customers’ ever-changing needs with a highly trained and dedicated team for more than 85 years. With our core purpose of improving communities through better infrastructure, we always strive to find ways to build on […]

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Tack Buckets Now Available

Tack buckets are the perfect solution for small paving jobs that do not require distributor trucks. Recent demand for these buckets over the last year has led Hammaker East and Russell Standard to develop a premium, water-based tack coat, tack bucket called Asphalt Binder: Asphalt Emulsion Tack Coat. Ideal for asphalt patching and paving, Asphalt Binder is specially formulated for buckets because […]

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Maryland State Highway Approves JASA HP Cold Patch

After a lengthy field trial, Maryland State Highway Administration recently approved the Russell Standard/Hammaker East JASA High Performance Cold Patch (JASA HP) for use. JASA HP is currently approved by DOT’s in Pennsylvania and Ohio. What makes JASA HP unique is how it was specifically engineered for the harsh winters and freeze/thaw cycles common to the Mid-Atlantic Region. […]

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PA Town Taps Russell Standard for FiberMat Project

“Township commissioners approved a nearly $74,500 contract on July 16, with Pittsburgh-based Russell Standard Corp. to apply a product called FiberMat that promises to last longer than ordinary “tar and chip” road preparations, according to Richard Albert, director of public works.” TribLive Article by: Tony Russo Posted to Trib Live July 30, 2014

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