Bridgewater - Questions and Answers
September 20, 2019
1. Why does there appear to be extra material in the center of the road?
2. Why is the material different colors in different areas?
3. Why was the material rougher in some areas than others?
4. Should the slurry completely cover the old pavement as it abuts existing paved driveways?
5. Why does the material in the cul-de-sac appear to be breaking up with some turning movements?
September 30, 2019
1. Why was the cape seal process chosen over applying asphalt?
2. Why does the surface not appear completely uniform like asphalt pavement for on a new road?
3. Why are there random striations in the road that look different than the rest of the road?
4. Why does the seam in the middle of the road get wider and narrow in some locations as opposed to go right down the middle of the road?
5. There are areas where there is a gap between a driveway and the new surface. Will this be fixed?
6. Why does the new surface appear to be a different color in some areas?
7. We see some areas where the new pavement surface appears to be cracking. Is that acceptable?
8. How long does it take the cape seal product to cure?
9. Why did the contractor spread gravel on top of the road in some areas?
10. Will the contractor clean up all of the loose gravel in the ditches and other locations?
11. There seems to be space between the guardrail and the ground on the east side of Bridgewater Drive. Is that ok?
12. My mailbox was hit by the contractor’s equipment and is now loose. Will this be fixed?