How to Pave a Road?

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There is a lot of planning and execution that usually goes into paving a road. One thing that must be done is to level it out at the exact right level.
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How to Pave a Road
Ever since the beginning of civilization, road builders have been working on securing avenues of travel for the inhabitants of the world. Beginning with dirt roads, they went to a mixture of rock and sand, moving to where we have today's multi-functional... More »
Difficulty: Challenging
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