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“Thank you for an excellent job at ISU this year… I know we are a challenging customer, we have a lot of events, issues, etc. that we need to try to satisfy and your crew is always willing to help in any way they can.”
--Les Lawson, Iowa State University, Facilities Planning & Management, Manager, Campus Services The Gee Quality MAKES the Gee Difference:
Many of the National Park Service’s deferred maintenance issues could have been avoided with proper preventative attention. "‘You can pay me now or pay me later,‘ says a 1970s oil-filter commercial, which advised spending on preventative auto care to avoid costly repairs later. The slogan is a good analogy for how the deferred maintenance backlog at America’s national parks has climbed to nearly $12 billion.
The mission of the National Park Service is to preserve and protec
Eden Prairie, Minnetonka, Bloomington, Burnsville, Golden Valley, White Bear Lake and Maple Grove have all filed identical suits against the companies they claim should pay for the costly cleanup of the polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) that have polluted numerous storm water ponds and waterways in the southwestern suburbs.
The refined coal tar products, made from raw or crude coal tar, contain between 15 and 30 percent PAHs by weight. According to the US Geological S
A group of Minnesota cities is suing several large chemical refiners over the contamination of hundreds of ponds caused by coal tar sealant sprayed on parking lots, driveways and playgrounds. BURNSVILLE, Minn. (Iris Perez, FOX 9, 1/02/2019)
A lawsuit filed by seven Minnesota suburbs alleges seven manufacturers knowingly contributed to the contamination of hundreds, if not thousands, of state stormwater ponds by way of coal tar. Coal tar, a common pavement sealant, contains h
"We greatly look forward to continuing work with Gee Asphalt Inc. and would highly recommend them to any county interested in using their product." This past summer the Berrien County Road Department contracted Gee Asphalt Inc. to treat approximately six miles of roadway with GSB-88®. The BCRD had been searching for a product like this for several years to use as an alternative to our standard sealcoat process. After this trial run with Gee Asphalt, we have determined GSB-88®
(After a citizen unexpectedly got GSB® on his vehicle.)
“Complements to your Lincoln, NE crew!"
"…Following the A St. incident, James at Lincoln Roads put me in touch with Myles and, after some uncertainty about available time, we were able to connect. Myles and his two guys, Will and Clifford, were cordial and went out of their way to get my vehicle cleaned up. Sparkles plenty now! My thanks to them and you for doing things the way we wish others would. Great example of how
The multi-use Rolling Prairie Trail is one of Franklin County’s most prized attractions. Visitors and donors expect the trail, which was formerly a railroad, to be a well-maintained outlet for year-round recreation and nature-lovers of all ages. "Hi my name’s Ned Parker, I’m the director of Franklin County Conservation in Hampton, Iowa. We’re out here on The Rolling Prairie Trail, in the city limits of Hampton, looking at a recent application of GSB-88® put on by Gee Asphalt
This 2003 e-mail about GSB® performance, written by an industry expert, is just as relevant today as it was then! From: Peter Sebaaly Sent: 1/ 22/2003 To: Dan Gee Subject: Preventive Maintenance Dan, …for your meeting with the Iowa Highway Research Board. The first thing you want to do is to educate those in charge that preventive maintenance is the best way to keep up with their pavement system. Preventive maintenance means that you do something to the pavement before you st
Why did the Gee Seal Change? For the observant among you, the math doesn’t add up. We seemed to go from “In Business for 44+ Yrs” to “Est. 1950”. The explanation is an easy one. While the company name “Gee Asphalt Systems was launched in 1973, it rose up on the stable foundation of Gee Grading & Excavating, est. in 1950 by Albert Gee. It was through the daily work of Gee Grading & Excavating, Albert became aware of the growing health and environmental concerns associated with
(excerpted from “How Pittsburgh is test driving tech to make your commute smarter.” Sept 6, 2017, Jeffrey Brown reporting) Another problem for drivers and the city, potholes and decaying streets. And there’s a project under way here to deal with that. Pittsburgh has more than 800 miles of roads and, like most cities, a limited budget to maintain them. Professor Christoph Mertz has devised software that could help the city better determine where to send repair crews.