April 1 marked the start of several major road construction projects across the state and that’s not a joke. While asphalt works fine for fixing potholes, it’s aggregate from quarries that makes our interstates and other major roads last as long as they do. In today’s video from Building Wisconsin TV, host Stuart Keith meets with state and industry guests and visits a couple quarries to see how the members of WI Operating Engineers Local 139 supply the material to get the job done.

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