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State of Alaska

Alaska Department of Transportation

Geotextiles & DOT Specifications

JAN 2019

AKDOT

US FABRICS IS NTPEP/AASHTO COMPLIANT. US Fabrics' products are not currently on the QPL.

They currently follow a REVISED 2015 version that follows AASHTO, but with a permittivity requirement of .50 on Subsurface Drainage, Separation & Stabilization. We were forwarded a copy by AKDOT. The 2017 Specification does not reflect this and we have been told a 2019 version is forthcoming that will reflect these requirements.

Below are US Fabric's geotextile products that meet current Alaska DOT geotextile specification, listed by their application. 

Click on the green product name for a data sheet.

US Fabrics Products Meeting Alaska's DOT Specifications
Specification Application Non Woven Woven Composite Grid
729-2.1.1Subsurface Drainage AASHTO Class 2 (modified)US 160NWUS 230  
729-2.01.2Separation AASHTO Class 3 (modified)US 120NW   
729-2.01.3Stabilization AASHTO Class 1 (modified)US 205NW   
729-2.01.4Erosion Control AASHTO Class 1 US 205NWUS 230  
729 Table 729-1Geotextile Reinforcement Type 1US 2600   
729 Table 729-1Geotextile Reinforcement Type 2US 4800/30   
729-2.03Paving Fabric AASHTOUS 100P   
729.2.04.1 Table 729-2 & 3Geogrid Stabilization   BaseGrid 12
729.2.04.2 Table 729-2 & PlansGeogrid Reinforcement - Refer to Project Plans    
More resources may be found on the web:

Alaska DOT Home Page

2017 Standard Specifications For Highway Construction

2015 Standard Specifications For Highway Construction Section 729 "Geosynthetics"

Standard Specifications for Airport Construction - Revised 2/14- Section P-682-1

Designs and Construction Standards (ALL)

Alaska Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan Guide

State QPL information:

Qualified Products List

Areas Served:

US Fabrics is proud to serve the geotextile needs of the State of Alaska, including: Anchorage, Fairbanks, Juneau, Sitka, Wasilla, Kenai, Ketchikan, Palmer, Kodiak, Bethel, Homer, Unalaska, Barrow, Soldotna, Nome, Valdez, Kotzebue, Seward, Petersburg, Dillingham, Cordova, Wrangell, Haines, North Pole, Houston, Craig, Hooper Bay and all other areas of Alaska.