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State of Maryland

Maryland Department of Transportation

Geotextiles & DOT Specifications

JAN 2019

MDTA

Maryland DOT document MSMT "Geotextile Acceptance & Quality Control Assurance Procedures" requires geotextiles be tested by and listed with NTPEP. US Fabrics geotextile products are current with NTPEP. They appear to follow AASHTO M 288 as a guideline, with the exception of Class E. For puncture they reference the new ASTM D-6241 CBR method, but the values they list appear to be related to the outdated ASTM 4833 method.

Below are US Fabric's geotextile products that meet the Maryland DOT geotextile specification, listed by their application. US 160NW & US 205NW are on the List of Qualified Materials.

Click on the green product name for a data sheet.

US Fabrics Products Meeting Maryland's DOT Specifications
Specification Application Non Woven Woven Composite Grid
Section 921.09.01SD Type IUS 160NWUS 230  
Section 921.09.01SD Type IIUS 160NW   
Section 921.09.01PE Type IUS 205NWUS 230  
Section 921.09.01PE Type IIUS 205NW   
Section 921.09.01PE Type IIIUS 205NW   
Section 921.09.01SEUS 205NW   
Section 921.09.01ST US 315  
Section 921.09.01F US 200  
Section 921.09.01EUS 205NW   
More resources may be found on the web:

Maryland DOT Home Page

Business Standards and Specifications

Standard & Supplemental Specifications (ALL Years)

2018 Standard Specifications 919 - Geotextiles

State QPL information:

List of Qualified Producers/Manufacturers - Geosynthetic Materials, Geotextiles

Qualified Producers and Products Lists (QPL) (ALL)

"Geotextile Acceptance & Quality Assurance Procedures."

NOTES:

• The above information is to be used only as a guide.

• Strata Geogrids are approved as part of proprietary retaining wall.

• Products on the above list can change without notice.

 

Areas Served:

US Fabrics is proud to serve the geotextile needs of the State of Maryland including: Baltimore, Frederick, Rockville, Gaithersburg, Bowie, Hagerstown, Annapolis, College Park, Salisbury, Laurel, Greenbelt, Cumberland, Westminster, Hyattsville, Takoma Park, Aberdeen, Havre de Grace, Cambridge, New Carrollton, Frostburg, Mount Rainier, Taneytown, Glenarden, Brunswick, District Heights, Fruitland, Seat Pleasant, Pocomoke City, Crisfield, Easton, Elkton, Bel Air, Mount Airy, Bladensburg, La Plata, Ocean City, Riverdale Park, Hampstead, Cheverly, Thurmont, Walkersville, Chesapeake Beach, Chestertown, Poolesville, Manchester, Berlin, Sykesville, Denton, Perryville, Capitol Heights, Centreville, Middletown, Indian Head, North East, Boonsboro, Princess Anne, Berwyn Heights, Brentwood, Smithsburg, Delmar and all other areas of Maryland.