The Aggregate Source Approval database stores detailed information about companies
that provide aggregate for road projects. You may search the database for the source or sources that meet your selection criteria. From the resulting list, choose which one you want to examine in greater detail.
The ASA-GIS (Aggregate Source Approval) (Geographic Information System) map was designed to manage and track aggregate sources within the state of Washington. Sources can be located on the map using either the query tab or by manually searching, using latitude and longitude. Once a source is located and selected, a link can be followed to that source’s on-line Aggregate Source Approval report. For detailed information on how to use the GIS map, click on the map’s information tab. This will provide instruction for all of the map’s features, including Navigation Tools, Coordinate Locator, Layer Controls, Attribute Table Display, and Information Tools.
ASA Estimate Engineering Evaluation Charge as of 1/1/17
Rates subject to change. Please call the ASA Engineer at 360-709-5444 to confirm current pricing.
| Administration and Management Fee
|| $640.30 |
| Inspector Travel and Sampling Rate per hour
|| $120.76 |
Standard Specification Section 9-13
|Riprap, Quarry Spalls, Rock for Erosion
and Scour Protection, and Rock Walls
Standard Specification 9-03.1 Aggregate for Portland Cement Concrete
|Fine Concrete Aggregate
|Coarse Concrete Aggregate
|ASTM C 1293 ASR Sampling and Shipping
Standard Specification 9-03 Mineral Aggregates and Surfacing
|Aggregate for BST, HMA, Ballast, Crushed Surfacing,
Streambed Aggregates, and other aggregate materials
Questions, comments, or requests?
Please contact our office:
Materials Quality Assurance Engineer