District 9 of Pennsylvania’s Department of Transportation received federal funding for a Highway Safety Improvement Project as part of the Every Day Counts funding initiative. With a continued emphasis on safety improvement projects throughout the country, six sites were identified to be high crash locations throughout District Nine. RAM Construction Services was chosen to install High Friction Surface Treatments to each of the locations in order to keep vehicles on the roadway as they traveled through the mountain terrain and navigated tight curves and steep inclines. RAM utilized daytime flagging operations throughout the project and was able to open the roadway at the end of each shift to minimize construction impact to the traveling public. 155 tons of Calcined Bauxite aggregate was broadcasted into 5,500 gallons of polymer binder in order to create a surface with extremely high friction numbers. RAM successfully completed the project in its entirety in three weeks even with some weather delays.