Tucked amidst the Pyrenees Mountains on the border of France and Spain sits the little ski town of Pas de la Casa, Andorra. The town is reliant on tourist traffic year round to keep its economic engine running, so when a landslide closed RN 22 at the end of April, the community needed a solution to re-open the road fast. With the town virtually cut off from the outside world and their local economy in jeopardy, the French Departments of Roads for the Southwest (DIRSO) brought in STAM, a contracting company that specializes in difficult to access sites in high-altitude, mountain environments. STAM director Jeans-Marie Tissot then reached out to Jean-Michel Morello, owner of AL Rock/ Gedimat Vialleix, a licensed Redi-Rock supplier that STAM had worked with previously.
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