RCC for Roadways

Roadways, including US Highways, city and neighborhood streets, access roads, and intersections are the lifeblood of our transportation network.  Learn what RCC Pavement can do for your transportation needs.

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RCC Pavement Distribution Centers

Distribution/trucking facilities typically have large pavement areas in order to provide adequate container/freight storage. These pavements must have the capacity to carry heavy loads while still being economical on an initial cost basis and durable enough to limit long-term maintenance cost. Roller-Compacted Concrete (RCC) pavements…

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Pavement Design Portal

PavementDesigner is built on updated versions of ACPA’s StreetPave, AirPave, and WinPAS programs, as well as PCA’s PCAPave program.  The portal includes pavement design guidance, substructure sensitivity, and asphalt design evaluation capabilities. Need expert guidance or support designing your pavement solution?  Our promoter network is…

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Roller Compacted Concrete over Soil Cement

The objectives of the study were to determine the structural performance and load carrying capacity of thin RCC surfaced pavements under accelerated pavement testing (APT), and to determine the applicability of using a thin RCC pavement structure with cement treated or stabilized base as a design alternative for those low volume roadways having frequently heavy truck trafficking.
Source: Louisiana Transportation Research Center (LTRC)

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Georgia Shoulders

Georgia RCC Shoulders

Starting in 2004, the Georgia DOT (GDOT) experimented with the use of roller-compacted concrete (RCC) as a shouldering, turn-lane, and median material on I-285 and SR-6, two high-volume routes in the Atlanta area. Learn more about Georgia RCC Shoulders
Source: NCE
Source: NCE

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