City of Chattanooga Senior Engineer Ariel Soriano suggested that Stone and the City of Chattanooga consider using Roller-Compacted Concrete, more commonly known as RCC. Courtesy of Southeast Cement Promotion Association.
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“Diamond grinding is primarily conducted to restore or improve ride quality, but it also provides improvements in surface texture and reductions in noise levels.” Courtesy of: Roads and Bridges and IGGA
The I-20/I-59 Interchange with McAshan Drive is a busy diamond interchange. McAshan Drive has significant heavy truck traffic to Norfolk Southern’s Intermodal rail to truck facility, as well as an active truck stop. The project included 9,726 square yards of RCC, which was used to…
This zero slump concrete mixture, when placed with an asphalt paver and compacted to high density, provides a high-strength, durable road, street, highway, RCC pavement.
Source: Portland Cement Association
Review for the City of Columbus, Ohio. The pavements consisted of roller compacted concrete (RCC) composite overlaid with hot mixed asphalt (HMA), sections of Portland cement concrete (PCC) slabs overlaid with HMA, and sections of conventional and full-depth HMA.
Source: Michael Darter, Leslie Titus-Glover, ERES