Findings from three sets of Colorado roadways RCC application field inspections: 1) during construction; 2) nine months after construction; and 3) two years after construction.
Source: Colorado Department of Transportation
This Roller-Compacted Concrete pavement guide provides owner-agencies, contractors, materials suppliers, and others with a thorough introduction to and updated review of RCC and its many paving applications.
Source: National Concrete Pavement Technology Center at Iowa State University’s Institute for Transportation, with funding from the Portland Cement Association
To provide the desired ride quality for high speed traffic SCDOT chose to diamond grind the RCC surface rather than cover it with a thin asphalt or conventional concrete surface.
Source: Portland Cement Association
Materials and mix designs from two industrial paving projects were used to prepare specimens for comparison. Results indicated that the gyratory compactor produced specimens with RCC mechanical property density affects consistent with those achieved in the field.
Source: PCA, Nader Amer, Christopher Storey, and Norbert J. Delatte, Jr.
This paper details the construction procedures, and presents the mix design data for the Roller-Compacted Concrete (RCC) material on a Georgia Interstate Highway RCC Shoulder.
Source: Georgia Department of Transportation
Nigel Nixon BSc, CEng, FICE, PE and Mark Smallbridge BSc, CEng, MICE, PE, RCC Port Pavement Performance Revisited; addressing what it is, and why it should be considered for port pavements. RCC Pavement proves to have serious commercial advantages over other more traditional pavements.
Source: Port Strategy
Roller Compacted Concrete is a port pavement solution. RCC’s speed of construction, durability, and low-maintenance economy have taken it from specialized applications, such as ports and intermodal, to mainstream Pavement. Source: Portland Cement Association and Southeast Cement Association