Port & Intermodal Tag

Sep
16
AREMA 2018 Annual Conference and Expo

AREMA provides the opportunity for the rail industry to learn and collaborate among peers. The RCC Pavement Council will once again be present to promote and offer the latest research on Roller-Compacted Concrete Pavement and convey its importance for a sustainable rail system for many…

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Jun
14
RCC Pavement Council Mid-Year Meeting

Hosted by the ACPA, immediately following the Roller Compacted Concrete Task Force, the RCC Pavement Council will reconvene. Alongside the monthly conference calls the RCC Pavement Council Mid-Year Meeting is an important time to collaborate face to face.  Roller Compacted Concrete Pavement has been building…

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Jun
14
ACPA – Roller Compacted Concrete Task Force

The ACPA has moved this mid-year meeting to Pittsburgh, PA.  You will find the most up-to-date information ranging from best practices to specifications and beyond in the variety of workshops being hosted.  The Roller Compacted Concrete Task Force will cover industry details on its growth…

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Georgia's Port of Savannah

Jan
01
Georgia’s Port Chooses RCC

Learn about how the the Georgia Port Authority (GPA) used RCC to expand the capabilities of its Ocean Terminal, located off the banks of the Savannah River in Savannah, Georgia. Learn why Georgia’s Port Chooses RCC.
Source: Portland Cement Association

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Jun
01
Port Pavement Performance Revisited

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

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Jan
01
RCC for Ports and Intermodal Terminals

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

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