At the triennial 2019 Port’s Conference in Pittsburgh, PA. we are hosting booth #217. This is an event you don’t want to miss. Find more information on RCC Pavement in Port projects HERE. Sept. 15 – Sept. 18th, 2019
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…
Join us in New Orleans for the 2018 Design-Build Conference and Expo at booth #209 this year to learn more about the advancements, value, and sustainability of Roller-Compacted Concrete Pavement! We are happy to discuss the latest research, projects, and membership opportunities we offer. We…
Because RCC does not rut or shove as large trucks stop, start and turn, the length of life for the pavement as well as less maintenance costs added to the benefits for the RCC interstate exchange. Source: ACPA, Concrete Pavement Progress, Qtr. 3, 2018
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…
An info-graphic animation describing the process of how consumer goods in North America are transported and the benefits that Roller Compacted Concrete Pavement offers to manufacturers and distributors.
This spreadsheet provides an easy to use tool to develop RCC Mix Designs following the Soil Compaction Method. It allows you to evaluate multiple aggregate combinations and then helps you incorporate the information obtained from the Modified Proctor to develop the Final Mix Design.
The Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) has placed thousands of square yards of roller-compacted concrete (RCC) over the past several years, including on Georgia interstate shoulders. Source: Cement Promotion Association’s Spotlight
RCC quality control and quality assurance requires extensive testing of individual ingredients – aggregates, cementitious materials, water, and admixtures; and testing of the RCC mixtures to determine the properties of fresh and hardened RCC.
Source: RCC Pavement Council