roller compacted concrete Tag

Nov
11
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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Sep
13
AREMA 2020

We invite you to visit us to learn about our Roller Compacted Concrete Pavement railway projects.  The RCC Pavement Council has been supporting AREMA and REMSA in the railway industry for many years and have many projects to discuss the benefits of utilizing RCC Pavement…

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Apr
22
DBIA Transportation RCC Pavement

We are hosting a booth at this years DBIA Transportation conference.  April 22-24, come visit us in Dallas, TX to learn more about RCC Pavement Pavement for Transportation.  Booth # TBD, stay tuned!

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Sep
15
COPRI Ports 2019

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

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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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Jan
23
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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Oct
06
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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