More stories about Pavement

  • Concrete Rehabilitation work in Utah

    Even after decades of use, the pavement was still in good enough condition to save, so UDOT elected to perform concrete pavement preservation (CPP).

  • Roller-Compacted Concrete: Then and Now

    RCC materials, equipment, and construction techniques have changed little over the past 28 years, accoring to contractor Terry Peltz.

  • Concrete Pavement Preservation

    A Colorado county uses low-cost techniques to rehabilitate aging roads.

  • Webinar: Fabricating, Installing a Jointed Precast Concrete Pavement Project

    The fourth installment of our five-part series on jointed precast concrete pavements, presented by The National Precast Concrete Association and the American Concrete Pavement Association, examines aspects of fabricating jointed precast concrete panels, as well as installing them for pavement...

  • Converting to Concrete Parking Lots

    Silvi Concrete convinced the owner of a freight company in New Jersey to install a concrete parking lot instead of asphalt. It resulted in 8,000 cubic yards of business for the producer.

  • Industry’s Most Influential Recognized

    Concrete Construction and The Concrete Producer presented the Most Influential People of 2013 on Tuesday afternoon at the World of Concrete.

  • Pervious Pavement

    Hydromedia is designed to rapidly direct stormwater from streets and other surfaces.

  • TCP 2013 Survey: Bright Spots of Recovery

    Concrete producers echoed expert economists’ opinions in the 2013 TCP Survey. Readers shared the challenges they have faced in every region of North America, but also expressed a sense of optimism about what’s to come.

  • Pervious Pavement Cleaning Techniques are Showcased at Pervious Live! 2013

    With the number of pervious concrete installations growing, owners are now calling on concrete producers and contractors to help maintain their pavements. Responding to this new demand, the organizers of Pervious Concrete Live! at World of Concrete 2013 presented two approaches contractors can use...

  • Infrastructure Spending: Hope or Hype?

    It’s been four years, but many in the concrete industry may be feeling the déjà vu of cautious optimism we sensed before the American Recovery and Reinvestment (Stimulus) Act promised funding for infrastructure projects in 2009.