More stories about Roadways

  • Super Salts: A Powerful Solution

    Are stong deicers harming our concrete infrastructure? Super Salts can magnify stresses on concrete pavements in winter months, especially around sealed joints.

  • Idaho Could Save with Concrete Roads

    An engineering professor at Idaho State University says the state could save money on transportation costs over time by using more concrete to build roads.

  • Quick Thinking

  • A Mix to Mitigate Pavement Noise

    Our contractor-customer asked us to provide a mix design for an upcoming concrete paving project. The high-volume road is planned for an area where the county engineer wants to minimize tire noise. The engineer has specified a rather thorough tining program on the concrete surface and has asked us...

  • Paving a New Way

    When Kuert Concrete president Steve Fidler reviewed his year-to-date sales report, he found one glaring success. In a less-than-stellar year, he focused on the summary line of a product that had been positive. While 300 yards doesn't seem like a big number in the scope of his business, the figure...

  • Cement Council of Texas Adds New Director

  • Infrastructure Funding Would Create Jobs throughout the Nation

  • Paving the Way

    Precast-prestressed concrete producers long ago proved our product as a method for providing durable high-performance structural elements for bridges and commercial buildings. In recent years, however, some of these producers have found a new market segment for their product: pavement construction.

  • Beating Asphalt on Price

  • Mixes for Temporary Pavement Patches

    Last winter our company was asked by the city street department to supply concrete for temporarily patching some large sections of failed pavement during breaks in the cold weather. When the weather warmed up, the city permanently repaired the patches with hot-mix asphalt. We'd like to show that a...