Concrete overlays of existing GA airport runways have a long and successful history in some areas of the country while rarely considered in others. This webinar will offer insight to the viability of overlays for extending runway life and their proven contribution to sustainability and resilience. Examples of where projects have been built and how
In 2021, the CP Tech Center, through a cooperative agreement with FHWA, published Quality Control for Concrete Paving: A Tool for Agency and Industry”. The authors of the guide will provide insight to the growing importance of QC/QA for concrete pavement construction, how our changing times are requiring further responsibility of the pavement contractor/concrete producer
Concrete overlays of existing interstate, highway and local pavements is a rehabilitation strategy that should always be considered for their performance, related life cycle advantages and speed of construction. Hear how overlays around the country have been designed and built and get the real story on concrete overlay performance.
Many engineers in the highway community are aware of the benefits Performance Engineered Mixtures (PEM) provide in helping them deliver on the promise of concrete durability. However, PEM concepts are really only focused on the concrete mixture and don’t really speak to what happens to the concrete after it is batched. The follow-up Transportation Pooled
Tech Tuesday: FAA Specification UpdatesIn today’s challenging environment, the FAA is needing to change its airfield pavement construction specifications to meet the ongoing changes the cement and concrete industrie are making to address carbon reduction. New materials and construction processes to meet some of the next generation challenges are constantly being developed. As a result,
Speakers: Kurt Smith, Applied Pavement Technology & Dan King, CP Tech Center Concrete pavements are an important part of our nation’s infrastructure, representing significant public investment. The timely application of pavement preservation treatments can help state and local agencies maintain the condition of their roadway network in a cost-effective manner. We invite you to join
Presenters: Greg Halsted (NRMCA) and Tyler Bodnar (California Nevada Cement Association) Click here to register