Concrete is used throughout construction and paving projects; from industrial sites and streets, to highways and airports.
From connecting rural and urban areas to increasing personal mobility and speeding the delivery of products to market, concrete pavements have been used to build, rehab, and preserve hard-working highways.
It’s no wonder that so many airports rely on concrete pavements. After all, when you’re about to land a 300 ton commercial aircraft, you want the strength and reliability of concrete.
STREETS AND ROADS
The longest-lasting roads in America are built with concrete pavements. From the first concrete pavement built in 1892 to many others that are over a century old, concrete pavements provide safe, reliable service to cities; townships and villages; military installations, and counties.
Concrete pavements are ideal for the heavy loads at distribution centers and large-scale industrial facilities.