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As with portland cement, Rapid Set® Cement is roller-screeded, floated, hand-troweled, broom-finished and wet-cured.
As with portland cement, Rapid Set® Cement is roller-screeded, floated, hand-troweled, broom-finished and wet-cured.
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North Carolina DOT minimizes traffic disruption during continuous reinforced concrete pavement (CRCP) replacement by specifying cement that reaches…
March 30, 2022
The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) this week announced it is approving the use of low-carbon cement to help reduce the carbon…
January 26, 2022
NJDOT Route 31 approach slab restoration.
NJDOT Route 31 approach slab restoration.
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When the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) needed to replace four bridge approach slabs on Route 31 in Hopewell, New Jersey, contractor…
October 07, 2021
DOT Cement concrete achieved 3,500 psi compressive strength in three hours to meet the project requirement.
DOT Cement concrete achieved 3,500 psi compressive strength in three hours to meet the project requirement.
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Located along South Carolina Highway 544 (SC 544) in Myrtle Beach, the Corporal Dennis Lyden Memorial Highway Bridge was in serious need of repairs…
July 13, 2021
Rapid Set Cement Concrete is being produced in a volumetric mixer and placed on I-40.
Rapid Set Cement Concrete is being produced in a volumetric mixer and placed on I-40.
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Missouri has some of the oldest interstate highways in the U.S., with I-70 built in the 1950s when the Dwight D. Eisenhower National System of…
May 21, 2021
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PDI’s Thermal Integrity Profiler (TIP) system assesses shaft concrete quality by measuring heat generated from curing cement. Thermal Wire Cables are…
February 24, 2021
Sudden rain events plagued crews during the Vine & Washington intersection rehabilitation project, leaving workers scrambling to tarp freshly laid concrete against dense and driving rain.
Sudden rain events plagued crews during the Vine & Washington intersection rehabilitation project, leaving workers scrambling to tarp freshly laid concrete against dense and driving rain.
Alkali-silica reaction, commonly referred to simply as ASR, is considered to be, by those in the know, concrete cancer. According to the Portland…
February 03, 2021
On this episode of Zooming in on Infrastructure, Roads & Bridges Media Senior Managing Editor Brian W. Budzynski sits down (virtually) with…
December 02, 2020
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