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Guide to Cement-Based Integrated Pavement Solutions
Media Type: Print
Author: Garber, S; Rasmussen, R.; Harrington, D.
Item Code: SR035
Year Published: 2011
Price: FREE
This guide provides a clear, concise, and cohesive presentation of cement-bound materials options for 10 specific engineering pavement applications: new concrete pavements, concrete overlays, pervious concrete, precast pavements, roller-compacted concrete, cement-treated base, full-depth reclamation with cement, cement-modified soils, recycled concrete aggregates, and repair and restoration. The benefits, considerations, brief description, and summary of materials, design, and construction requirements, as well as a list of sustainable attributes, are provided for every solution. It was designed so that the most up-to-date and relevant information is easily extractable. The intended audience is practitioners, including engineers and managers who face decisions regarding what materials to specify in the pavement systems they design or manage. The audience also includes city and county engineers, along with the A/E firms that often represent them, and state DOT engineers at all levels who are seeking alternatives in this era of changing markets. Limit of 5 free publications. (Pay shipping only.)
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Guide to Cement-Based Integrated Pavement Solutions
Media Type: Print
Author: Garber, S; Rasmussen, R.; Harrington, D.
Item Code: SR035
Year Published: 2011
Price: $1.00
This guide provides a clear, concise, and cohesive presentation of cement-bound materials options for 10 specific engineering pavement applications: new concrete pavements, concrete overlays, pervious concrete, precast pavements, roller-compacted concrete, cement-treated base, full-depth reclamation with cement, cement-modified soils, recycled concrete aggregates, and repair and restoration. The benefits, considerations, brief description, and summary of materials, design, and construction requirements, as well as a list of sustainable attributes, are provided for every solution. It was designed so that the most up-to-date and relevant information is easily extractable. The intended audience is practitioners, including engineers and managers who face decisions regarding what materials to specify in the pavement systems they design or manage. The audience also includes city and county engineers, along with the A/E firms that often represent them, and state DOT engineers at all levels who are seeking alternatives in this era of changing markets. Limit of 5 free publications. (Pay shipping only.)
Available as Print, PDF