Concrete Overlays

Pavement preservation and rehabilitation are growing in importance, leading to increased interest in concrete overlays. (Photo courtesy of Kevin Merryman, Iowa DOT)

The new guide discusses common agency QC requirements, continuous improvement activities, and the benefits for contractors of good QC. (Photo courtesy of The Transtec Group, Inc.)

This fourth edition guide presents the basic principles needed to design and construct concrete overlays on existing pavements. (Photo courtesy of Todd LaTorella, ACPA, MO/KS Chapter)

The Performance Engineered Mixtures (PEM) program is a coalition dedicated to maximizing pavement performance. (Photo courtesy of Angela James Folkestad, ACPA, CO/WY Chapter)


FHWA Cooperative Agreement: Advancing Concrete Pavement Technology Solutions

The purpose of this cooperative agreement is to further an ongoing concrete pavement technology program, which includes the deployment and transfer of new and innovative technologies and strategies to advance concrete pavements and improve pavement performance.

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Performance-Engineered Mixtures (PEM)

The goal of the PEM project is to bring new concrete testing technologies to state agencies to help them deliver on the promise of concrete durability.

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National Concrete Consortium (NC²)

NC² is a national forum for concrete pavement research and technology transfer initiatives.

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The National CP Tech Center has resources available on geotextiles and their performance.

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Concrete Recycling

Recycled concrete aggregate (RCA) can provide a more sustainable concrete pavement option.

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