A tough pavement, for tough environments
Does your project require a tough pavement, capable of withstanding repeated heavy loadings?
Would you like to get out of that asphalt pavement repair "rut"?
Roller Compacted Concrete pavement is the answer.
Roller Compacted Concrete Documents
- PennDOT Pub 408 Section 502 (pavement)
- PennDOT Pub 408 Section 323 (base course)
- PennDOT Pub 408 Section 658 (shoulders)
- RCC Technical Brief
- Public Works Magazine - RCC Edition
- Northampton Township Utilizes RCC (PA Township News)
- The Right Choice for Heavy Duty Pavements
- Automakers Drive Acceptance of RCC
- RCC Pavements for Ports
Roller Compacted Concrete Case Studies
- With as many as 250 trucks per day using the facility, a durable pavement was a priority
- A quick project turnaround allowed the company to minimize any downtime at the facility
- Heavy truck traffic required strong, durable paving solution
- Company’s successful history sing Roller Compacted Concrete (RCC) drove decision to utilize RCC for the project
- Truck traffic at the facility would require a durable pavement, and long service life.
- The owner was seeking value for their money.
- Pennsylvania’s first virtual pipeline needed a durable terminal
- Newly paved 29,000 square feet will withstand heavy truck traffic
- RCC contributed to quick construction timeline
- Township needed a long-lasting solution to improve deteriorated roadway
- The 200-cubic-yard roadway was completed and opened to traffic in 24 hours
- RCC delivered taxpayer cost-savings of 65%
- Project incorporated PennDOT RCC specifications.
- First municipal RCC project in Pennsylvania to receive Liquid Fuels funding.
- RCC selected to meet the demanding pavement needs for this inter-modal facility.
- Fast-tracked projects sees 35,000 cubic yards of concrete placed in 22 days.
- Growing manufacturing business turned to RCC for increased efficiency
- RCC with spray asphalt seal helps melt ice and snow to alleviate winter weather maintenance
- RCC upgrades 19,000-square-foot gravel lot to provide durability under heavy truck traffic
- RCC placement met pavement load requirements and need for quick construction turn-around.
- 1.7 million square foot tilt-up project also incorporated 45,000 cubic yards of RCC.
- Challenging soil conditions met through cement stabilization.
- First RCC street project placed in Pennsylvania.
- RCC proved to be the most cost effective alternative.
- RCC proved to be a substantial savings to PPL.
- The project also featured full-depth reclamation for the base.