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Is soil-cement right for you?
Portland Cement Association
Soil-cement layersDue to its versatility, soil-cement is widely used as either a low-cost pavement subgrade or base material for many pavement applications. In addition to roads, soil-cement can be used for building pads, container ports, warehouses, rail and truck terminals, parking areas, truck docks, materials handling and storage areas, and composting facilities.
Recycling a failed flexible pavement can be accomplished using full-depth reclamation with cement.
Wet, soft subgrade soils can be improved with cement-modified soil.
This educational unit takes a look at two specification strategies, method...
The $16 million two-lane bridge is the first major design-build transportation project...
The use of recycled asphalt materials in the form of reclaimed asphalt pavement (RAP)...
The Minnesota DOT is testing how well this rural intersection conflict warning system...
Gregory E. Halsted
Public Works Manual
Pavement Construction &...
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Roller-compacted concrete (RCC) can be produced in any type of equipment that will...
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