A variety of
cement-based products can be used in pavement applications.
Luckily, because there are numerous cement-based pavement
materials, there exists a cement-based solution for every
pavement need or challenge. This integrated pavement systems
approach makes portland cement the right choice in pavement
construction and rehabilitation.
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have many uses from city streets, county roads,
state routes, and interstate highways, to parking lots, industrial
storage facilities, and airports. The “family” of
soil-cement pavement products include:
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a durable paving material that carries heavy loads, is now developing
as a fast, economical construction method for off-highway pavement
projects, heavy-duty parking and storage areas, and as a base
for conventional pavement. More...
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Since the first strip of concrete pavement
was completed in 1893, concrete has been used extensively for
paving highways and airports as well as business and residential
streets. For a brief summary click here.
For detailed information, visit the American
Concrete Pavement Association
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