In 1974, when the South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) built the J.A. Cochran Bypass in an undeveloped area around Chester, South Carolina, minimal traffic used the route. Today, the bypass serves as a major truck route shortcut between two interstates and connects to Chester’s main shopping area, all making it the second busiest road in Chester County.
In the fourth quarter of 2012, the Georgia Port Authority elected to expand the capabilities of its Ocean Terminal off the banks of the Savannah River in Savannah, Georgia, and provide more storage for the loading and offloading of medium duty cargo.
Local NRMCA member Sequatiche Concrete Services provided roller‐compacted concrete (RCC) paving material for the new Marion County Regional Institute of Technical Excellence in Kimball, Tennessee.
The City of Columbus, Ohio, and nearby municipalities, have experienced a rapid growth in recent years in the use of roller-compacted concrete for their city streets.
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