Imagine a pavement so strong it could bear the load of a commercial airline or a military tank. A pavement so thin that a section no thicker than a soda can could carry tens of thousands of trucks and cars for year. Imagine a paving material that can be colored and decorated to blend into a beautiful cityscape design. Imagine no more. This is concrete pavement.
Concrete is the right choice for highways, airports, streets & roads, industrial, and commercial pavements. To see more market-specific examples, please follow the links below to download market-specific resources.
In New Orleans tourism is vital to the economy. The French Quarter's historic cache and socially embraced infamy entwines with the business importance of the riverside Convention Center and the Superdome's dual function as football epicenter and massive music venue further uptown to bring the entire downtown area into what city officials regard as the "Hospitality Zone."
It is no secret that counties, cities, and towns must do more with
less. Of course, this makes roadway preservation and construction
even more challenging than ever, but there are solutions to
this challenge. You may be surprised to learn that concrete
pavements can provide some affordable solutions.
First costs (also known as installed costs) of pavements has traditionally led to using cheap paving materials ... at least until oil
prices became so unpredictable. This document provides some of
the basic considerations when determining life-cycle costs of
pavements for streets and roads.