January 7-11, 2018
Washington, D.C.
TRB 97th Annual Meeting
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Innovative Uses of Precast Concrete to Rehabilitate Rigid and Flexible Pavements

Sunday, January 07, 2018, 9:00 AM-12:00 PM, Convention Center
Thomas Kazmierowski, Golder Associates Inc., presiding
Sponsored by Section - Construction; Section - Pavements; Standing Committee on General and Emerging Pavement Design; Standing Committee on Design and Rehabilitation of Concrete Pavements; and Standing Committee on Concrete Pavement Construction and Rehabilitation

Precast concrete pavement (PCP) has gained international acceptance for rapid repair and rehab of rigid pavements, including high-volume flexible pavements and intersections. Many agencies have implemented PCP technology, and other agencies have constructed demonstration projects. This workshop presents a state-of-the-practice snapshot, with presentations on topics including PCP technology for intermittent repairs; continuous applications; flexible pavement rehab including precast inlay repairs; and replacement of ramps, intersections, and bus pads. The growth, evolution, and instrumentation of PCP rehabilitation techniques also will be addressed, along with highlights of new and innovative PCP rehabilitation solutions.

Case Studies of Precast Concrete Pavement Implementation by US Highway Agencies
Shiraz Tayabji, Advanced Concrete Pavement Consultancy LLC
Design and Construction of Precast Concrete Inlays for Flexible Pavement Rehabilitation
Becca Lane, Ontario Ministry of Transportation
Innovative Uses of Precast Concrete on the Illinois Tollway
Steven Gillen, Illinois Tollway; Daniel Gancarz, Applied Research Associates, Inc. (ARA)

 

Instrumentation and Monitoring Results of a Precast Concrete Inlay Trial in Canada
Susan Tighe, University of Waterloo; Daniel Pickel, University of Waterloo

 

TxDOT Evaluation of Precast Pavement for Rehabilitation of a Major Urban Corridor
David Merritt, The Transtec Group, Inc.; Mike Arellano, Texas Department of Transportation
Innovative Uses of Precast Pavement in Sustainable Infrastructure
Mark Snyder, Pavement Engineering and Research Consultants (PERC), LLC