Congratulations to the Excellence in Concrete Pavement Award Winners!
- Thursday, 22 June 2017 11:56
The CO/WY Chapter of ACPA presented their annual concrete pavement awards at the concrete pavement workshop on March 16, 2017, and the winning projects were recently published in the Colorado Public Works Journal. Congratulations to the winners, and we hope to see many of you as national award winners in San Diego this November!
2017 Annual Concrete Pavement Workshop
- Tuesday, 21 February 2017 09:45
Thank you for attending the Workshop on March 16th!
We look forward to seeing you next March.
Thank you to our Sponsors & Exhibitors for their support!
Castle Rock Construction Company of Colorado, LLC
GCC of America
Interstate Highway Construction, Inc.
Mountain Cement Company
Villalobos Concrete Company
Guntert & Zimmerman
Boral Material Technologies
Salt River Materials Group
Bobcat of the Rockies
Concrete Stabilization Technologies Inc.
CTS Cement Rapid Set
Denver Industrial Sales and Service Co.
GCC of America
Trinity Expanded Shale & Clay
Colorado Local Technical Assistance Program (CLTAP)
Colorado Public Works Journal
If you are interested in becoming a Sponsor or Exhibitor for the 2017 Workshop please use the link above to register or contact Emma Dolan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CDOT/ACPA Concrete Pavement Inspector Certification
- Wednesday, 14 December 2016 12:00
ACPA is excited to be partnering with CDOT to offer the Concrete Pavement Inspector Certification Program. Our first 2 classes were held in November & January, and we’ve now filled the February 15th and March 21st classes. An additional class is scheduled for April 4th to address the increased needs for certification. Please contact Jamie Johnson (email@example.com) with any questions regarding the program.
Concrete Pavement Preservation Demonstration in Steamboat Springs
- Wednesday, 28 September 2016 23:00
Thank you to all who attended the concrete pavement preservation demonstration on September 27th in Steamboat Springs! Thanks to our speakers, Tom Pelo, BASF Construction Materials, who explained how to use admixtures to create a concrete mix that gains full strength in 6 hours and Mark Tharnish, Sika Corporation, who showed the group how to properly construct a partial depth repair.
Special thanks to Castle Rock Construction Company for providing labor and equipment, Pete Lien & Sons/Trans Colorado Concrete for supplying the concrete, and CDOT Region 3 for providing traffic control and hauling material for the demonstration!
Concrete Pavement Preservation Open House Recap
- Wednesday, 20 July 2016 16:00
Thank you to the Highlands Ranch Metropolitan District, Douglas County, and Multiple Concrete Enterprises for helping us put together an informative and hands on open house showcasing concrete pavement preservation and an up close view of the diamond grinding process! Thanks also to the Douglas County Sheriff’s Department for keeping us safe during our site visit.
In 2016 Douglas County, Colorado will finish repairing and grinding 120 lane miles of concrete pavement in Highlands Ranch. These 7.5-inch thick 25 to 30-year old concrete pavement roads were designed to last 20 years on the existing expansive clay subgrade, and they have far exceeded the design traffic they were expected to carry. Smoothness is being restored on these durable old concrete pavement roads to improve ride and extend their life even further.
Larry Scofield with the International Grooving and Grinding Association (IGGA) discussed concrete pavement preservation, the basics of diamond grinding equipment and processes, and presented what we know about concrete pavement blow ups.