Watch the ease of RCC construction and learn more from these informative videos.
This video details how to make strength test cylinders for testing Roller Compacted Concrete (RCC). It is based on ASTM C1435 Standard Practice for Molding Roller-Compacted Concrete in Cylinder Molds Using a Vibrating Hammer.
Peanut Drive is the first municipal RCC street project that was funded through PennDOT's liquid fuels program. The project incorporated an RCC specification that has been developed for inclusion in PennDOT Publication 408. It offers a durable and cost effective to more traditional paving methods and materials. For more information check out our websites at www.rcc4pa.org and/or www.specifyconcrete.org.
Sean Dooley (Ph.D., P.E.- Keystone Consulting Engineers) explains why RCC was selected for this street project. Aside from the cost benefits, RCC is a sustainable material that is durable and will serve this community for years to come. It is a tool that is now available to all municipalities in the Commonwealth.
Placement of 16" and 8" thick Roller Compacted Concrete at a Norfolk Southern Railroad facility located in Harrisburg PA.
Placement of Roller Compacted Concrete on Sycamore Street, Nazareth PA.