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Accelerated construction consisting of using precast concrete elements to replace aging structures:

Joint Fill

Accelerated construction consisting of using precast concrete elements to replace aging structures:

Beam Repair

Accelerated construction consisting of using precast concrete elements to replace aging structures:

UHPC Joint Fill
for Accelerated Bridge Construction or culvert replacement 1

Type of UHPC Mix Used: Self-leveling, self-consolidating, 2% steel fibers, 12,000 psi Method of Placement: Hand placement using buggies or wheel barrows Curing Time: 24 - 48 hours for full strength

Candidate structures:

Accelerated construction consisting of using precast concrete elements to replace aging structures:

  • Bridges - Used for ABC projects where UHPC is used as joint fill material for connecting precast bridge elements (deck slabs, approach slabs, lateral diaphragm/abutment closure pours, haunch connections to structural steel, closure pours at intermediate piers and abutments.
  • Culverts - Used in a similar manner for joining precast culvert sections (foundations, culvert to foundation connections, wing wall to culvert connections).

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for Accelerated Bridge Construction or culvert replacement 2

Type of UHPC Mix Used: Self-leveling, self-consolidating, 2% steel fibers, 12,000 psi Method of Placement: Hand placement using buggies or wheel barrows Curing Time: 24 - 48 hours for full strength

Candidate structures:

Accelerated construction consisting of using precast concrete elements to replace aging structures:

  • Bridges - Used for ABC projects where UHPC is used as joint fill material for connecting precast bridge elements (deck slabs, approach slabs, lateral diaphragm/abutment closure pours, haunch connections to structural steel, closure pours at intermediate piers and abutments.
  • Culverts - Used in a similar manner for joining precast culvert sections (foundations, culvert to foundation connections, wing wall to culvert connections).

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for Accelerated Bridge Construction or culvert replacement 3

Type of UHPC Mix Used: Self-leveling, self-consolidating, 2% steel fibers, 12,000 psi Method of Placement: Hand placement using buggies or wheel barrows Curing Time: 24 - 48 hours for full strength

Candidate structures:

Accelerated construction consisting of using precast concrete elements to replace aging structures:

  • Bridges - Used for ABC projects where UHPC is used as joint fill material for connecting precast bridge elements (deck slabs, approach slabs, lateral diaphragm/abutment closure pours, haunch connections to structural steel, closure pours at intermediate piers and abutments.
  • Culverts - Used in a similar manner for joining precast culvert sections (foundations, culvert to foundation connections, wing wall to culvert connections).

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UHPC Joint Fill 2
for Accelerated Bridge Construction or culvert replacement

Type of UHPC Mix Used: Self-leveling, self-consolidating, 2% steel fibers, 12,000 psi Method of Placement: Hand placement using buggies or wheel barrows Curing Time: 24 - 48 hours for full strength

Candidate structures:

Accelerated construction consisting of using precast concrete elements to replace aging structures:

  • Bridges - Used for ABC projects where UHPC is used as joint fill material for connecting precast bridge elements (deck slabs, approach slabs, lateral diaphragm/abutment closure pours, haunch connections to structural steel, closure pours at intermediate piers and abutments.
  • Culverts - Used in a similar manner for joining precast culvert sections (foundations, culvert to foundation connections, wing wall to culvert connections).

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for Accelerated Bridge Construction or culvert replacement

Type of UHPC Mix Used: Self-leveling, self-consolidating, 2% steel fibers, 12,000 psi Method of Placement: Hand placement using buggies or wheel barrows Curing Time: 24 - 48 hours for full strength

Candidate structures:

Accelerated construction consisting of using precast concrete elements to replace aging structures:

  • Bridges - Used for ABC projects where UHPC is used as joint fill material for connecting precast bridge elements (deck slabs, approach slabs, lateral diaphragm/abutment closure pours, haunch connections to structural steel, closure pours at intermediate piers and abutments.
  • Culverts - Used in a similar manner for joining precast culvert sections (foundations, culvert to foundation connections, wing wall to culvert connections).

LEARN MORE

for Accelerated Bridge Construction or culvert replacement

Type of UHPC Mix Used: Self-leveling, self-consolidating, 2% steel fibers, 12,000 psi Method of Placement: Hand placement using buggies or wheel barrows Curing Time: 24 - 48 hours for full strength

Candidate structures:

Accelerated construction consisting of using precast concrete elements to replace aging structures:

  • Bridges - Used for ABC projects where UHPC is used as joint fill material for connecting precast bridge elements (deck slabs, approach slabs, lateral diaphragm/abutment closure pours, haunch connections to structural steel, closure pours at intermediate piers and abutments.
  • Culverts - Used in a similar manner for joining precast culvert sections (foundations, culvert to foundation connections, wing wall to culvert connections).

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UHPC Joint Fill 3
for Accelerated Bridge Construction or culvert replacement

Type of UHPC Mix Used: Self-leveling, self-consolidating, 2% steel fibers, 12,000 psi Method of Placement: Hand placement using buggies or wheel barrows Curing Time: 24 - 48 hours for full strength

Candidate structures:

Accelerated construction consisting of using precast concrete elements to replace aging structures:

  • Bridges - Used for ABC projects where UHPC is used as joint fill material for connecting precast bridge elements (deck slabs, approach slabs, lateral diaphragm/abutment closure pours, haunch connections to structural steel, closure pours at intermediate piers and abutments.
  • Culverts - Used in a similar manner for joining precast culvert sections (foundations, culvert to foundation connections, wing wall to culvert connections).

LEARN MORE

for Accelerated Bridge Construction or culvert replacement

Type of UHPC Mix Used: Self-leveling, self-consolidating, 2% steel fibers, 12,000 psi Method of Placement: Hand placement using buggies or wheel barrows Curing Time: 24 - 48 hours for full strength

Candidate structures:

Accelerated construction consisting of using precast concrete elements to replace aging structures:

  • Bridges - Used for ABC projects where UHPC is used as joint fill material for connecting precast bridge elements (deck slabs, approach slabs, lateral diaphragm/abutment closure pours, haunch connections to structural steel, closure pours at intermediate piers and abutments.
  • Culverts - Used in a similar manner for joining precast culvert sections (foundations, culvert to foundation connections, wing wall to culvert connections).

LEARN MORE

for Accelerated Bridge Construction or culvert replacement

Type of UHPC Mix Used: Self-leveling, self-consolidating, 2% steel fibers, 12,000 psi Method of Placement: Hand placement using buggies or wheel barrows Curing Time: 24 - 48 hours for full strength

Candidate structures:

Accelerated construction consisting of using precast concrete elements to replace aging structures:

  • Bridges - Used for ABC projects where UHPC is used as joint fill material for connecting precast bridge elements (deck slabs, approach slabs, lateral diaphragm/abutment closure pours, haunch connections to structural steel, closure pours at intermediate piers and abutments.
  • Culverts - Used in a similar manner for joining precast culvert sections (foundations, culvert to foundation connections, wing wall to culvert connections).

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