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Construction of the Iowa Highway 60 Precast Prestressed Concrete Pavement Bridge Approach Slab Demonstration Project

References

  1. Merritt, David K., B. Frank McCullough, Ned H. Burns, and Anton K. Schindler. The Feasibility of Using Precast Concrete Panels to Expedite Highway Pavement Construction. Research Report No. 1517-1. Center for Transportation Research, University of Texas at Austin. February 2000.
  2. Merritt, David K., B. F. McCullough, and Ned H. Burns. Construction and Preliminary Monitoring of the Georgetown, Texas Precast Prestressed Concrete Pavement. Research Report 5-1517-01-1. Center for Transportation Research, University of Texas at Austin. December 2002.
  3. Merritt, David K., B. F. McCullough, and Ned H. Burns. “Design-Construction of a Precast, Prestressed Concrete Pavement for Interstate 10, El Monte, California.” PCI Journal, vol. 50, no. 2. Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute, Chicago, IL. March/April 2005.
  4. Merritt, David K., Kirsten Stahl, Samuel S. Tyson, and B. F. McCullough. “Expedited Construction Using Precast Prestressed Concrete Pavement in California,” Proceedings, 8th International Conference on Concrete Pavements. Colorado Springs, CO, August 2005. pp. 808–823.
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  11. Mendoza Diaz, Alberto, B. Frank McCullough, and Ned H. Burns. Design of the Texas Prestressed Concrete Pavement Overlays in Cooke and McLennan Counties and Construction of the McLennan County Project. Research Report No. 555/556-1. Center for Transportation Research, University of Texas at Austin. February 1986.
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Acknowledgments

The researchers would like to acknowledge the Federal Highway Administration and Iowa Highway Research Board for sponsoring this project. The authors would also like to acknowledge all of the individuals involved in making this a successful project from the Office of Bridges and Structures, Research and Technology Bureau, District 1 and District 3 Offices, FHWA Office of Pavement Technology, FHWA Iowa Division Office, and Bridge Engineering Center at Iowa State University.

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