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Madison Beltline Precast Concrete Pavement Demonstration Project  2016  FHWA-HIF-17-003 General Interest  
Materials-Related Distress: Aggregates Best Practices for Jointed Concrete Pavements  2015  FHWA-HIF-15-013 General Interest  
Materials-Related Distress: Paste Best Practices for Jointed Concrete Pavements  2015  FHWA-HIF-15-018 General Interest  
Methods for Evaluating and Treating ASR-Affected Structures: Results of Field Application and Demonstration Projects Volume I: Summary of Findings and Recommendations Final Report  2013  FHWA-HIF-14-002 General Interest  
Methods for Evaluating and Treating ASR-Affected Structures: Results of Field Application and Demonstration Projects Volume II: Details of Field Applications and Analysis Final Report  2013  FHWA-HIF-14-003 General Interest  
Methods for Preventing ASR in New Construction Results of Field Exposure Sites  2013  FHWA-HIF-14-004 General Interest  
Measurement and Specification of Construction Quality, Volume I: Final Report  1998  FHWA-RD-98-077   Research/Reference
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