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Florida I-10 Precast Concrete Bridge Approach Slab Demonstration Project General Interest: provides practical guidance to engineers responsible for the day-to-day design, construction, rehabilitation, maintenance, and management of pavements.

Primary Topic: Materials-Concrete

Description: The Strategic Highway Research Program 2 (SHRP2) Project R05 was conducted from 2008 to 2012 to develop technical information and guidelines that would encourage the rapid and successful application of PC technology to rehabilitate asphalt and concrete pavements. In 2013, the SHRP2 Implementation Assistance Program (IAP) was created to help highway agencies and metropolitan planning organizations deploy SHRP2-developed products to deliver more efficient, cost-effective solutions to meet the challenges facing transportation agencies. On August 7, 2015, the Federal Highway Administration, in partnership with the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, announced the selection of 21 transportation agencies receiving implementation and technical assistance awards as part of Round 6 of the SHRP2 IAP. The Florida Department of Transportation, one of the agencies selected as a lead adopter of Project R05 technology, received an award of $300,000 to help offset the cost of constructing a PC project. This case study report provides details of the 2018 project that used PC panels for rehabilitation of the east-side bridge approach slab along westbound I-10 near Quincy, Florida.

FHWA Publication Number: FHWA-HIF-18-057

Publication Year: 2018

Document Links: PDF (file size: 4 mb)



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