Construction Handbook on PCC Pavement Rehabilitation
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Construction Handbook on PCC Pavement Rehabilitation

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      This handbook is primarily intended to assist the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) area engineers when they make highway construction inspections. It can also be used when reviewing specifications, supplemental specifications, and special provisions during the PS&E stage of a project. It is a companion to the design oriented FHWA notebook entitled, "Techniques For Pavement Rehabilitation." Information contained herein is a guide and is not intended as a standard. State highway agencies should use or develop their own specifications. The information in this handbook was selected from current reports prepared by the Transportation Research Board under the National Cooperative Highway Research Program, Michael I. Darter of the University of Illinois, the Portland Cement Association, the American Concrete Pavement Association, and several State highway agencies. Most of the tables and figures contained in this handbook were duplicated from the reference reports. The number of different rehabilitation techniques covered in this handbook are limited at this time. However, the handbook will be expanded to include additional construction techniques for rehabilitating rigid and flexible pavements. The technical guidelines and recommendations have been prepared to reflect the views and opinions of the FHWA Construction and Maintenance Division (HH0-30).
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