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WHY CONCRETE PRESERVATION

The Southwest Concrete Pavement Association works in affiliation with the International Grooving & Grinding Association (IGGA) to promote Concrete Pavement Restoration (CPR). CPR is the process of repairing and preserving concrete pavements, greatly extending their service life.

Below are case studies from around the country on the benefits of CPR:

  • CPR for City Streets

  • Conserving Fuel

  • Glen Ellyn, IL Case Study

  • North Dakota DOT Case Study

  • Rochester, MN Case Study

  • Kilpatrick Turnpike, Oklahoma City Case Study

  • I-84 Utah Case Study

  • Buried Treasure

  • Dowel Bar Retrofit

  • Stitching Concrete Pavement

  • Reno Case Study

  • A Quiet Generation

  • Dyess Air Force Basea

   
CPR for City Streets Conserving Fuel
   
Glen Ellyn, IL
Case Study
North Dakota DOT
Case Study
   
Rochester, MN
Case Study
Kilpatrick Turnpike
Oklahoma City Case Study
   
I-84 Utah
Case Study
Buried Treasure
   
Dowel Bar Retrofit:
Rebuilt to Last
Stitching Concrete Pavement

 

Reno Case Study
CPR - Rebuilt to Last
A Quiet Generation
   
Dyess Air Force Base
Case Study
IGGA Case Study - Rehabilitation Project in Colorado
   
  
 
   

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