In just 120 hours, over the two consecutive weekends of July 9th and July 16th, Caltrans and Vanguard replaced 3,500 linear feet of concrete pavement
Originally constructed between 1969 and 1971, the Spaghetti Bowl was designed for a population of about 130,000 people and to accommodate about 90,000 vehicles daily.
Interstate highway upgrades were among the winning projects, including one Northern California project, which was awarded $86 million
In October of last year, Caltrans successfully completed – five days ahead of schedule – the Echo Summit Bridge Replacement Project.
Updating regulations on alternative fuels could decrease production emissions, turning concrete made with cement into the sustainable building material of choice.
The fact that Polaris can move its aggregate from a Canadian quarry all the way to Long Beach without being transported by road is one of the reasons it’s feasible
Aggregate – sand, gravel and crushed stone – provides the bulk and strength to Portland Cement Concrete and is also used as road base, subbase, and fill