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Fall 2020 National Concrete Consortium Webinars—Sept. 1–3

The Fall 2020 National Concrete Consortium was moved online due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Webinars took place September 1–3 from 9:00 AM–12:00 PM Central Time. September 1 Handouts: ASR – Terry Arnold, FHWA-TFHRC (PDF) Managing ASR in the Future – Paul Tennis, PCA (PDF) Post-Treatment Work Results/Maintenance of ASR-Affected Structures FHWA Study – Kevin Folliard,…

Fall 2019 National Concrete Consortium

Description The Fall 2019 National Concrete Consortium was held on September 10-12, 2019, in Kalispell, MT. Agenda

Spring 2019 National Concrete Consortium

Meeting Summary The 2½-day spring meeting of the National Concrete Consortium (NC2), hosted by the Colorado DOT, brought together the expertise and experience of 210 attendees from:  FHWA, 35 DOTs (71 individuals), the Illinois Tollway, academia, and industry, in an excellent event focused on improving concrete performance and structural concrete applications.  Maria Masten, Concrete Materials…

2008 Spring National Concrete Consortium

Minutes Welcome Meeting began with a welcome by Sandra Larson, Iowa DOT. The goals of the TTCC and operational details of the pooled fund were discussed. MCO Project Jim Grove discussed the MCO project, overall lessons learned and related new research (PDF). Gary Fick presented the final MCO project deliverables (PDF). The Testing Guide along…

2008 Fall National Concrete Consortium

Technical Presentations The Minutes from the 2008 Fall National Concrete Consortium are available as a PDF. Joint Problems Joint Rot: The Latest Headache or Not? (PDF) Peter Taylor, Ph.D, P.E., CP Tech Center Deterioration of Concrete Pavement I-35 and TH-61 in Northeastern Minnesota (PDF) Schwartz Research in Progress The Deleterious Chemical Effects of Concentrated Deicing…

2009 Spring National Concrete Consortium

Agenda All technical presentations are available as PDFs to download from within the agenda. The Minutes from the 2009 Spring National Concrete Consortium are available as a PDF.        

2009 Fall National Concrete Consortium

Agenda All technical presentations are available as PDFs to download from within the agenda.     The objective of the Foundation Layers project is to improve the construction methods, economic analysis and selection of materials, in-situ testing and evaluation, and development of performance-related specifications for the pavement foundation layers. The outcome of this study will…

2010 Spring National Concrete Consortium

Agenda All technical presentations are available as PDFs to download from within the agenda.    

Fall 2010 National Concrete Consortium

The Fall 2010 National Concrete Consortium was held in conjunction with the FHWA International Conference on Sustainable Concrete Pavements: Practices, Challenges, and Directions. The FHWA International Conference which was held between Wednesday, September 15 and Friday, September 27, 2010, was the technical program for the fall meeting. Agenda All technical presentations are available as PDFs…

Spring 2011 National Concrete Consortium

Agenda All technical presentations are available as PDFs to download from within the agenda.    

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