Open house held in Colo. for large CPP project

10/22/2013 |

One of the biggest concrete pavement preservation projects ever undertaken, according to this article, was in the Highlands Ranch metro area in Colorado. The county conducted a study to determine how best to deal with the region's aging pavements, and focused on solutions to four issues: cracking, broken panels, transverse faulting and joint separation. To show off the work, the Portland Cement Association Rocky Mountain Region chapter and the Colorado/Wyoming Chapter of the American Concrete Pavement Association along with the International Grinding & Grooving Association held an open house.

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