Recommended CitationLee, J., and B. G. McCullouch. Review Construction Techniques for Accelerated Construction and Cost Implications. Publication FHWA/IN/JTRP-2009/06. Joint Transportation Research Program, Indiana Department of Transportation and Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, 2009. http://dx.doi.org/10.5703/1288284314299
Transportation construction activities on heavy traffic routes can be very disruptive to the system users due to lane closures, construction traffic, or reduced speed zones. Besides the driving public, local businesses are also affected by noise and air pollution, loss of access, or changing access routes. Thus, it is apparent that minimizing construction time will lessen these impacts. The primary objectives of this project are to explore some alternative methods to expedite construction time for particular project types whereby mitigating disruptions to the traveling public and to identify construction activities that can be accelerated by those selected methods. To accomplish these objectives, this project evaluated state-of-the-art construction techniques for accelerating processes at the jobsite by investigating practices of other transportation agencies (DOT) and their cost implications.
Accelerated Construction Techniques, Roller CompactedConcrete, Welded Wire Reinforcement, Accelerated Bridge Construction, Innovative Contracting, SPR-3201
Joint Transportation Research Program
West Lafayette, Indiana
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