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Consistently quieter concrete roads can be built without extreme alterations to currently accepted methods, according to the winners of the Best Paper award at this year's 10th International Conference on Concrete Pavements.
"How to Design and Construct Quieter Concrete Pavements" is a technical overview of better practices for building quieter concrete roads. The paper was presented at the International Conference on Concrete Pavements. The authors are:
- Dr. Robert O. Rasmussen, PE, The Transtec Group
- Richard C. Sohaney, The Transtec Group
- Gary J. Fick, Trinity Construction Management
- E. Thomas Cackler, PE, National Center for Concrete Pavement Technology