Six Lessons Learned when Roller Compacted Concrete Replaces Asphalt in a Parking Lot

After using RCC to get a client into its building during winter, contractor foresees opportunities in street construction

Our customer needed to move into their building, but the asphalt plants were shut down last winter. We installed RCC in the parking lot, striped it, then came back this spring with 1.5” of asphalt topping.

RCC has changed a lot as more refined mix designs and better placing equipment has come on the scene. It’s all about consistency in density and the no-slump concrete, which means no forms, no finishing and no reinforcing steel.

(Read the Six Lessons from an RCC Parking Lot . . . )