Evaluation of a Concrete Pavement Restoration Project in Virginia

Report No: 94-R16

Published in 1994

About the report:

The purpose of this Federal Highway Administration Demonstration Project was to evaluate the installation and performance of a section of I-81 in Botetourt County, Virginia, that was rehabilitated by concrete pavement restoration (CPR) methods. The seven repair techniques used were (1) slab replacement, (2) patching, (3) slab stabilization (4) surface grinding, (5) joint resealing, (6) subdrain installation, and (7) load transfer restoration. Although the individual repair techniques had varying degrees of success, CPR as an integrated system was generally effective in restoring the pavement's structural and functional integrity. It was recommended that the Virginia Department of Transportation routinely consider CPR as a viable alternative for pavement rehabilitation. It was also recommended that projects under consideration for restoration be carefully evaluated to ascertain whether their structural conditions render them suitable for CPR.

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Thomas E. Freeman

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