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Bridges, Roads & Highways

 
Native American themed bridge
The Gold Line Bridge, the first-ever artist-designed transit bridge in California, is described as a 584-foot-long concrete sculpture.
Bridge Honors Native Americans: Gold Line Light-Rail Bridge
 
pervious concrete mix
This San Diego-based contractor’s mix design used for pervious paving contracts contains custom blends that significantly increase a project’s difficulty.
Custom Pervious Mix Elevates Project's Difficulty
 
 
custom pervious concrete mix
This San Diego-based contractor’s mix design used for pervious paving contracts contains custom blends that significantly increase a project’s difficulty.
Custom Pervious Mix Elevates Project's Difficulty
 
honoring native american design
The Gold Line Bridge, the first-ever artist-designed transit bridge in California, is described as a 584-foot-long concrete sculpture.
Bridge Honors Native Americans: Gold Line Light-Rail Bridge
 
ACI concrete winners
“The Excellence Award,” was presented to the Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilizations (MuCEM) located in Marseille, France.
ACI Awards Winners of Concrete Construction
 
Decorative Concrete Competition
The type of traffic has changed significantly since the Washington Bridge was constructed in 1930, replacing the original circa 1875 bridge.
Beta Group Inc., Lincoln, Rhode Island
 
noteworthy concrete projects
2.7 million square feet of pervious concrete was placed in Beijing, China, for the 2008 Summer Olympics. The ring uses conventional concrete.
Pervious Concrete in Beijing, China
 
 
 
Custom Pervious Mix Elevates Project's Difficulty
 
Bridge Honors Native Americans: Gold Line Light-Rail Bridge
 
ACI Awards Winners of Concrete Construction
 
Beta Group Inc., Lincoln, Rhode Island
 
Pervious Concrete in Beijing, China
 
Reactive Stains Fiber Optics
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