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Invitation to EUPAVE/FEBELCEM joint workshop on Two-layer concrete pavements at MATEXPO 2019!

The Federation of the Belgian Cement Industry, FEBELCEM, and the European Concrete Paving Association, EUPAVE, invite you to their workshop on two-layer concrete pavements. The workshop will be held Thursday 12 September 2019 from 10.00 to 12.00 at MATEXPO 2019. 

Address: Meetingcenter room MC3, Kortrijk Xpo, Doorniksesteenweg 216, 8500 Kortrijk Belgium.

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EUPAVE welcomes new partner, Roos Groep!

Roos Groep is a family business which was established over 60 years ago. During these years we’ve become specialists in infrastructural projects, with a focus on The Netherlands and Belgium. Among several other things, pouring concrete is this innovative company’s profession. Since 2019 we have been using the newest Leica systems on our concrete pavers to deliver the highest possible quality. To make sure everything from start to finish is realised in the most efficient way possible, we have the entire process under one roof. From designing and developing, to pouring the concrete surface, cutting and filling the joints.

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EUPAVE will participate to PIARC 26th World Road Congress

EUPAVE will give a workshop on "Long-Life and Circular Concrete Pavements for Sustainable Cities and Regions" during the upcoming PIARC 26th World Road Congress in Abu Dhabi from 6 to 10 October 2019. The event, taking place Monday 7 October, will address questions related to the various principles of circular economy and sustainability related to concrete roads.

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Impressive testimonials on RCC at EUPAVE’s workshop on Best Practices

On Tuesday 18th June, EUPAVE held at the Thon Hotel EU in Brussels its 4th workshop on Best Practices in Concrete Paving. The theme for this year was “Hydraulically Bound Base Layers & Roller Compacted Concrete Pavements”. Attended by around 35 participants, the workshop gathered experts who have an interest in RCC in particular

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EUPAVE latest publication on Roller Compacted Concrete Pavement now available!

EUPAVE released its latest publication entitled "Roller compacted concrete: making concrete pavements available to the whole pavement building industry" during the 4th workshop on Best Practices in Concrete Paving organised Tuesday 18th June in Brussels. 

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FGSV “Betonstraßentagung” (Concrete Pavement Conference 2019)

The Annual German Concrete Pavement Conference will this year be held Thursday 26 and Friday 27 September in Aschaffenburg (Germany). All presentations will be translated in english.

You can find more information on the Road and Transportation Research Association (FGSV):

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News from the International Society for Concrete Pavements:



Paving Sustainably—Many Factors Influence a Pavement’s Environmental Footprint

In a paper published in the Journal of Cleaner Production titled "Role of the use phase and pavement-vehicle interaction in comparative pavement life cycle assessment as a function of context" by researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Concrete Sustainability Hub (MIT-CSHub)—Xin Xu, Mehdi Akbarian, Jeremy Gregory, and Randolph Kirchain—examine the use phase of pavements and calculate the influence of context on their environmental footprint.

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FHWA Tech Brief: "Permeable Interlocking Concrete Pavement"

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) has released a new Tech Brief titled "Permeable Interlocking Concrete Pavement" that presents an overview of permeable interlocking concrete pavement (PICP) and its use. General information is provided on PICP compositionwith a summary of benefits, limitations, and characteristics. Important considerations, such as hydrologic design, structural design, construction, and maintenance, are also provided.

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Michigan Experiments With Paving Longevity ... 20, 30, 50 Years ...

The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT)  began work this spring on the 4th in a series of experimental pavement projects designed to determine if thicker pavement equals a longer lifespan.

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Next ISCP/ACPA Webinar "Life Cycle Assessment for Concrete Pavements", 22/08/2019

Join the Next ISCP/ACPA Webinar in Series: "Life Cycle Assessment for Concrete Pavements" on August 2nd, 2019. The webinar will be given by Eric Ferrebee, Technical Services Engineer-ACPA and Tim Smith, Director-Englobe & Director-ISCP.

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Next events

Date: Thursday 12 September
Place: MATEXPO 2019, Kortrijk (Belgium)

Date: Monday 7 October
Place: Abu Dhabi (United Arab Emirates)

Date: 26 - 27 September 2019
Place: Aschaffenburg (Germany)