Sensors Tell Construction Crews Exactly How Long to Let Concrete Cure

Those in the mid-west like to joke that there are two seasons: winter and construction! While closed lanes can cause headaches, it’s important that concrete is given enough time to cure before it accommodates traffic. To better understand exactly how far along concrete is in the maturation process, the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) sought......

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Historic Milton-Madison Bridge Project

The Milton-Madison Bridge has connected the small river towns of Madison, Indiana and Milton, Kentucky for 85 years. However, after eight decades and millions of vehicle crossings, the bridge’s 20-foot-wide road deck had become too narrow to handle modern traffic, and the bridge was showing signs of deterioration. Seizing on the opportunity to replace the......

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Dredging P3

Altogether, the 140 harbors and channels that comprise the Great Lakes are the fourth largest economic zone in North America. The Great Lakes are also the largest freshwater system in the world. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) has the responsibility to operate and maintain these harbors and channels, but turned to a P3......

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