Equipment World recently published a story on concrete overlays, and used some of Transtec’s knowledge on the topic as a resource. Check out the story!
Check out FHWA’s new report on the effects of various low-cost pavement treatments on roadway safety. This report was performed by The Transtec Group and authored in part by Transtec’s David Merritt.
Take a look at Civil + Structural Engineer magazine’s post about Intelligent Compaction’s NOVA Award!
Transtec’s COMMAND Center concrete temperature and maturity monitoring system has lowered budgets and accelerated construction schedules on hundreds of projects. To showcase a few of the projects that have benefited from COMMAND Center, we packed some of them into a very quick video.
An article co-written by Transtec engineer David Merritt was recently published in FHWA’s Public Roads magazine. “Gaining Traction on Roadway Safety” describes the results of a performance study in which 17 states collaborated with FHWA to determine how to increase pavement friction through low- or no-cost surface treatments.
In 60 seconds, learn how Transtec’s COMMAND Center concrete temperature and maturity monitoring system is improving concrete projects: watch the new intro video!
Our latest news story about SHRP2’s decision to offer implementation assistance for two real-time smoothness devices has been posted by Concrete Products, World Highways, and Constructech! These devices were selected after research and evaluation performed by Transtec under SHRP2.
Our coverage of the IC Technical Support Service Center—provided by FHWA and operated by Transtec—was included in Better Roads’ January issue and Asphalt Magazine!
The National Association of County Engineers (NACE) has expanded on our news item, “FHWA, MnDOT Investigate Pavement Surface’s Effect on Fuel Consumption,” in their January 2014 newsletter. Visit their site for more information about the investigation’s conclusions!