Archives: RCC Expertise


Roller Compacted Concrete, (RCC)

What is Roller Compacted Concrete? Roller-compacted concrete, or RCC, takes its name from the construction method used to build it. We place it with high-density specialized paving equipment, then compact it with rollers. RCC has the same basic ingredients as conventional concrete: cement, water, and aggregates. But unlike conventional concrete, […]


Slip-Form Paving

Little more than a decade ago, slip-form paving was a novelty on the American construction scene. Spurred by a number of factors- including the need for lower manpower requirements, economy, and the tremendous impetus given to pavement construction by the Interstate Highway System- slip-form pavinghas developed into a widely accepted […]


Cement Treated Base / Soil Cement

Cement Treated Base / Soil Cement: – Cement Treated Base (CTB) is a general term that applies to an intimate mixture or native soils and/or manufactured aggregates with Portland Cement Concrete and water. Other descriptions such as soil-cement, cement-treated aggregate base, cement-stabilized roadbed, and cement stabilized base are sometimes used. […]


Roller Compacted Concrete Paving Consulting

At A.G. Peltz System Solutions, LLC We strive to grow the opportunities for Roller Compacted Concrete Paving by using our time learned expertise in delivering the highest quality RCC Systems throughout the world. A.G. Peltz Group, LLC is the leader in providing Roller Compacted Concrete Paving Systems. With over 7M […]


Pervious Concrete

Why Make Pavements Porous? Over the past 50 years development has increased and spread into areas that were once considered to be rural, drastically increasing the amount of impervious surfaces. The resulting increase in storm water has contributed to the bulk of the non-point source pollution affecting our environment and […]


Abramson Concrete Construction

We are partners with Abramson, LLC. In addition to slip-form paving, Abramson specializes in concrete barrier walls, bridge, rails, retaining walls, culverts, curb and gutter, and various other miscellaneous concrete.