Roller Compacted Concrete at Port of Houston – Bayport Container Yard VI North. The project consist of 49,000 cubic yard of 18″ RCC Pavement. AG Peltz is utilizing two ARAN Plants for mixing and multiple high-density ABG pavers for placing. Pavement lanes are generally 25 feet wide. The POHA does […]
AGP mixed and placed over 100,000 cubic yards of both single and dual lift RCC for a new container facility for the Kansas City Southern in Wylie, Tx. RCC was utilized for the container stacking, loading, and entry / exit areas. AGP ran two ARAN 280 plants and up to […]
AGP mixed and placed over 275,000 SY of 9″ 10″, and 17″ RCC for a new container facility adjacent to the Charlotte International Airport. Surface texture of the mixture was considered excellent with no visible segregation or loose material. RCC was utilized for the container stacking, loading, and entry / […]
AGP mixed and placed over 65,000 cubic yards of 9” & 16” RCC on a new container facility in Rossville, TN. The RCC was placed at 25-30 foot pavement lanes with control joints cut both transverse and longitudinally at 12.5-15 feet. AGP used multiple Aran plants to ensure an interrupted […]
AGP placed approximately 18,750 CY of 9” pavement, 7,853 cy of 12” pavement, and 1,955 cy of 18” pavement on new container transfer facility for the Florida East Coast Railways. The RCC was placed at 25-30 foot pavement lanes with control joints cut both transverse and longitudinally at 12.5-15 feet. […]
AGP placed over 45,000 square yards of 8” RCC Pavement for the USACE in Fort Campbell, KY. The RCC was placed at 25-30 foot pavement lanes with control joints cut both transverse and longitudinally at 12.5-15 feet. AGP partnered with the USACE to review and modernize the existing USACE RCC […]
Over 62,000 square yards and 12,000 cubic yards of 7” RCC mixed and placed for the new Hibbett Sports Distribution Center near Alabaster, AL. RCC was selected in lieu of asphalt by the owner based on pricing and long-term performance expectations. The RCC was placed at 30 foot pavement lanes […]
A.G. Peltz placed 148,000 square yards of 6” cement treated base for the Pensacola Regional Airport runway reconstruction. FAA specifications were required on the project. This included a minimum compressive strength of 750 PSI and a 1⁄4” thickness tolerance.
The SCDOT was having a significant problem with asphalt rutting on high traffic US 78 near Charleston. The existing roadway was built on poor soils and SCDOT needed a durable pavement option which could be placed quickly and minimize traffic disruption. A 10” single lift RCC layer with a 2” […]
RCC (95,575 cubic yards) was selected in lieu of PCC pavement for heavy loading conditions for a new container yard. The project consisted of 144,000 square yards of 18” RCC pavement and 61,000 square yards of 14” RCC pavement. RCC production rates routinely exceeded 400 cubic yards per hour with […]
RCC (111,333 cubic yards) was selected in lieu of asphalt pavement for heavy and medium loading conditions for a new container yard. The project consists of 101,000 square yards of 16” RCC pavement and 299,000 square yards of 8” RCC pavement. The decision to utilize RCC in lieu of asphalt […]
AG Peltz Group, LLC has placed over 411,000 square yards of RCC Pavement in five phases at the NIT facility in Norfolk, VA. The initial project was specified in 2005 based on comparison of four Pavement systems including PCC, Asphalt, Pavers, and RCC. The asphalt section was subsequently eliminated from […]
23,600 square yards of 16” RCC; 2,950 square yards of 12” RCC; and 9,200 square yards of 8” RCC were utilized in the conversion of an existing automobile intermodal center to a container handling facility. The new packer pad, maintenance pad, entrance and exit roadways utilized RCC as the paved […]
A.G. Peltz Group provided the RCC paving for the reconstruction of the intermodal facility at Salinas Victoria, Mexico. The container yard consisted of 100,110 square yards of 17” RCC pavement and was constructed while the facility was in operation. A.G. Peltz Group worked with the owner to develop a paving […]
AG Peltz Group, LLC mixed and placed approximately 5,583 square yards of both 9” and 16” RCC at the existing CSX Fairburn Intermodal Facility in 2010. The CSX decided to add capacity at this yard and elected to utilize RCC in lieu of asphalt for two reasons: 1) the poor […]
AG Peltz mixed and placed over 60,000 cubic yards of 9” & 16” RCC from July-October of 2012. The RCC was placed in 25 foot lanes with both longitudinal and transverse control joints saw cut at 12.5-15 foot intervals. RCC was used for all of the container and trailer storage […]
1.5M square yards of 5” and 7” RCC Pavement for the majority of paving areas at the Honda facility in Lincoln, AL as well as 4” of CTB in most areas of the line two expansion. RCC was selected in lieu of asphalt paving, starting in 2000, with an estimated […]
44,950 square yards of 15” RCC and 32,150 square yards of 9” RCC for a new wood pelletizing plant. Georgia Biomass selected RCC in lieu of asphalt based on the extremely high loading and expected reduction in maintenance cost with utilizing RCC.
AG Peltz Group placed 128,000 square yards of 12” RCC pavement and 135,000 square yards of 8” RCC pavement in 2011/2012. The owners selected RCC in lieu of asphalt pavement for the expected serviceability, specifically RCC’s ability to withstand heavy repeated loadings without incurring significant maintenance costs. RCC was again […]
Over 65,000 cubic yards of 7” RCC mixed and placed for the new Lowes Distribution Center near Rome, GA. RCC was selected in lieu of asphalt by the owner based on pricing and long-term performance expectations. The RCC was placed at 30 foot pavement lanes with control joints cut both […]
Soil Cement on US 84, Andalusia, AL. Approximately 267,000 SY of 8″ Soil Cement placed as an aggregate base layer on US 84. AG Peltz performed this project utilizing an Aran Mixing Plant and ABG Paver. The soil-cement base was designed and tested in accordance with ALDOT 416-05 Laboratory Design […]
Project consisted of the paving the base (4″ Aggregate base course) and approximately 35,000 cubic yards of 7″ patented “SPALLESS” Roller Compacted Concrete Paving.
Mixing and placement of 255,000 square yards of 8-inch and 9-inch pavement for a new manufacturing facility. Completion July 2004. see paper: Automakers Drive Acceptance of Roller Compacted Concrete
This project consisted of 20,000 cubic yards of Roller Compacted Concrete. Peltz was the general contractor responsible for all phases of construction including design, mixing, placement and compaction. “This project consistent of placing 9” lifts to create a stair stepped RCC overtopping protection for the Dam.
Design, Mixing and paving of 3600 cubic yards of 7 inch pavement. Project served as demo for the ACPA, Lehigh Cement, and local equipment dealers.
Mixing and paving of 80,000 square yards of 7-inch and 9-inch pavement for a expansion to the manufacturing facility. Completed May 2002.
The project consisted of 14” RCC for packer pads and 17″ RCC for the gantry crane wheel path as well as 6″ RCC for the trailer storage. Phase I and Phase II combined to approximately 50,000 cubic yards of 650 PSI flexural and 4,500 PSI compressive. In addition, Peltz placed […]
125000 square yards of 7″ RCC pavement for the Honda Logistics Improvements at the Lincoln, AL manufacturing facility. A.G. Peltz Group LLC was responsible for all site paving and base construction on the project. Paving system utilized 4″ of cement treated base which allowed the owner to use completed base […]
First use of RCC on an interstate roadway application in the United States. This project won the 2006 National Partnership for Highway Quality Silver Award and SCAN Innovation Award. The project consisted of over 35 lane miles of shoulder replacement with 6” and 8” RCC. Read More – Rolling Out […]
16500 cubic yards of State Route Shoulder and Median Construction. State Route 6 was completely reconstructed using continuously reinforced concrete for the travel lanes and RCC for the outside shoulders and median pavement. Project marked the first time RCC was used in the travel way on a State Route in the […]
12750 CY of RCC produced and placed in 9″ lifts using paving equipment. The use of paving equipment allowed the dam to be constructed with a minimum use of formwork, which enhanced the construction schedule. Read More
A.G. Peltz Group provided the RCC paving for the reconstruction of the intermodal facility at Toluca, Mexico. The container yard now consists of approximately 120,000 square yards of 17” RCC pavement.