Jointed Plain Concrete Pavement

This set of photos presents typical processes for breaking jointed plain concrete pavement (JPCP). Break for removal of JPCP is typically performed to produce 12-inch, 18-inch or 24-inch minus size particles. Contractors choose the size based on whether and how the broken concrete will be crushed, whether the broken concrete will be placed in a fill, and the type of equipment to be used to remove and haul the broken concrete. All versions of the Badger Breaker® are effective for breaking JPCP.

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The Cross Road - Blessed Route the Beneficiary of FDR Process

A full-depth reclamation (FDR) project involving the removal of a failed portland cement concrete pavement and the construction of an 8-in. stabilized reclaimed asphalt pavement (RAP) and aggregate base.

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