Spanish English French German Italian portuguese russian

(Automatic translation)

Recent experiences with continuous reinforced concrete pavements

Carlos Jofre
Ingeniero de Caminos
Technical director
Instituto Español del Cemento y sus Aplicaciones (IECA)

Continuous pavements reinforced concrete designed and constructed properly require a very low conservation, offsetting the on-cost of steel armor. Therefore, today they are one of the favorite choices in many countries for motorways with heavy traffic. In the article, after a brief presentation of this technique and its historical development, some recent works are described: the tunnels Cointe in Belgium, reinforcing a section of the Brussels motorway - Ostende, the first toll road in the United Kingdom and several roundabouts in Belgium.

Pavement, concrete, reinforcement, continuous, tunnel, roundabout

Asociación Española de la Carretera
Goya, 23 - 4º Right.
28001 - MADRID (Spain)
Tel .: (34) 91 5779972
Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Cookies allow us to offer our services. By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies. See Cookies policy