Construction 2015


TRB’s Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2504, explores 18 papers related to construction in the transportation sector, including:

  • Economic Haul Radius as Affected by Diesel Fuel Cost
  • Submittal and Evaluation Procedures for Alternative Technical Concepts
  • Determinants of Variability in Preliminary Engineering Funding: Program-Level Analysis
  • Mapping of Practices of State Transportation Agencies for Consultant Oversight of Construction Engineering and Inspection Services
  • Application of Work Zone Road User Costs to Determine Schedule-Related Incentives and Disincentives: Conceptual Framework
  • Performance-Based Warranty Contracts for Pavement Markings: Experience and Lessons Learned in the State of Utah
  • Cost and Schedule Performance Benchmarks of U.S. Transportation Public–Private Partnership Projects: Preliminary Results
  • Relationship Between Early Contractor Involvement and Financial Performance in the Rebuilding of Infrastructure in Christchurch, New Zealand
  • U.S. Partnering Programs and International Partnering Contracts and Alliances: Comparative Analysis
  • Policies and Procedures for Successful Implementation of Alternative Technical Concepts
  • Trends in Quality Management Approaches to Design–Build Transportation Projects
  • Relationship Between Surface Profile Characteristics and the Need for Localized Roughness Correction: Investigation Based on Bump Rating Panel Data
  • Laboratory Evaluation and Field Construction of Roller-Compacted Concrete for Testing Under Accelerated Loading
  • Testing of Dowel Alignment and Development of a Dowel Bar Alignment Specification for Illinois Tollways
  • Concepts to Enhance Specification and Inspection of Curing Effectiveness in Concrete Pavement Design and Construction
  • Models of Asphalt Concrete Field Compactibility with Focus on Lift Thickness
  • Comparison of Density Tests for Thin Hot-Mix Asphalt Overlays
  • Structural Health Monitoring System for Ironton–Russell Bridge, Ohio and Kentucky: Phase 1. Substructure Construction

Read TRR 2504

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