TRB’s Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2573 consists of 20 papers that explore construction, including:

  • Using Parametric Modeling to Estimate Highway Construction Contract Time
  • Civil Integrated Management for Highway Infrastructure: Case Studies and Lessons Learned
  • Comparing Construction Manager–General Contractor and Federal Early Contractor Involvement Project Delivery Methods
  • Implementing Best-Value Procurement for Design–Bid–Build Highway Projects
  • Large-Scale Deployment of Performance-Related Specifications for Jointed Plain Concrete Pavement
  • Evaluation of Additional Laboratory Tests for Design of Full-Depth Reclamation Mixtures Using Foamed Bitumen
  • Comparing Life-Cycle Cost Analysis of Full-Depth Reclamation Versus Traditional Pavement Maintenance and Rehabilitation Strategies
  • Use of Pavement Management System Data to Enhance Pavement Performance Specifications in Canada
  • Effectiveness of Warranted Asphalt Pavements in Indiana
  • Effect of Silo Storage Time on the Characteristics of Virgin and Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement Mixtures
  • Multiyear Laboratory and Field Performance Assessment of High-Traffic US-49 Full-Depth Reclamation
  • Specification Limits and Pay Adjustment for Longitudinal Joint Density of Asphalt Pavements: Case Study in New Jersey
  • Innovative Design, Traffic Management, and Construction of Concrete Overlay Technology: Canadian Municipal Application
  • Optimizing Paving Mixtures for Durable, Cost-Effective, and Sustainable Concrete
  • Design and Construction of a Highway Double-Deck Suspension Bridge
  • Evaluation of Bolt Holes Fabricated by Using Plasma Arc Cutting
  • Empirical Study of the State of the Practice in Alternative Technical Concepts in Highway Construction Projects
  • Developing a Chained Fisher Construction Cost Index for a State Highway Agency
  • Cost and Scope Breakdown Structure for Functional Level Estimating of Consultant Fees
  • Artificial Neural Network Model for Estimating Temporal and Spatial Freeway Work Zone Delay Using Probe-Vehicle Data

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