HAPPY NEW YEAR!
- Tuesday, 01 January 2019 00:01
Happy New Year to all of our wonderful Concrete Paving Friends! It’s shaping up to be a great year already as 2019 marks the 30th Anniversary for the OK/AR Chapter ACPA. Our chapter has accomplished a great many things over the past three decades and we look for even better things ahead! Involvement in the Portland Cement Quality Initiative Task Force (PCQITF) has been a phenomenal mechanism for adoption of new and innovative materials and techniques over the past several years and has produced many advancements in our industry. Additionally, we are very excited about our new partnership with the University of Arkansas in collaborating on concrete pavement research initiatives. Our annual concrete pavement conferences in Arkansas and Oklahoma have been showcases for this new technology and great sources for networking within our industry. Please do not hesitate to contact any of our staff to help you with your future concrete paving needs.
Congratulations OK/AR Chapter Award Winners
- Friday, 07 December 2018 14:27
OK/AR Chapter members were honored with four awards for excellence in concrete paving at ACPA’s awards banquet last week at Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Congratulations to all of our Chapter award winners listed below:
County Roads Category – Silver Winner
Dover Oklahoma County Road EW-73, Kingfisher, OK
Contractor: Duit Construction Company, Inc.
Owner: Oklahoma Department of Transportation
Engineer: Circuit Engineering District 8
Municipal Streets > 30,000 sy Category – Silver Winner
Lindsey Street (from 24th Ave. SW to East of Berry Rd.), Norman, OK
Contractor: Sherwood Construction Company
Owner: City of Norman
Engineers: Poe & Associates, Inc. and Atkins
State Roads Category – Silver Winner
Intersection of SH-51 (6th Street) & US-177 (Perkins Road), Stillwater, OK
Contractor: Duit Construction Company, Inc.
Owner: Oklahoma DOT
Divided Highways – Rural Category – Silver Winner
Muskogee Turnpike (MU-MC-42), Wagoner County, OK
Contractor: Koss Construction Company
Owner: Oklahoma Turnpike Authority
Engineer: Craig & Keithline, Inc.
OK/AR ACPA Congratulates Our 2017 Summer Interns
- Friday, 28 July 2017 21:07
|Brody Branson receiving Scholarship check from OK/AR ACPA Chairman, Dale Baker. Also pictured, Todd Steelman of Allen Contracting.
||Sam Macklin receiving Scholarship check from OK/AR ACPA Chairman, Dale Baker. Also pictured, Russell Kent of MacArthur Associated Consultants.
OK/AR Chapter, ACPA handed out scholarships to two local students in August as they prepared to return to fall classes. Students pursuing a degree in civil engineering or construction management and who work as an intern for an OK/AR Chapter member company are eligible for this scholarship.
Sam Macklin spent his summer as an intern for MacArthur Associated Consultants. He is a senior at the Oklahoma State University and plans to graduate in the Spring with a BS in Civil Engineering. Sam has worked in several different aspects of design while at MacArthur and has spent time working with ACPA’s WinPas pavement design software.
Brody Branson is a Construction Management student at Oklahoma State University who spent the summer working as an intern for Allen Contracting. Brody was able to gain broad concrete paving experience including spending time working on the construction of a variety of concrete pavement projects. He will be returning to OSU this Fall as a Sophomore.
Congratulations to both our 2017 Scholarship winners!
Lindsay Street Bridge Opens in Norman
- Monday, 24 July 2017 13:52
After two years of being under construction, hundreds of citizens joined ODOT, City of Norman and OK/AR ACPA member Sherwood Construction for the first crossing of the newly opened Lindsay Street bridge across Interstate 35 in Norman.
This bridge is the second Single Point Urban Interchange (SPUI) built in Oklahoma and now carries the distinction of being Oklahoma’s widest bridge. And, of course, this project boasts lots and lots of beautiful portland cement concrete pavement! Great job Sherwood Construction!
Improving Concrete Through Reduced Cement Factors
- Monday, 19 June 2017 18:10
Findings from the FHWA Mobile Concrete Trailer (MCT)
The FHWA Mobile Concrete Trailer has been collecting data from concrete pavement projects across the country has has recently released a one page fact sheet detailing their findings. Included in the report are the impacts of high cement contents and ways to reduce cement content. Please click on the link below to view the one page brief:
MCT Finding – High Cement Factors