Upcoming Streets and Local Roads Workshops in Tulsa and Oklahoma City


Registration for the Streets and Local Roads workshop is now open! 

We will have a two-day event! 

The Tulsa Workshop will be held on October 12th at the Stoney Creek Hotel, Located at 200 W Albany Street, Broken Arrow, OK 73012

The Oklahoma City Workshop will be held on October 13th at the Credit Union House, Located at 631 E. Hill Street. OKC, OK 73105

Registration is $50.00 Lunch will be provided 

To register please click here-



Please click here for workshop agenda

We look forward to seeing you there!

Arkansas Concrete Pavement Conference Kicks Off With Partnering Agreement Between ArDOT & Industry

The Arkansas Concrete Pavement Conference got kicked off with the signing of a Partnering Agreement between ArDOT and the Concrete Paving Industry.

The agreement serves as a means of continually improving communication involving our organizations, nurturing the working relationships between the parties, and providing quality concrete pavements that provide the best value to the citizens of the State of Arkansas.

ArDOT and Industry share a long history of partnering with one another to deliver outstanding concrete paving projects.

ArDOT Chief Engineer Rex Vines and
OK/AR ACPA Executive Director Brent Burwell

Every Day Counts Program Spotlights Missouri Concrete Overlay Project

Concrete Overlays in Missouri Save Time, Improve Safety

Concrete overlays can save significant amounts of time compared to traditional methods. The Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) learned just how much when it needed to resurface a nine-mile stretch of I-44 near Rolla, Missouri, part of the main connector between the Lake of the Ozarks and St. Louis. With the Lake of the Ozarks being a major recreation and vacation destination, construction-related traffic delays were a major concern; therefore, the contract specified 90 calendar days for completion. Two miles of the project involved milling 11 inches of the existing asphalt pavement and inlaying an 11-inch concrete overlay. Seven miles of the project involved placing an 8-inch unbonded concrete overlay using a geotextile fabric as the separation layer. The contractor paved 219,137 square yards of concrete in 47 days and turned over the project to the State in only 66 days.

To learn more about concrete overlays, visit the FHWA TOPS website or watch a recent webinar called “Concrete Overlays: A Proven Technology.” Webinar topics include an introduction to concrete overlays, challenges, maintaining existing pavements, the value proposition, how to get started, and project highlights. For additional information, contact Robert Conway, FHWA Resource Center.

(Reprinted from EDC Newsletter)

Reclaimed Fly Ash

Learn more about Reclaimed or ‘Harvested’ Fly Ash. Click on the screenshot below to be taken to the CP Tech Center’s website to view a short informative video.