As DOTs across the country implement accelerated bridge construction, precast bridge panels are becoming the norm. Filling panels with Cor-Tuf ensures that connections are stronger
Implementing Cor-Tuf in bridge installation projects marks a landmark commitment from the Virginia Department of Transportation, ensuring that bridges retain their high compressive strength and
Many U.S. state governments strongly recommend that UHPC be used in all future bridge construction and repair projects. As a material provider, our service package
Despite industry misconceptions, Cor-Tuf UHPC can be pumped and poured just like conventional concrete—but with the added benefits of longer life, greater strength, and increased
If you’ve ever wondered, “What is the difference between concrete and cement?” you’re in luck.
The terms concrete and cement are often used interchangeably. But the truth is, they are not the same. In fact, that “cement” truck many of us refer to on a job site is actually a misnomer—it is really a “concrete” truck.
Concrete is used by contractors and builders for bridges and seawalls due to its strength and durability. Unfortunately, seawalls made of traditional concrete are not immune to the effects of seawater, and bridges constructed of regular concrete are proving to be incapable of withstanding the damaging winds and forces of hurricanes and other strong storms.
Cor-Tuf UHPC, the first and only licensed producer of Cor-Tuf Ultra-High Performance Concrete (UHPC) in the United States and the world, is making it easier
As we continue to complete more projects with our proprietary Ultra-High Performance Concrete mix design, we are thrilled to see that Cor-Tuf UHPC continues to meet and even exceed our expectations. In our latest project, we demonstrated the advantages of using Cor-Tuf UHPC in a typical bridge closure project.