This close-up shows the solid consistency of Cor-Tuf UHPC, making the beam impermeable to moisture. While the fine-grained nature of the mix allows for a variety of finishing and decorative possibilities, Cor-Tuf has 10 times the compressive strength of traditional concrete. A variety of mix techniques can result in 50,000 psi or higher.
Second View of H-Piling Finish
Municipalities are looking for ways to reduce costs and their administrative burden. Without a streamlined procurement process, purchasing basic goods and services to keep operations running can be negatively impacted by various proposals, approvals, cost optimization, and contractor due diligence.
Ultra-High Performance Concrete (UHPC) is known for superior strength and durability. Its headlines have typically been about large infrastructure projects such as multi-lane bridges or building piers, but any size of project can benefit from the properties of UHPC.
The strength and durability of ultra-high performance concrete (UHPC) are valuable for a variety of applications, from repairing aging structures to creating efficient new designs. UHPC is championed by transportation departments and trade groups (including the U.S. Federal Highway Administration) for its ability to work in situations where traditional concrete is less suitable.