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					                 AMERICAN CONCRETE PAVEMENT ASSOCIATION
                 9450 W. Bryn Mawr Ave.
                 Suite 150
                 Rosemont, IL 60018
                 847.966.2272 | www.acpa.org




                       ACPA Offers Comprehensive Resource
                    for Airport Concrete Pavement Construction


Rosemont, Ill., July 24, 2012– The American Concrete Pavement Association (ACPA) has released a
comprehensive publication that covers construction of quality airport pavements.


“Best Practices for Airport Concrete Pavement Construction” (EB102) is an update of a like-named and
very popular report by the Innovative Pavement Research Foundation, an ACPA technology partner.


This 180-page ACPA publication is a must-have resource for contractors, consulting engineers, airport
owners and their representatives, inspectors, quality assurance and quality control personnel,
designers, and anyone with an interest in quality airport concrete pavement construction.


The publication details best practices from design and pre-construction (pre-con) considerations
through the final steps of airport concrete pavement construction, and even early-age distress repair.
The appendices include checklists for pre-con considerations, inspection and testing, and joint sawing.
A decision tree for early-age cracking also is included in the appendices.


The well-organized publication is replete with high-quality, superbly detailed color photos and
illustrations, as well as checklists and special paving- and quality-alerts that call special attention to
conditions and other factors to consider on the grade.


The publication is available through ACPA’s online bookstore at www.acpa.org/bookstore, or
alternatively, by contacting Debbie Becker at 847-423-8710 (8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Central); by fax at
847-966-9970 (24/7); or by email to dbecker@acpa.org (Any time).




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The publication is available in either commercially printed, perfect bound (square back) format or
electronically as a PDF. (An Adobe Acrobat® Reader or comparable program is required.) Additional
shipping & handling charges apply and will be determined based on quantity and location of the
recipients.


About the ACPA
The American Concrete Pavement Association is the national trade association for the concrete
pavement industry. The primary mission of the ACPA is to create and maintain a strong national
presence through dynamic, strategic leadership; effective technical expertise and resources; and
persuasive advocacy on behalf of the concrete pavement industry.


Founded in 1964, the American Concrete Pavement Association is headquartered in Chicago at 5420
Old Orchard Road, Skokie, IL 60077. Telephone: 847.966.2272. The Association’s Washington, DC
office is located at 500 New Jersey Ave., NW, 7th Floor, Washington, DC 20001. Phone: 202.638.2272.
Visit our technical website at www.acpa.org. Visit our public website at www.pavements4life.com.
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Caption:
Photo depicts the front cover of “Best Practices for Airport Concrete Pavement Construction,”
arguably one of ACPA’s most comprehensive technical resources that is essential to anyone with an
interest in quality airport concrete pavement construction.




Download the photo at: http://www.acpa.org/News_and_Advocacy/2012/EB102-Airport-BP-Cover1.jpg


Editorial Contact:
For additional information, please contact Bill Davenport, Vice President – Communications, American Concrete
Pavement Association. Phone: 847.423.8703. E-mail: bdavenport@acpa.org.


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