Guidelines – Concrete Pavement Restoration (CPR) – ACPA

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Concrete pavement restoration, or CPR, is a series of engineered techniques developed over the past thirty years to manage the rate of pavement deterioration in concrete streets, highways, and airports. CPR is a non-overlay option used to repair isolated areas of distress in a concrete pavement without changing its grade. This rational, preventive procedure restores the pavement to a condition close to original and reduces the need for major and more costly repairs later. In fact, recent reports from the Transportation Research Board state that for every dollar invested in appropriately timed preventive pavement maintenance, three to four dollars in future rehabilitation costs are saved.

  (1) Applies to: Highways, Streets & Roads