2013 Concrete Specification Change Highlights
The concrete related specifications for the 2013 construction year have been completed and are available on the Special Provisions website. Here are the 2013 Concrete Specification Change Highlights.
MnDOT performs on-site inspection at precast and prestress plants for use on agency projects. For information on prestress and precast plant operations and inspection, contact the MnDOT Inspections Engineer.
Concrete Research Activities
Concrete research that MnDOT is currently conducting or has conducted including research contacts and reports.
- FHWA Pavements
- Grading and Base
- Intelligent Compaction
- Lab Testing and Inspection
- Local Road Research Board (LRRB)
- Materials Engineering
- Materials Engineers Organization
- MnDOT Technical Certification
- Pavement Design
- Pavement Management
- Seasonal Load Limits
- Smoothness Program
- State Aid
- Construction Tools
- Bridges and Structures
- Mn/DOT Spec Book
- Schedule of Materials Control
- Special Provisions
- Technical Memorandums
- Mn/DOT Technical Certification
Other Concrete Links
Approved Concrete Sources and Products
Concrete related sources and products that are approved, qualified or certified for use on Agency projects.
Concrete AggregatesRefer to MnDOT Aggregates for information acquiring a pit number.
New source concrete aggregate testing requirements.
Preliminary concrete aggregate testing requirements for paving.
Concrete Mix DesignsForms for Mix Designs and Job Mix Formulas (JMF) for certified ready-mix, concrete paving and bridges.
Forms for certified ready-mix, concrete paving and bridges that are used for documenting concrete materials and testing on construction projects.
Certified Ready-Mix Program
MnDOT has developed the Certified Ready-Mix Program for the quality control of concrete production under a Certification program for ready-mix concrete plants.
Concrete Pavements and Rehabilitation
MnDOT's concrete paving program currently using water/cement ratio specifications. Concrete paving references include requirements for alkali silica reactivity (ASR), concrete texture specifications, historical concrete pavement data (COPES) and the concrete pavement ride information (Smoothness).
MnDOT has developed the concrete pavement rehabilitation (CPR) program using techniques that were developed in the mid-1980's and have evolved over time. Included are guidelines, CPR details and specifications.
MnDOT's new policy for sealing joints is based on the type of material below the concrete pavement. See the new Joint Sealing Recommendation Guidelines for additional information.
Manuals, guidelines and other documents used for concrete related activities on construction projects.