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Last Chance to Order Printed Copies of Guide to Concrete Trails

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At the recent NRMCA ConcreteWorks, attendees had a chance to learn about the opportunities in concrete recreational trails with a session based on the newly-released Guide to Concrete Trails. This RMC Research & Education Foundation-funded guide, written by the same team of experts at the National Concrete Pavement Technology Center (CPTech) that brought you the Guide to Concrete Overlays of Asphalt Parking Lots, walks the reader through the process of concrete recreational trails, from the beginning stages of planning to the ownership stages of maintenance, with stops along the way that include funding, environmental, design types, ADA compliance, trail widths and thickness, construction and even how to renovate a worn-out asphalt trail with a concrete overlay. Written with all stakeholders in mind, the Guide to Concrete Trails is the first document of its kind that specifically address recreational trail construction using concrete.

An initial run of printed copies will be ordered next week. Based on the number of copies ordered, the cost per copy will be the lowest ever offered in this initial order, estimated to be around $6 per copy. If you would like professionally-printed and bound copies in this initial printing, contact Jon Hansen. Additional copies after the initial printing will likely be on demand and carry a much higher cost per copy. You must place your order to Jon Hansen at by 5 p.m. Central time on Thursday, October 31.


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