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Bituminous Concrete 0

Construction Methodology of Bituminous Concrete

Bituminous Concrete (herein after referred as “BC”) is a type of construction material that is used to build highways, driveways, and parking lots. It is composed of a binding agent and a mixture of...

DBM 0

Methodology of Rectification path in DBM

Dense Bituminous Macadam (hereinafter referred to as “DBM”) is a binder course used in the construction of all flexible roads. DBM is used for roads with more number of heavy commercial vehicles. Machinery Hot...

PQC 0

Construction Methodology of PQC

PQC stands for “Pavement Quality Concrete” and it is also referred as Cement Concrete Pavement. It is a type of concrete that is usually utilized for construction of roads and highways. This type of...

Minor/Major Bridge 0

Construction Methodology of Major Bridges

Minor Bridge is a reinforced concrete structure used as drainage under road work. In other words, It is a structure of more than 6m to 60m in length between faces of abutments. On the...

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Methodology of Dense Bituminous Macadam

Dense Bituminous Macadam (hereinafter referred to as “DBM”) is a binder course used in the construction of all flexible roads. DBM is used for roads with more number of heavy commercial vehicles. Machinery Hot...

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Construction Methodology of Dry Lean Concrete

Dry Lean Concrete (hereinafter referred to as “DLC”) is first layer of rigid pavement, mechanically rolled and compacted over sub-base (GSB). For all major State Highway and National Highway projects, a thickness of at...

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Construction Methodology of Granular Sub base(GSB)

Granular Sub Base (GSB) shall consist of laying and compacting well-graded material on prepared and approved subgrade in accordance with clause 401 of MORT&H specification. In other words, GSB is laid in between the...

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Construction Methodology of Box Culvert

Box Culvert is a reinforced concrete structure used as drainage under the road work. In other words, It is a small structure of less than 6m span between faces of abutments. On the other...