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Precast Box Culvert Protects While Providing Value

Our concrete box culvert is an environmentally friendly solution for nearly any water conveyance application, which means low environmental impact. We offer wing walls, attached headwalls, detached headwalls, footers, skews and an on-site fabrication shop to aid with custom projects.

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Precast Concrete Box Culvert Installation

Installation of a new precast concrete box culvert with redi-rock wing walls.

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PDF Culvert Manual - Illinois Department of Transportation

should be considered. Culverts generally have low future maintenance; however, culverts should not be considered for waterways with a history or potential of debris accumulation. 2.1.2 Culvert Type Selection In general, precast concrete box culverts are more economical than cast-in-place concrete box culverts.

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Box Culvert | Oldcastle Infrastructure

Four-sided culverts, commonly referred to as box culverts, are some of the most versatile precast concrete products in the market. Box culverts are suitable for applications such as underpasses, tunnels, subways, bridges, stream culverts, material handling, storage, and more.

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PDF Developing Short-Span Alternatives to Reinforced Concrete

Concrete box culvert floor slabs are known to have detrimental effects on river and stream hydraulics. Consequences include an aquatic environment less friendly to the passage of fish and other organisms. This has prompted environmental regulations restricting construction of traditional, four-sided box culvert structures in rivers

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Precast Reinforced Box Culvert - Thompson Pipe Group

Joints for Concrete Box, Using Rubber Gaskets. AASHTO M273. Precast Reinforced Concrete Box Sections for Culverts, Storm Drains, and Sewers with Less Than Two Feet of Cover Subjected to Highway Loadings. AASHTO M259. Precast Reinforced Concrete Box Sections for Culverts, Storm Drains and Sewers. CALTRANS D83A/B. Precast Reinforced Box Culvert

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Precast Concrete Box Culverts | Civils & Drainage | Marshalls

The concrete culvert can be supplied as standard units or vertical chambers; if being used as a channel, cover slabs can be supplied separately. Benefits of Box Culverts include: Minimum maintenance - box culverts do not need any additional treatments to prolong life and they do not rust. Long-life performance – 120-year design life.

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Culvert - Types of Culvert - Details & Advantages - Civil

Box Culvert. Box culverts are made up of concrete and especially, RCC (Reinforced Concrete). The most challenging part in constructing a box culvert is that dry surface is needed for installing it. However, due to the strength of the concrete floor, water direction can be changed when a large amount of water is expected.

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Waterproofing CIP Box Culvert Joints? - Structural

Hey everyone, I'd like to get a feel for typical waterproofing details that are used for construction joints on CIP box culverts. I am wrapping up a design on a twin barrel CIP reinforced concrete box culvert that will be constructed in two stages (i.e. there is a construction joint the full perimeter of the box section splitting the box into two halves).

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Dirigo Bridge Company - Dirigo Bridge Company

Our Box Culverts are open bottom and are environmental and road friendly to replace traditional culverts. Our Box width sizes are Small (6 Ft), Medium (9 Ft), Large (12 Ft), XLarge (15/17 1/2 Ft) and XXL (20 Ft). Can be as long as required due to our boxes come in sections.

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Reinforced Concrete Box Culverts - SEMA Precast

SEMA Precast is the leading producer of wet-cast reinforced concrete box culverts in Colorado and offers sizes from 4'X3' through 20'X12'. Each section is delivered with a watertight gasketed joint per ASTM C1577. We also manufacture special end sections with rebar dowels for connections to structures, headwalls, and wingwalls.

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