As part of an ongoing maintenance program by the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT), Crosswicks Creek Bridge on Interstate 295 in Burlington County was rehabilitated using QUIKRETE® Form & Pour. After mechanically removing damaged and dilapidated concrete from the bottom of the bridge deck, IEW Construction Contractors delivered the QUIKRETE® Form & Pour more than 30 feet in the air through a pump to make structural repairs. This efficiency of making repairs in this manner minimized traffic disruption on the 1,600-foot long bridge that serves nearly 4,000 city residents and travelers commuting to-and-from Trenton.
QUIKRETE® Form & Pour is a factory blended properly proportioned mixture of Portland cement, aggregates and chemical admixtures for use in building or repair applications requiring a high-quality concrete with a maximum aggregate size of 3/8 inch. It may be mixed to any consistency from stiff plastic to free flowing virtually self-consolidating consistency. An air-entraining agent is also incorporated in the dry material to produce a concrete that has exceptional freeze-thaw durability. Shrinkage compensating agents are included to minimize plastic shrinkage.
South Bordenton, NJ
Contractor: IEW Construction Contractors