RCC was originally developed in Europe in the 1950s and has been gaining popularity in the United States over the past few decades. It is most commonly used in large-scale commercial and industrial projects such as parking lots, dams, power plants, and levees. RCC can also be used in residential applications such as driveways, sidewalks, and patios.
Benefits of Roller-Compacted Concrete
RCC has a number of benefits that make it an ideal choice for certain types of construction projects. These benefits include:
Roller-Compacted Concrete is a specialized type of concrete that offers many benefits over traditional concrete placing methods. These benefits include ease of placement, cost savings, density and strength, low maintenance, and aesthetics. If you are considering using concrete for a large-scale commercial or industrial project, RCC may be the perfect solution for your needs.