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How did we get to the point that modern
concrete roads began to build and the
role of GDDKiA in this process
6 – 08.06.201...
Criteria selection for pavement technologyCriteria selection for pavement technology
in bidding with GDDKiAin bidding with...
Sum of roads in Poland
• Total in State 371 865,2 km
• National (state) 19 292,9 km
• Municipal road 143 239,3 km
• Rural ...
Multi criteria decision analysis (MCDA)
• Traffic density analysis
• Noise analysis
• Advantages and disadvantages analysi...
Density of traffic analysis
Scenarios of concrete pavement segments in relation to forecasted traffic density
by 2023:
5
5...
Forecasted traffic of heavy vehicles for 2036 (per day)
Comparative Noise Analysis
Source: Gardziejczyk, W. (Drogownictwo 10/2014) Wpływ technologii wykonania warstwy ścieralnej ...
Czech Experience
8
Noise Analysis
The results of german tests concur with the position of European Concrete Paving Assaciation (EUPAVE) on co...
10
Asphalt
Pavement
Cement
Concrete
Pavement
Sustainable development
Asphalt pavement
11
• Sensitivity to high and low
temperatures.
• Dark shade surface requiring a higher
usage of street li...
Cement concrete pavement
12
• High resistance to high and low
temperatures.
• Ability to complete the entire
construction ...
Higher cost of construction ?Construction costs comparison –
concrete vs asphalt
Sorce: European Concrete Paving Association ”Concrete roads: A smart and sustainable choice”
Life Cost Analysis LCA
14
Bet...
Higher cost of construction ?
Czech experience
16
17
Czech experience
Czech experience
18
Maintenance cost analysis
Sorce: Functional Properties of Concrete Roads – Malin Löfsjögård , Department of Civil and Arch...
Analysis of price fluctuation
Prices comparision between heating oil, cement and bitumen in 1969-2009 in relation
to crude...
Cost of bitumen analysis - Report OIGD
Sorce: Arcata Partners: Ewolucja cen asfaltów oraz wrażliwość firm budownictwa drog...
Bid Pricing Comparison
22
Asfalt
Beton
Conclusion
At last, approximately 810 km of roads in concrete technology
have been aproved to realisation:
73 % pavement i...
Proposed concrete pavement segments in national road network by 2023
THANK YOUTHANK YOU
25
Q & AQ & A
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Konverents "Betoonteede ehitamise väliskogemuse tutvustamine Eestis"

Teisipäev, 7. juuni 2016
Riigikogu konverentsisaal, Lossi plats 1a, Tallinn

Korraldajad: Riigikogu majanduskomisjon, Eesti Asfaldiliit, Eesti Ehitusmaterjalide Tootjate Liit, Eesti Betooniühing.

Lisateave: http://www.betoonteed.ee/aktuaalne/konverents-betoonteede-ehitamise-valiskogemuse-tutvustamine-eestis/

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  1. 1. How did we get to the point that modern concrete roads began to build and the role of GDDKiA in this process 6 – 08.06.2016 Tallinn Wacław Michalski
  2. 2. Criteria selection for pavement technologyCriteria selection for pavement technology in bidding with GDDKiAin bidding with GDDKiA
  3. 3. Sum of roads in Poland • Total in State 371 865,2 km • National (state) 19 292,9 km • Municipal road 143 239,3 km • Rural road 209 333,0 km In construction Perspective 2015 – 2023 a total of 4522 km of state roads to be constructed.  2498 fixed plan  2024 in reserve (Including motorways 1820 km)
  4. 4. Multi criteria decision analysis (MCDA) • Traffic density analysis • Noise analysis • Advantages and disadvantages analysis • Life cost analysis • Cost of materials analysis
  5. 5. Density of traffic analysis Scenarios of concrete pavement segments in relation to forecasted traffic density by 2023: 5 5 4 3 2 % share of concrete pavement roads in the total sum of roads after 2023 % share of concrete pavement roads planned in the Construction Perspective 2016-2023 Length of concrete pavement roads for the forecast levels (km) Concrete Perspective Plan Forecasted heavy vehicle levels for 2023 Level 4 : >3 k vehicles p/d Level 2 : >5 k vehicles p/d Level 5 : >2 k vehicles p/d Level 3 : >4 k vehicles p/d Level 1 : >6 k vehicles p/d Proposed concrete pavement road fragments by 2023.
  6. 6. Forecasted traffic of heavy vehicles for 2036 (per day)
  7. 7. Comparative Noise Analysis Source: Gardziejczyk, W. (Drogownictwo 10/2014) Wpływ technologii wykonania warstwy ścieralnej na poziom hałasu od przejeżdżających pojazdów, Politechnika Białostocka Tests illustrated by below chart were conducted by Technical University in Białystok. Concrete type BC WZ generates noise levels almost identical to low noise asphalt. 7 AA AA AA AA AAAAAABB BB
  8. 8. Czech Experience 8
  9. 9. Noise Analysis The results of german tests concur with the position of European Concrete Paving Assaciation (EUPAVE) on concrete pavements as outlined in their 2009 publication, showing that certain techniques of preparing concrete pavement have the ability to reduce noise levels. Source: Stefan Hoeller, BASt, Concrete Pavement Design and Construction in Germany; October 2012 9 cc
  10. 10. 10 Asphalt Pavement Cement Concrete Pavement Sustainable development
  11. 11. Asphalt pavement 11 • Sensitivity to high and low temperatures. • Dark shade surface requiring a higher usage of street lighting. • Higher construction costs versus concrete pavements. • Necessity of laying in layers (3-4). • High energy consumption in construction (hot laying). • Toxic fumes during construction (confirmed cancer studies). • Flexibility of surface during temporary overload. • Fully recyclable. • Good traction – high roughness. • Greater experience in quality testing of pavement condition. • Ability to conduct quick maintenance and small repairs. ADVANTAGESADVANTAGES DISADVANTAGESDISADVANTAGES
  12. 12. Cement concrete pavement 12 • High resistance to high and low temperatures. • Ability to complete the entire construction in one process. • High rigidity of pavement in response to longterm heavy loads, especially in high temperatures. • Fully recyclable. • Greater longevity. Lower maintenance costs. • Brighter color surface – lower cost of street lighting. • Cold laying – no fumes. • Sensitivity for low quality materials. • Required longitudinal and transversal joints. • Necessary periodical replacement of joints. • Partial (small) damage to plates require the replacement of the entire plate. • No tolerance for mistakes. ADVANTAGESADVANTAGES DISADVANTAGESDISADVANTAGES
  13. 13. Higher cost of construction ?Construction costs comparison – concrete vs asphalt
  14. 14. Sorce: European Concrete Paving Association ”Concrete roads: A smart and sustainable choice” Life Cost Analysis LCA 14 BetonBeton AsfaltAsfalt
  15. 15. Higher cost of construction ?
  16. 16. Czech experience 16
  17. 17. 17 Czech experience
  18. 18. Czech experience 18
  19. 19. Maintenance cost analysis Sorce: Functional Properties of Concrete Roads – Malin Löfsjögård , Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering Royal Institute of Technology SE-100 44 Stockholm, Sweden 19 Asfalt Asfalt Nawierzchnia betonowa
  20. 20. Analysis of price fluctuation Prices comparision between heating oil, cement and bitumen in 1969-2009 in relation to crude oil prices : Źródło: European Concrete Paving Association ”Concrete roads: A smart and sustainable choice” 20 Asfalt Cement January 2009r.January 1969r.
  21. 21. Cost of bitumen analysis - Report OIGD Sorce: Arcata Partners: Ewolucja cen asfaltów oraz wrażliwość firm budownictwa drogowo-mostowego na ceny materiałów, kwiecień 2012 21 January 2009r. December 2012r.
  22. 22. Bid Pricing Comparison 22 Asfalt Beton
  23. 23. Conclusion At last, approximately 810 km of roads in concrete technology have been aproved to realisation: 73 % pavement in bituminus technology and 27 % pavement in cement concrete will be executed. In 2023 the total length of express roads constructed in concrete technology in Poland, including the existing concrete pavement roads (572 km), will constitute approx. 26% of all express roads. 23
  24. 24. Proposed concrete pavement segments in national road network by 2023
  25. 25. THANK YOUTHANK YOU 25 Q & AQ & A

Konverents "Betoonteede ehitamise väliskogemuse tutvustamine Eestis" Teisipäev, 7. juuni 2016 Riigikogu konverentsisaal, Lossi plats 1a, Tallinn Korraldajad: Riigikogu majanduskomisjon, Eesti Asfaldiliit, Eesti Ehitusmaterjalide Tootjate Liit, Eesti Betooniühing. Lisateave: http://www.betoonteed.ee/aktuaalne/konverents-betoonteede-ehitamise-valiskogemuse-tutvustamine-eestis/

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