Mechanical Concrete® Roads Carry over 100,000 Heavy Coal Trucks

Mechanical Concrete® Roads Carry over 100,000 Heavy Coal Trucks

Simple, Green Construction Technology Triples Roadbed Carrying Capacity, Delivering Outstanding Performance and Value MORGANTOWN, WV (December 12, 2011) – An 80,000-pound coal truck is a challenge for any road. But one highway contractor is finding that a new...
Mechanical Concrete® Enables Transformational Road Construction

Mechanical Concrete® Enables Transformational Road Construction

LEESBURG, VA (September 7, 2011) – Leading construction firms gather this week at a Virginia conference to ponder new ways to build and repair the nation’s aging highway infrastructure. One disarmingly simple innovation on display – Mechanical Concrete® – offers...
Mechanical Concrete® achieves a Road Construction First

Mechanical Concrete® achieves a Road Construction First

Morgantown, WV (May, 30, 2011) – Late in the fall of 2010, Morgantown highway and heavy contractor, CAWV and ARTBA member Tom Laurita and Laurita, Inc. built something new in the history of road construction.   They constructed a 430 foot coal haul road from the...
Mechanical Concrete®  Advances Road Building in the US and Abroad

Mechanical Concrete® Advances Road Building in the US and Abroad

August 17, 2011 – Mechanical Concrete® was recently featured on WBOY with a look at REAGCO participation in an international conference of road builders. Mechanical concrete is a breakthrough technology for low volume roads in the coal and Marcellus Shale gas...

Green Road Construction Invention Deployed in Five States

Mechanical Concrete® Delivers Remarkable Strength, Savings and Simplicity MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (July 19, 2011) –An innovative technology called Mechanical Concrete® is proving to be a game-changer in the highway construction business. This environmentally compelling...

Mechanical Concrete® Receives US Patent

Steel is the new cement. A new construction technique that substitutes tensile steel for cement and creates an alternative to regular concrete has been recognized with a U.S. Patent. The technique provides for the environmentally-friendly, economical, rapid...

Road Technology Finds Use in Marcellus Fields

MORGANTOWN — After 18 months of failed road repairs in Wetzel County, Chesapeake Appalachia decided in August to try something new, green and home-grown. The natural gas producer installed Mechanical Concrete, a construction technology developed in Morgantown....