Continuously Reinforced Concrete Pavement (CRCP)


Concrete Pavement

Concrete pavement is a rigid pavement structure, which distributes heavy axle loads over a large area by beam action. This means concrete pavements are less sensitive to the sub-grade support and do not require the thick road base/ sub-base layers like asphalt concrete pavements.


CRCP Method
CRCP Method

Continuously Reinforced Concrete Pavement (CRCP)

CRCP is constructed with steel reinforcing bars placed within the concrete along the entire length of the pavement. CRCP naturally forms tight transverse cracks that form and hold them closed. The transverse cracks do not impair the structural integrity of the pavement. The result is a continuous, smooth-riding surface capable of withstanding the heaviest traffic loads and the most adverse environmental conditions.


  • Well-graded coarse and fine aggregates.
  • Mixture is fluid and flows easily.
  • Durable.
  • Requires less maintenance.
  • Low life-cycle cost.
  • Maximum usage of local materials.
  • Reduces carbon footprint during the construction process.
  • Effective at handling oil and grease.