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Martin Way O'Xing Ceva-Crete Expansion Joint System: Bridge No. 5/337 E & W

Description: This report details the installation of a Ceva-Crete Expansion Joint system on an I-5 bridge in Olympia, Washington. The Ceva-Crete system employs an elastromeric concrete that is vulcanized in place to handle impact loads on the joint and a low density closed cell material (Evazote 50) that is epoxied to the steel nosing of the joint to act as the seal.

  • Date Published: September, 1990
  • Publication Number: WA-RD 222.1
  • Last Modified: September 26, 2007
  • Authors: Tom H. Roper, Edward H. Henley.
  • Originator: Washington (State). Dept. of Transportation. Bridge and Structures Office.
  • # of Pages: 26 p., 519 KB (PDF)
  • Subject: Acetates, Bridge decks, Concrete, Elastomers, Ethylenes, Expansion joints, Joint sealers, Joint sealing, Performance, Rehabilitation (Maintenance)
  • Keywords: Expansion joints, bridge deck rehabilitation, I-5, Olympia (Wash.)
  • Related Publications: Martin Way O'Xing Ceva-Crete Expansion Joint System: Bridge No. 5/337 E & W, (WA-RD 349.1).


This abstract was last modified April 29, 2008