Concrete roadway 4.0

Process-reliable production of concrete road surfaces by integrating new innovative measures and digital interlinking to increase quality and durability

The steady growth in traffic volume in Germany is placing an enormous burden on the traffic areas. This results in a loss of quality of use and damage to the roadways. In the 2019 traffic jam report of the ADAC, 20% more construction sites were counted than in the previous year. An increase which is at least partly due to accelerated wear and tear.

In order to meet the growing demands on traffic surfaces, highly stressed roadways are increasingly built of concrete. Compared to asphalt, this material has higher strength and less deformation during use. It is therefore ideally suited for the construction of durable roadways.


This image shows Harald Garrecht

Harald Garrecht

Prof. Dr.-Ing.


This image shows Oliver Mielich

Oliver Mielich


Deputy Head of Department / Head of Unit

This image shows Frank Lehmann

Frank Lehmann


Head of Unit

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