Concrete Bridge Development Group

The Concrete Bridge Development Group is an association of member companies and organisations, dedicated to the task of improving efficiency of the design, construction and maintenance of concrete bridges. They publish a range of technical guides, papers and current practice sheets based on research and group activities.

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Documents by this publisher

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Series details Title Year Status
Introduction to concrete bridges 2006 Green
Long term monitoring of moisture in concrete structures 2000 Green
Report of working party on the assessment of concrete bridges 1997 Red
CPS 1 Concrete footbridges 2006 Red
CPS 2 Bridge durability 2006 Green
CPS 3 Integral bridges 2006 Green
CPS 4 Prestressed concrete bridge beams 2006 Green
CPS 5 Bridge joints 2006 Green
CPS 6 Corrosion inhibitors 2006 Green
CPS 7 Strengthening concrete bridges with fibre composites 2006 Green
CPS 8 Precast reinforced concrete arch and portal units 2006 Green
CPS 9 Bridge deck waterproofing 2006 Green
CPS 10 Controlled permeability formwork 2006 Green
CPS 11 Concrete gantries 2006 Green
CPS 12 Permanent formwork for composite bridge decks 2007 Green
CPS 13 Incrementally launched concrete bridges 2007 Green
CPS 14 Jacked box underbridges using the Ropkins system 2007 Green
CPS 15 Precast segmental concrete bridges 2011 Green
TN 1 Introduction to concrete bridges 2014 Green
TN 2 Concrete bridge layouts 2014 Green
TN 3 Prestressing for concrete bridges 2014 Green
TN 4 Concrete bridge types 2014 Green
TN 5 Concrete bridge form-work and falsework 2014 Green
TN 6 Construction methods - in-situ 2014 Green
TN 7 Concrete bridge - Construction methods - Precast 2014 Green
TN 8 Concrete bridge - Construction methods - Arches and frames 2014 Green
TN 9 High performance concretes and new materials 2014 Green
TN 10 Concrete bridge detailing 2014 Green
TN 11 Specialist concrete bridges 2014 Green
TN 12 Management of concrete bridges 2014 Green
TGU 2 Guide to testing and monitoring the durability of concrete structures 2002 Green
TGU 3 Use of fibre composites in concrete bridges - state of the art review 2000 Green
TGU 4 Aesthetics of concrete bridges 2000 Green
TGU 5 Fast construction of concrete bridges 2005 Green
TGU 6 High strength concrete in bridge construction 2005 Green
TGU 7 Self-compacting concrete in bridge construction. Guide for design and construction 2005 Green
TGU 8 Guide to the use of lightweight aggregate concrete in bridges 2006 Green
TGU 9 Guidance on the assessment of concrete bridges 2007 Green
TGU 10 Enhancing the capacity of concrete bridges 2008 Green
TGU 11 Modular precast concrete bridges 2008 Green
TGU 12 Precast concrete arch structures 2009 Green
TGU 13 Integral concrete bridges to Eurocode 2: Commentary and a worked example of a two span bridge 2010 Green
TGU 14 Best construction methods for concrete bridge decks - cost data 2015 Green
TPA 1 Overview of the thaumasite form of sulfate attack and its significance for highway structures 2001 Green
TPA 2 Towards the design of soil loading for integral bridges 2001 Green
TPA 3 Guide to compressive membrane action in concrete bridge decks 2002 Green
TPA 4 Flush bond tests - concise report 2002 Green
TPA 5 Effect of shear enhancement on the resistance of an infill deck 2002 Green
TPA 6 Guidance on joining concrete bridges 2003 Green
TPA 7 Testing of high strength concrete beams with limestone aggregates 2003 Green
TPA 8 Implementation of European concrete and aggregate standards and their influence on the use of recycled aggregates in concrete for bridges 2004 Green
TPA 9 Fast construction - segmental and launched bridges 2005 Green
TPA 10 Long term monitoring of stresses behind three integral bridge abutments 2006 Green
TPA 11 Case study of cathodic protection using sacrificial anodes on Queen's Park and Albert Royds Street bridges 2005 Green


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