Kentucky IC Demo 2014

Project Description

  • This project is a day-time paving job located at I‐65 in Hart County between Horse Cave and Munfordville (MP 58 – MP65).
  • Contractor: Scotty’s Contracting & Stone
July 14-17, 2014

Project Map

Important Notices

  • Roller shipping – Contacts: Mike Law, Scotty’s Contracting & Stone; ETA: Friday, July 11, 2014.
  • Staging area:The staging area will be at the I-65 medium next to Exit No. 65 behind barriers.
  • Machine Setup and Trial Runs: 2-5PM, July 13 (IC/GPS Vendors only)
  • Training for Roller Operators and Project Briefing: 5:30AM, July 14
  • The paving will be about 2 miles south of Exit 65 (Munfordville) in the median, north of the Green River bridge.  Entrance/Exit to the job is about 1 mile south of Exit 65 near the KY88 bridge.
  • Onsite personnel – please bring a copy of the Field Summary Sheets

Open House

  • Date/Time: Thursday, 8AM to noon, July 17, 2014
  • Location: Cave City Convention Center, 502 Mammoth Cave St, Cave City, KY 42127
  • Open House online registration webpage
  • Details and presentation files will be posted here when available

Weather Condition



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Material Types

Asphalt – Base Course


  • Caterpillar double drum IC roller
  • Hamm double drum IC roller
Other Testing Equipment
  • GPS (Trimble/SITECH)
  • LWD-a (Lightweight deflectometer for asphalt) (Kessler)
  • Nuclear density gauge (KYTC)


  • Train contractors and DOT on intelligent compaction technologies
  • Study the relationship between IC and asphalt in-place densities

Meetings and Reports



  • DOT Host: Brandon Bagby, KYTC D4 (project manager of the I-65 project), 270-766-5033,

  • For the IC demo activity, contact Dr. George Chang, The Transtec Group, 512-451-6233,
  • For the field site visit, contact Mike Law, 270-781-3998, Scotty’s Contracting & Stone,
  • For the paving operation, contact Jim Sowers, 270-783-1408, Scotty’s Contracting & Stone
  • For the Open House activity, contact David Hunsucker, KTC, 859-257-8313,
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