IC Specifications

Since IC is equipment-based technology, new specifications must be developed in order to take full advantage of IC’s benefits. These specifications must also be flexible enough to handle the varied capabilities of IC rollers and properties of compacted materials. Additionally, an IC roller is just one type of roller needed to compact road materials—this must also be addressed by compaction specifications.

The following is a guide specification for onsite training

The followings are current IC specifications in the US:

IC Spec At-a-Glance

AgenciesAsphalt IC SpecsSoils IC Specs
FHWA

Asphalt

Soils

AASHTO

Asphalt-Soils combined (PP 81-14)

Asphalt-Soils combined (PP 81-14)

Central Federal Land HD

Asphalt

Eastern Federal Land HD

Asphalt

Alabama DOT

HMA

Alaska DOT

HMA

Arizona DOT

HMA)

California DOT

HMA , CIR

Connecticut DOT

HMA

DC DOT

HMA

Georgia DOT

Asphalt

Soils

Indiana DOT

Soils

Iowa DOT

Asphalt

Soils

Kentucky Transportation Cabinet

Asphalt

Soils

Michigan DOT

Soils

Massachusetts DOT

HMA

Minnesota DOT

Asphalt-Soils combined, Thermal profiles

Asphalt-Soils combined

Nevada DOT

Asphalt

New Jersey DOT

Asphalt 1 (draft) , Asphalt 2 (draft)

New Mexico DOT

Asphalt (draft)

North Carolina DOT

Asphalt (draft)

Soils (draft)

North Dakota DOT

Asphalt (draft)

Oklahoma DOT

Asphalt

Oregon DOT

Asphalt and thermal profiles

Pennsylvania DOT

Asphalt, RCC, embankment, subbase

Rhode Island DOT

HMA

Tennessee DOT

HMA

Texas DOT

Soils, , Approved IC rollers

Utah DOT

Asphalt

Vermont Agency of Transportation

Asphalt

Subbase