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Cement Concrete Non-Alkali Silica Reactive Aggregate Sources

Sources on this list were qualified as of the date posted: May 1st, 2021

Non-reactive aggregate sources identified in the following table, that are incorporated into cement concrete mix designs, will not require annual mortar bar testing, due to the historical test data compiled by MassDOT, which reveals that these aggregate sources are statistically non-reactive.  

In addition, mix designs that incorporate both a non-reactive coarse aggregate source and a non-reactive fine aggregate source from the table identified below, are permitted to decrease their supplementary cementitious materials (SCM) content to the minimum ASR mitigation requirements specified in Section M4 of the MassDOT Standard Specifications.

Sidewalk mix designs and dry cast mix designs that incorporate both a non-reactive coarse aggregate source and a non-reactive fine aggregate source from the table identified below, are permitted to utilize a 100% hydraulic cement content / 0% SCM content mix design formulation as ASR mitigation is not required for these non-reactive aggregate sources.  
 

Table of Contents

Coarse Aggregate Sources

Company Location

Aggregate Industries

Swampscott, MA

Boro Sand and Stone

North Attleboro, MA

Brox Industries

Dracut, MA

Byrne Sand and Gravel

Middleboro, MA

Cape Cod Aggregates

Bourne, MA

Callahan Industries

Cropsyville, NY

Century Acquisitions

Falls Village, CT

Fort Miller Aggregates

Queensbury, NY

P J Keating

Lunenburg, MA

Fillmore Industries

Loudon, NH

Granite State Concrete

Milford, NH

J S Lane

Amherst, MA

J S Lane

Westfield, MA

Michie Corporation

Henniker, NH

Norlite

Cohoes, NY

P A Landers

Sandwich, MA

Peckham Materials

North Hoosick, NY

Tilcon

North Branford, CT

Tilcon

Plainville, CT

Tilcon

Wallingford, CT

Trew Stone

Deerfield, MA

William E Daily, Inc.

Hoosick, NY

William E Daily, Inc.

Shaftsbury, VT

 

Fine Aggregate Sources

Company Location

Berkshire Sand and Stone

Dalton, MA

Berkshire Sand and Stone

Pittsfield, MA

Brooklyn Sand and Gravel

Brooklyn, CT

Byrne Sand and Gravel

Middleboro, MA

Cape Cod Aggregates

Bourne, MA

Fort Miller Aggregates

Queensbury, NY

Granite State Concrete

Milford, NH

Heffron Materials

Wilmington, MA

Hopkins Hill Sand and Stone

West Greenwich, RI

J S Lane

Westfield, MA

Kane Perkins

Hudson, MA

Lane Construction

Northfield, MA

Michie Corporation

Henniker, NH

Norlite

Cohoes, NY

Ossipee Aggregates

Ossipee, NH

P A Landers

Sandwich, MA

Plourde Sand and Gravel

Hooksett, NH

Pyne Sand and Gravel

Douglas, MA

Rawson Materials

Putnam, CT

William E Dailey, Inc.

Hoosick, NY

Windham Sand and Gravel

Windham, CT

 

MassDOT reserves the right to remove aggregate sources from this list if future ASR test results show ASR reactivity.  MassDOT will be conducting ASR verification testing of mitigated concrete mixes submitted by ready-mix and precast/prestressed producers throughout the year.  If test results are out of specification limits, the Producer will be notified immediately and the mix designs utilizing those materials will be disapproved.  If additional SCM content is required to prevent ASR, the mix design shall be reformulated and resubmitted by the Producer for review and approval.

 

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