FGSV standards

“ZTV Pflaster”, Code of Practice on “Low-Noise Paving Methods”

The revision of the ZTV Pflaster-StB (Zusätzliche Technische Vertragsbedingungen zur Herstellung von Pflasterdecken im Straßenbau; Supplementary Technical Conditions of Contract for Installing Paving Blocks in Road Construction) became necessary as a result of the RStO (Richtlinien für die Standardisierung des Oberbaus von Verkehrsflächen; Guidelines for the Standardization of Surface Courses in Traffic Areas) published in 2012 and more recent experience gained with unbonded installation techniques. It is likely that the ZTV will be opened to specifying suitability for vehicular access to slab...

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Issue 2019-02 Current situation regarding rulesets ZTV Pflaster, EN 1338 ff.

Code of Practice on “Low-Noise Paving”

A number of rulesets for road construction are currently being revised or pending publication. The revised edition of ZTV Pflaster-StB (Zusätzliche Technische Vertragsbedingungen zur Herstellung von...

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Issue 2018-02 Flowable fill

Current developments in FGSV rules and regulations

In transport infrastructure and road construction, the ZTV E-StB 09 (Zusätzliche Technische Vertragsbedingungen und Richtlinien für Erdarbeiten im Straßenbau; Supplementary Technical Conditions...

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Issue 2018-01 SLG

Symposium on “Concrete paving block construction”

For as many as three years, the German Concrete Association for Roads, Landscaping, and Garden Construction (Betonverband Straße Landschaft Garten e.V.; SLG) has organized symposiums on current...

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Issue 2016-04 FGSV

New publication: Delivery specifications for construction products for pavements

The German Road and Transportation Research Association (FGSV) has published its “Technical delivery specifications for construction products for the manufacture of pavements, slabstone paving and...

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Issue 2019-02 Paved areas suitable for greening

The new FLL guidelines

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