Roller compacted concrete (RCC) is a tough, durable type of concrete pavement that is well suited for heavy industrial applications, as well as low-speed roads and arterial roads. RCC is similar to what the industry knows as conventional concrete (stone, sand, cement, and water), RCC however, is composed up of different proportions and placing methods. Roller compacted concrete pavement is a dry mix that is rigid enough to bear the weight of 20 ton rollers and stiff enough to be compacted by high density pavers. The standard means of placing RCC is by first being placed through a high density paver and subsequently compacted by a non-vibratory or vibratory roller. Most of the time, RCC is constructed without formwork, steel reinforcement, or dowels. Making a significant economic impact in those areas for the job at hand.