Product: Radius Curb & Gutter Forms



The Dee radius curb and gutter forming systems consists of a back form, a radius face form, a radius front form, a division plate and a top spreader. Back and front forms are standard radius flatwork forms with the back form taller than the front form.

Curb Concrete Form


There are 5 basic types of radius curbs:

  • Vertical face - a setup with the front and the back of the curb at 90° angles
  • Battered face - a curbface with the back of the curb at a 90° angle and the front at less than a 90° angle
  • Bottom radius - a battered curbface with a single radius formed into the bottom of the curb
  • Top and bottom radius - a battered curbface with a radius formed into the top and bottom of the curb
  • Drive over - a curbface with a slow, gradual batter allowing traffic to pass over
  • The drive over profile only requires a front form and a back form spaced by division plates that are used as templates for striking off the drive over profile.

Typical Applications:

Dee radius curb and gutter forms are used primarily to form traffic barriers and direct water to sewers, culverts or ditches. Water can be directed away from the curb (out flow), or towards the curb (in flow) depending on the curb and gutter configuration. Typical applications include:

  • Streets
  • Roadways
  • Parking lots
  • Driveways

Top grade, high carbon, 11-gauge spring steel

Flattens out completely when released/will not kink providing years of useful life

Double wedge stake pockets riveted to the spring steel approximately every 1.5"

Multiple staking positions allowing forming up to a 4-foot 6-inch radius

Few moving parts (other than the heavy-duty wedges that lock the form securely to the form pin)

Fast and easy setup/removal

Height adjustability

Keeps form in line for simple curb & gutter forming on non-graded areas

Accomodates high strength steel form pins

Prevents misalignments during placement

1 to 3 stake pockets

Strongest concrete placement forms in the industry providing many years, even decades, of useful life

Male and female transistion forms

Fast transition from radius to straight or straight to radius

Curbface form can be locked in place (by using a top spreader and/or division plates)

Ensures matched specifications and passed inspections

Available with custom manufactured curbface forms and division plates

Match any curb profile

All-welded (not riveted like many competitor forms) to increase the form strength and rigidity

Guaranteed accurate forming and improved form longevity

Radius Curb & Gutter Forms Specs & Sizes
Dee radius curb and gutter forms can be fabricated to meet any specification. They are available in variable heights from 4" to 24" in 10-foot sections.

Dee radius curb and gutter profiles are determined by city, county or state specifications and can vary widely per application.


Dee's Radius Curb & Gutter Forms Parts List
Dee's Radius Curb and Gutter Forms are custom made to your specifications. The table below lists the ranges of sizes available for each of the parts needed to complete a configuration. Maximum form lengths are 10’0" lg.

To view an image of any product listed in the table below, just roll over the dee product number.

PartHeightsDescriptionDEE Product # 
Radius Back Form   
4" - 24" Radius back form 507 View Part        
Radius Front Form 4" - 24" Radius front form 507 View Part
Radius Curb Face Form 6" - 12" Radius curb face form - Types J, B, S or A 516 View Part
6" - 12" Radius curb used as curb face form - Type A 507 View Part
Top Spreaders 4" - 9"

Top spreaders -

Type S

315 View Part
Division Plates most

Full division plate -

Types J, B, S or A

339 View Part
most Skeleton division plate - Types J, B, S or A 340 View Part

Commonly Ordered Sets for Radius Curb & Gutter Forms

There are 5 basic industry-standard configurations for radius curb & gutter placement forming. Click one of these configurations below to view the ordering specs:


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