Is your network gaining or loosing life each year?
Managing your pavement network can be time-consuming and very challenging.Updating and maintaining data for an adequate pavement network is critical and allows for a proper pavement preservation plan to be developed. Don't worry we are here to help! We have various options that allow us to build a strong pavement management system with data that is customized to your unique network. This will aid in making the smartest decisions for short and long-term results while optimizing taxpayer dollars by getting the most out of your pavement life. The American Association of State Highways and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) defines pavement management as the effective and efficient directing of the various activities involved in providing and sustaining pavements in a condition acceptable to the traveling public at the lease life cycle cost.
Our plans range from data only all the way to data integrated into GIS Mapping and most importantly easy to use and implement. Evaluations, whether yearly or cyclical will allow your agency to get the most out of your pavement network before costly rehabilitation is needed. Multiple studies have shown that every $1.00 spent on pavement preservation will save from $6.00-$10.00 or more in rehabilitation/reconstruction costs. We agree 100% with these studies, but also believe to achieve this you must choose the Right Treatment on the Right Road and at the Right Time, which can only be done by knowing the condition of your pavement network.
There are numerous applications and strategies that can be used for pavement management, choosing the right applications at the right time is very important in achieving optimal results for your road network. Visit PPRA at https://roadresource.org/ for helpful information and tools to see what track your network is heading.
- Optimized Inventory of Pavement Network
- Road Inspection / Evaluation ASTM D6433 Condition Assessment (PCI)
- Pictures and Locations of Each Distress
- GIS Mapping
- Recommendations and Budget Needs
- Data Management