Implementing Pavement Preservation in Pavement Management Systems

During the GAP 2019 transportation engineering conference, W. Jeremy Robinson, P.E. of the US Army Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC) presented on work he and his ERDC colleague Dr. John Rushing, P.E. have been involved in. Here, we publish their paper on pavement preservation techniques from GAP 2019 and how to implement these practices in a pavement management system. ABOUT THE FEATURE IMAGE: Engineers John Rushing, Jesse Doyle and Jeremy Robinson of ERDC-GSL at Thule Air Base in Greenland. The photo comes from another project of theirs regarding continual paving operation inspection and the identification of deficiencies. Photo by Kevin Bjella. Note: Funding for pavement preservation studies and policy implementation was provided by the U.S. Army Installation Management Command...
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