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Project ID:FHWA-PROJ-12-0031
Project Name: Long-Term Pavement Performance Data Collection Activities, Southern Region – 2012
Status: Active
Contact:
Last Name:Springer
First Name:Jack H
Telephone:202-493-3144
E-mail:jack.springer@dot.gov
Office: Office of Infrastructure Research and Development
Team:Long-Term Pavement Performance Team
Roadmap/Focus area(s): Infrastructure Research and Technology Strategic Plan and Roadmap
Project Description:This contract collects pavement performance data at Long-Term Pavement Performance test sections throughout the United States and Canada.
Start Date: January 1, 2012
End Date: December 31, 2016
Goals:
The objective of this contract is to provide technical no personnel services in support of the development and conduct of Long-Term Pavement Performance (LTPP) studies established by the Strategic Highway Research Program (SHRP). The contractor is responsible for all data collection, data processing, and data quality for LTPP project sections within the geographical boundaries of the designated LTPP region. The contractor shall also be responsible for closeout of the regional operations within their region. At the end of these contracts, all files, data, and equipment that belong to the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) will be returned to FHWA.
Test Methodology: Contractor conducts performance monitoring of LTPP test sections in accordance to LTPP directives
Expected Benefits:The expected benefit is better-performing pavements.
Keywords: Pavements
Performance
Distress
Falling Weight Deflectometer
Infrastructure
Research
Materials
Subject Areas: Materials
Pavements
Research