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Jason Dietz
Pavement and Materials Engineer
12300 West Dakota Avenue, Suite 340
Lakewood, CO 80228

Ph: (720) 963-3213
FAX: (720) 963-3232

Began working in field in 1992
Joined FHWA in 1996

•     B.S., Civil Engineering, The University of Nevada Reno, 1992
•     M.S., Civil Engineering, The University of Nevada Reno, 1997

•     Quality Assurance Procedures for Construction
•     Pavement Forensic Investigations
•     Pavement Design, Construction, Maintenance and Materials Testing Procedures
•     Pavement Management Systems
•     Pavement Preservation
•     Pavement Recycling (FDR, CIR, and HIR)
•     Material and Construction Specifications
•     Nondestructive Testing

Professional Associations
•     Association of Asphalt Paving Technologists
•     Active member of TRB Committees

Professional Highlights
•     Eighteen years of experience with FHWA in the areas of specifications and materials, environmental, design, construction, maintenance, and the administration of the Federal-aid program with experience at Headquarters, Federal Lands and Division Offices. Five years consulting for public and private construction related projects.

•     Provides technical assistance in the area of Quality Assurance.

•     Works with States Highway Agencies pavement construction and materials specifications.

•     Participates in FHWA Quality Assurance and Pavement Preservation reviews.

•     National Highway Institute (NHI) certified instructor.

•     Assisted with development of various NHI courses on pavement and materials.

•     Led a task group in setting up the Western Region In-Place Recycling Conference and Earth Day webinar in 2008.

•     Assisted in writing and reviewing two focus articles that were published and consisted of Caltrans Pavement Preservation Task Group and Construction analysis for Pavement Rehabilitation Strategies.

•    Wrote an article for the California Asphalt Magazine in September 2007 on "Quality Assurance for Public Agencies in California."

•     Developed a Pavement Preservation Definition Memo for the National Park Service.

•     Involved in completion of 2010, 2011, 2012 Pavement Condition Report for the National Park Service.

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