Presentation on theme: "“Practical Pavement Management with Micro PAVER” Presented By: KMS & Associates, Inc."— Presentation transcript:
“Practical Pavement Management with Micro PAVER” Presented By: KMS & Associates, Inc.
What is Micro Paver? Developed by the Army Corps in the late 70’s Developed by the Army Corps in the late 70’s Optimizes funds allocated for M&R Optimizes funds allocated for M&R Utilizes the PCI methodology Utilizes the PCI methodology PCI became an ASTM standard in 1999 PCI became an ASTM standard in 1999 Most widely used system in the world. Most widely used system in the world. Continually funded and updated by the Corps Continually funded and updated by the Corps Recommended and promoted by the American Public Works Association (APWA) Recommended and promoted by the American Public Works Association (APWA)
1. Inventory 2. Inspection 3. Reporting 4. Modeling 5. Condition Analysis 6. M&R Planning The Pavement Management Process
Inventory Hierarchy NETWORK City of Marco Island BRANCH San Marco Section 01 Sample # 2568 Section 02 Sample # 2679 BRANCH Willow Brook Ln. Section 01 Section 02 Section 03 Section 04 Section 05 BRANCH Sunset Point Section 01 Section 02 Section 03 Section 04
Network Network Definition Example of a typical network
Branch Branch Definition Example of a typical branch
Section Section Definition Example of a Typical Section
Inspection Process Determine Sample Units Identify Distresses Record Distresses Calculate PCI Representative House Number 2500 SF Area Asphalt Distress Manual Concrete Distress Manual Distress Type Severity Level Quantity Determine deduct values Compute PCI for each sample Average PCI' s for section condition
PCI Range PCI Range Treatment Treatment Rejuvenating Seal Single Micro-surfacing or Surface Treatment Overlay or Double Micro-surfacing + Crack Seal Overlay or Double Micro-surfacing + Crack Seal + Leveling Mill & Asphalt overlay + SAMI Full Depth Reclamation
How do I know how much money it will take to keep my network at an acceptable level of service?
M & R Plans Run M&R plans to illustrate current and future pavement conditions at various levels of spending.
What If Scenarios What if I want to maintain my current condition? What if I want to achieve a better overall condition? How many years will it take to get there? What if I spend more money now? What if I spend more later? What roads should I spend the money on?
$1 Million/Year Budget
$3 Million/Year Budget
Once I know how much money our agency needs, will the “powers that be” agree?
“Why Spend Money Managing Roadways When I Could Spend the Money Paving Roadways?”
Pavement Management Cycle
Contact Information Florida Office Bob Siffert 4683 SW 102 nd Lane Rd. Ocala, FL Toll Free: (866) Fax: (352) Ohio Office Jim Golden 336 Pebble Creek Dr. Dublin, OH Toll Free: (800) Fax: (614) Website: