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Larry Galehouse, PE, PS, Director.  Established on July 11, 2003  Created to promote pavement preservation nationally and provide technical support.

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1 Larry Galehouse, PE, PS, Director

2  Established on July 11, 2003  Created to promote pavement preservation nationally and provide technical support to state and local agencies.  Affiliated with the Michigan State University, College of Engineering, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering  Sponsored by FP 2, Inc  Established on July 11, 2003  Created to promote pavement preservation nationally and provide technical support to state and local agencies.  Affiliated with the Michigan State University, College of Engineering, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering  Sponsored by FP 2, Inc

3  Original concept of forming NCPP supported by Resolution from the AASHTO Subcommittee on Maintenance in 2002  Start-up funds provided by Michigan State University, Federal Highway Administration, Foundation for Pavement Preservation, and over 50 company/individual donations  NCPP is a non-profit entity  Self-sustaining through program and project revenues  Original concept of forming NCPP supported by Resolution from the AASHTO Subcommittee on Maintenance in 2002  Start-up funds provided by Michigan State University, Federal Highway Administration, Foundation for Pavement Preservation, and over 50 company/individual donations  NCPP is a non-profit entity  Self-sustaining through program and project revenues

4 Currently 11 employees and growing

5  Program for Pavement & Bridge Preservation  Financially supported by 39 AASHTO member agencies  Over 90% of AASHTO member agencies participate in regional partnerships  Program for Pavement & Bridge Preservation  Financially supported by 39 AASHTO member agencies  Over 90% of AASHTO member agencies participate in regional partnerships

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7 First Printing: 2007 Distributed: > 12,000 Copies Endorsed by: The Road Information Program (TRIP) Supported by: FP2 Inc. MeadWestvaco Ergon Asphalt & Emulsions, Inc SemMaterials

8 © ncpp

9 Only half of the nation’s major roads – are in good condition. © ncpp

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12 Soaring construction costs during the past five years are straining state and local budgets. Rough roads add an average of $335 to the annual cost of owning a car –due to damaged tires, suspensions and reduced fuel efficiency. Every $1 spent in keeping a good road good precludes spending $6 - $14 to rebuild one that has deteriorated.

13 Source: FHWA Office of Asset Management

14 A program employing a network level, long-term strategy that enhances pavement performance by using an integrated, cost-effective set of practices that extend pavement life, improve safety and meet motorist expectations. Pavement Preservation Source: FHWA Office of Asset Management & FHWA Pavement Preservation ETG

15 PMS Data Point Very Good Fair Poor Very Poor Time (Years) PMS Data Point Measured Life Extension Life Extension

16 (Years) Treatment Good Condition (PCI=80) Fair Condition (PCI=60) Poor Condition (PCI=40) Crack Fill Crack Seal Fog Seal Chip Seal Micro-Surfacing4 – Thin HMA Typical Life Extensions

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18 Developing a Strategy Must know: –Available Budget –Lane Miles of Network –Unit Costs of Work Types –Design Life of Reconstruction & Rehabilitation Work Types –Life Extensions of Pavement Preservation Treatments

19 Example: Agency Highway Network Network Size = 4,356 lane miles Example: Agency Highway Network Network Size = 4,356 lane miles

20 Pavement Remaining Service Life (years) Percent of Network Pavement Current Condition 6

21 Pavement Remaining Service Life (years) Percent of Network Pavement Condition - One Year Later 6 7 8

22 4,356 lane mile years Agency Highway Network = 4,356 lane miles Each year the network will lose

23 Reconstruction Evaluation Project Lane Miles Design Life Lane Mile Years Lane Mile Costs Total Cost #12225 yrs 550 $463,425$10,195,350 #21830 yrs 540 $556,110$10,009,980 Total=1,090$20,205,330

24 Rehabilitation Evaluation Project Lane Miles Design Life Lane Mile Years Lane Mile Costs Total Cost #32218 yrs 396 $263,268$5,791,896 #42815 yrs 420 $219,390$6,142,920 #53212 yrs384$115,848$3,707,136 Total=1,200$15,641,952

25 Pavement Preservation Evaluation Project Lane Miles Life Ext. Lane Mile Years Lane Mile Costs Total Cost # yrs 24 $2,562$30,744 # yrs66 $7,743$170,346 # yrs130$13,980$363,480 # yrs112$29,750$476,000 # yrs80$54,410$435,280 Total=412$1,475,850

26 Required: 4,356 lane mile years Programmed Activity Lane Mile Years Total Cost Reconstruction ( 40 lane miles ) 1,090$20,205,330 Rehabilitation ( 82 lane miles ) 1,200$15,641,952 Pavement Preservation ( 84 lane miles ) 412$1,475,850 Total = 2,702$37,323,132 Network Trend $$$$ $$$ $

27 Network Size (needs) 4,356 (lane mile years) Programmed Activity 2,702 (lane mile years) Deficit = 1,654 (lane mile years) Network Needs Summary

28 Programmed Activity Lane Mile Years Reconstruction ( 40 lane miles ) 1,090 Rehabilitation ( 82 lane miles ) 1,200 Pavement Preservation ( 84 lane miles ) 412 Total =2,702 Steps to Address Minimal Needs ( 31 lane miles ) 820 2,357 1,125 ( 77 lane miles ) Savings = $ 6.1 M Required: 4,356 lane mile years

29 Preservation Treatment Life Ext Lane Miles Lane Mile Years Total Cost Concrete Reseal4 yrs31124 $979,600 Thin HMA Overlay10 yrs16160 $870,560 Micro-surfacing7 yrs44308$1,309,000 Chip Seal5 yrs79395$1,104,420 Crack Seal2 yrs5061,012$1,296,372 1,999$5,559,952 Savings = $ 6,101,940 Needs = 1,999 LMY Program Modification

30 Programmed ActivityLane Mile Years Reconstruction ( 31 lane miles ) 820 Rehabilitation ( 77 lane miles ) 1,125 Pavement Preservation ( 2,083 lane miles ) 2,411 Total =4,356 Net Savings = $ 541,988 Revised Network Strategy Required: 4,356 lane mile years

31 Establishes Network Need Evaluates Reconstruction Rehabilitation Preventive Maintenance Incorporates Design Life Life Extensions Establishes Network Need Evaluates Reconstruction Rehabilitation Preventive Maintenance Incorporates Design Life Life Extensions Quick Assessment Method

32 by Larry Galehouse, Director, National Center for Pavement Preservation and Jim Sorenson, Team Leader, FHWA Office of Asset Management by Larry Galehouse, Director, National Center for Pavement Preservation and Jim Sorenson, Team Leader, FHWA Office of Asset Management A Quick Check of Your Highway Network Health A Quick Check of Your Highway Network Health

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