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Understanding Pavement Management
February 20 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am
The Florida Pavement Preservation Council in concert with the Florida LTAP Center is presenting a Free Webinar – Understanding Pavement Management. FPPC is a non-profit organization organized in 2010 under the National Center for Pavement Preservation at Michigan State University. FPPC’s purpose is to support Pavement Preservation and asset management education and outreach to local agencies across Florida. The first hour and a half of the Live Workshop on 02-20-2020 is available by registering at the link below. To learn more about the full live or web-based training on this date or future workshops visit FPPC at this link: Florida Pavement Preservation Council
The single most expensive asset for a public agency to manage is their roadway network. For that reason, agencies are increasingly relying on data driven analytic approaches to determine the most effective way to spend limited funds to preserve the pavement condition while maintaining a high level of service to the traveling public. Implementing a comprehensive Pavement Management Program is the way to ensure success in managing the pavement network.
This webinar intends to provide the following outcomes:
- Overview of the fundamentals of pavement management
- Importance of a systematic approach to managing pavement assets
- Identify the critical components of a pavement management program
- Keys to successful implementation of a pavement management system
The webinar will generally provide the following outline:
- What is Pavement Management?
- Why is Pavement Management Important?
- Components of a Pavement Management Program
- Pavement Management Implementation Challenges
- Implementation Lessons Learned
- Case Study
Aaron D. Gerber has been a leader in the Pavement and Asset Management industry for 17 years, providing services to many State DOTs, Counties, and Cities across the US in the implementation of pavement and asset management systems, engineering, and business process improvements. Much of this work includes the integration of properly timed pavement preservation treatments into agency pavement management programs and educating stakeholders on the benefits of including preservation in the treatment toolbox. Aaron is active in the research community and currently serves on TRB AFD10 Pavement Management System Committee and TRB AFD20 Pavement Condition Evaluation Committee and is a Registered Professional Engineer in 7 states including Florida.