2013 MPPP Annual Meeting

Meeting Details
Date11/11 - 11/13
LocationIndianapolis, Indiana

What is the Midwestern Pavement Preservation Partnership?

The Midwestern Pavement Preservation Partnership (MPPP) is an AASHTO regional forum of pavement professionals from State and Provincial Agencies, Contractors, Suppliers, Academia, Local and Federal Government Officials, all working together to take advantage of the synergy gained from sharing information and identifying common issues for further investigation. It provides a forum to share and publicize information describing improvements in research, design, specifications, materials and construction practices, and to promote the benefits of Pavement Preservation through education and application.

Cost Effectiveness of the Michigan DOT and National Park Service (NPS) Preservation Programs
Kelly Smith - Applied Pavement Technology
# Name Organization Presentation Title PDF
1Karl BrowningIndiana DOTWelcome to Indiana---
2Karen BoboFHWAFHWA Welcome---
3Tara LiskeManitobaWelcome from MPPP
4Scott StotlemeyerMissouri DOTWelcome from MWBPP---
5Gordon ProctorProctor and AssociatesMAP-21 New Opportunity for Managing Pavements
6Francine Shaw WhitsonFHWAMAP-21 Performance Management Elements
7Jim MoulthropFP2 Inc.The Pavement Preservation Industry & FP2 Inc.
8Siva VenugopalanSiva Corrosion ServicesBridge Preservation Industry Update
9Thomas VanFHWASHRP2 Overview and Pavement Update
10Rob DingessAmerican Traffic Safety Services AssociationHigh Friction Surfacing
11Christopher ClementNew Hampshire DOTKeep Good Roads Good / Sorenson Award Winner
12Howie SnyderVance BrothersPavement Preservation Training Opportunities
13Mary RobbinsNCAT2012 NCAT Test Track Pavement Preservation Study
14Anita BushNevada DOTPartnership Reports - RMWPPP
15Jon WilcoxsonKentucky Transportation CabinetPartnership Reports - SEPPP---
16Dean DickinsonConnecticut DOTPartnership Reports - NEPPP---
17Bill TompkinsIndiana DOTState Agency Reports - Indiana DOT
18Illinois DOTState Agency Reports - Illinois DOT
19Francis TodeyIowa DOTState Agency Reports - Iowa DOT
20Kansas DOTState Agency Reports - Kansas DOT
21Ohio DOTState Agency Reports - Ohio DOT
22Becca LaneOntario Ministry of TransportationState Agency Reports - Ontario MOT
23Matthew HildebrandManitoba Infrastructure and TransportationState Agency Reports - Manitoba IT
24Tom WoodMinnesota DOTState Agency Reports - Minnesota DOT
25David BruinsNorth Dakota DOTState Agency Reports - North Dakota DOT
26Gill HedmanSouth Dakota DOTState Agency Reports - South Dakota DOT
27Nichole AndreSaskatchewan Ministry of Highways & InfrastructureState Agency Reports - Saskatchewan Ministry---
28Erin ChelottiMichigan DOTState Agency Reports - Michigan DOT---
29Todd MillerMissouri DOTState Agency Reports - Missouri DOT---
30Dan HaidBoone County, MissouriState Agency Reports - Boone County---
31Robert OrthmeyerFHWASurface Characteristics
32Raymie Eckerle and Richard DomonkosCity of JasperIndiana LTAP Presentation---
33Chris LubbersKraton PolymersHighly Modified Binders for Thin Lift and Microsurfacing Emulsion Applications
34Jerry GeibMinnesota DOTMPPP Tak Force Review
35Kelly SmithApplied Pavement TechnologyCost Effectiveness of the Michigan DOT and National Park Service (NPS) Preservation Programs
36Becca LaneOntario Ministry of TransportationPerformance of CIR Technologies in Ontario
37Larry GalehouseNCPPNCPP Update
38Moderated by Scott StotlemeyerMissouri DOTRoundtable Discussion - When Preservation is no Longer Cost Effective
39John HooksNCPPPavement and Bridge Research Roadmap Update
40Moderated by Jerry GeibMinnesota DOTOpportunities and Challenges Impacting Preservation - Discussion---
41Scott StotlemeyerMissouri DOTMeeting Summary and Adjournment---