2014 MPPP Annual Meeting / SHRP2 R26 Workshop

Meeting Details
Date09/02 - 09/05
LocationMinneapolis, Minnesota
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SHRP2 R26—”Preservation of High-Traffic-Volume Roadways”

Project R26, “Preservation Approaches for High-Traffic-Volume Roadways”, was an approximately 2-year study of agency pavement preservation practices conducted as part of SHRP2.  Completed in 2011, the published guidelines address pavement preservation activities for roadways with high traffic volumes and provide extensive guidance on selecting good candidate roadways and preservation treatments.  Formal implementation efforts by state highway agencies began in 2012 with support from FHWA, AASHTO, and TRB.  Additional information about the original research, implementation initiatives, and other SHRP2 research can be found at www.fhwa.dot.gov/goshrp2.

Building Sucessful Micro surfacing & Chip Seals
Bruce Batzer - Astech Corp
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# Name Organization Presentation Title Video PDF
1Glenn EngstromMinnesota DOTWelcome to MinnesotaWatch
2Colin DurantePavement Technology Inc.Task Force Report: New Products and Processes & Preservation Product Performance EvaluationsWatch
3Roger OlsonMinnesota DOTTask Force Report: Proposed ResearchWatch---
4Jerry GeibMinnesota DOTTask Force Report: Contractor CertificationWatch
5Jerry GeibMinnesota DOTRound Table: Sharing nformation/technology and quantifying deliverables---
6Colin FrancoRhode Island DOTPPETG Emulsion Task Force UpdateWatch
7LaDonna RowdenIllinois DOTAgency Reports - IllinoisWatch
8Todd ShieldsIndiana DOTAgency Reports - IndianaWatch
9Blair HeptigKansas DOTAgency Reports - KansasWatch
10Matthew HildebrandManitoba Infrastructure and TransportationAgency Reports - ManitobaWatch
11Tom WoodMinnesota DOTAgency Reports - MinnesotaWatch
12Todd MillerMissouri DOTAgency Reports - MissouriWatch
13Aric MorseOhio DOTAgency Reports - OhioWatch
14Gill HedmanSouth Dakota DOTAgency Reports - South DakotaWatch
15Al JohnsonWisconsin DOTAgency Reports - WisconsinWatch
16Brandon VarilekNebraska Dept. of RoadsAgency Reports - NebraskaWatch
17Susanne ChanOntario Ministry of TransportationAgency Reports - OntarioWatch
18Nichole AndreSaskatchewan Ministry of Highways & InfrastructureAgency Reports - SaskatchewanWatch
19Andy BennettMichigan DOTAgency Reports - MichiganWatch---
20Brad DarrNorth Dakota DOTAgency Reports - North DakotaWatch---
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24Derrell TurnerFHWAFHWA WelcomeWatch---
25Jon ChigloMinnesota DOTMnDOT WelcomeWatch---
26Jim MoulthropFP2 Inc.R26 and Why It's ImportantWatch
27David PeshkinApplied Pavement TechnologyAn Overview of SHRP 2 Project R26Watch
28Thomas VanFHWAProject R26 UpdateWatch
29Stephen CrossARRAExperience With Cold In-Place RecyclingWatch
30Mark WatsonMinnesota DOTPreventive Maintenance on High Speed Roadways: Operational IssuesWatch---
31Brian CoxFlint Hills ResourcesChip Seal and Microsurfacing Practices in the MidwestWatch
32Larry ScofieldIGGAInnovative TexturesWatch
33Gary EllerRetired FHWAThe Highway System EvolutionWatch---
34King GeeAASHTOAASHTOs Perspective on PreservationWatch---
35Michael TrentacosteFHWAFHWA Research Perspective and Policy UpdateWatch
36Jim MoulthropFP2 Inc.Pavement Preservation - An Industry PerspectiveWatch
37Moderated by Larry GalehousePanel DiscussionWatch---
38Jerry GeibMinnesota DOTMnROAD Ashphalt Treatment DescriptionsWatch
39Tom BurnhamMinnesota DOTMnROAD Concrete Pavement PreservationWatch
40Ben WorelMinnesota DOTMnROAD Information - Future DirectionWatch---
41Bruce BatzerAstech CorpBuilding Sucessful Micro surfacing & Chip SealsWatch---
42Tom KellyCRAFCOHow to Build Successful Crack TreatmentsWatch
43Cecil JonesDiversified Engineering ServicesMaintenance of OGFC PavementsWatch
44Buzz PowellNCATNCAT Exceptional FindingsWatch---
45Larry ScofieldIGGAUpdated Guide for Concrete Pavement PreservationWatch