Pavement preservation is a coordinated approach to planned pavement maintenance and rehabilitation. It is performed before the appearance of significant distresses, and extends pavement service life without adding structural strength. This webinar looks back at the evolution of rigid and flexible pavement preservation materials and treatments, and towards new and innovative future strategies.
The webinar was sponsored by TAC’s Pavement Standing Committee and Soils & Materials Standing Committee. Speakers addressed pavement preservation from both government and contractor perspectives.
Originally presented on June 11, 2019.
Tom Kazmierowski, Golder Associates Ltd.
Tom has three decades of experience in pavement and materials engineering for road design, construction, preservation and rehabilitation. He has authored or co-authored more than 100 technical papers, and championed the use of sustainable in-place pavement recycling technologies (FDR, CIR, CIREAM, and HIR) and thin lift pavement preservation strategies.
Jean-Martin Croteau, Colas Canada Inc.
Jean-Martin graduated from the Royal Military College of Canada in 1983, and is now the Technical Director of Colas Canada. He is a registered professional engineer in Alberta, B.C., Ontario and Quebec.
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