Promotion of Asphalt Marketing and Communications Technical Issues Pavement Economics AsphaltTechnologies & InnovationOVERVIEW Health & Safety Environment & SustainabilityEPD Update Legislative Competition & Life-Cycle CostAnalysis

Research &TechnologyMarket Research &CommunicationsPavement EconomicsCommitteeGo to MarketTask GroupFour Task GroupsOther Research NCAT Asphalt InstituteDeploymentActivities Research CommunicationsMarket ResearchBrand ManagementDeploymentTask Group National InitiativesRegional Councils: NorthcentralNortheastSoutheastPacificResearch Road MapMarket Research Efforts

Mixture Quality& PerformanceLife-Cycle CostAnalysisLegislativeLife CycleAssessmentPEC Strategic Areas

Financial status 2.4 Million Approved 1.778 Million Spent 38 SAPAs Supported in 2017 Deliverables status 38 Projects Total 27 Projects are Completeor Near Completionwww.AsphaltPavement.orgPavement EconomicsCommittee

PaveXpressME GuidancePerRoadLife-CycleCost AnalysisPorous Pavement DesignASCE Flexible PavementDesign CourseLCCA Projects

Approach: TechnicalProvide technically sound designsusing: Flexible: AASHTO ’93 Rigid: AASHTO ‘93 w/ ‘98 Supplement Parking lot guidance (Flexible only)Use industry accepted standards andguidanceLinkages to State and Local guidanceLinkages to Pavement Interactive

The evolution of PaveXpress . New Flexible New Rigid Parking Lots Overlay design Condition Survey NDT Cost Module LEA Module UI/UX UpdateUpcoming modulesIntegration withPerRoadLCCA framework(ie: RealCost)Porous AsphaltPavement Design

Over 26,000 users with 1/3 returningUsers from every state in the U.S.

Users from 157 countries - 66% from U.S.

MechanisticEmpiricalPavementDesign How best to implement M-EDesign?– Perpetual Pavements? How do advanced andsustainable materials fit intopavement design?

Scope of WorkPavement DesignState of the PracticeNeed for localvalidation andcalibration of MEDesign softwareEvaluatePerformance Criteriaand Reliability in MEDesign SoftwareDevelopRecommendationsfor MaximumThickness andRecalibration of 1993Design GuideGuidance forMaterial Selection inME Design Softwareand 1993 DesignGuide

Advancements in Flexible Pavement info-pubs/technical-reports.html

PerRoad Update (v4.4) Implement strain distributiondesign criteria within PerRoad Layered elastic analysis with astatistical analysis procedure toestimate stresses & strainswithin a pavement. Revise PerRoad to includemechanistic design of av/PerRoad44.msi

This award honors asphaltpavements that were designedand built with outstandingcare and exceptional quality.The result is a long-lastingpavement, one that serves theCriteria: 35 years old 13 years betweenoverlays (average) No increase 4"traveling public well, providestrue value to the taxpayers,Awards:and demonstrates both the 117 Pavements 31 Statesconvenience and the quality ofasphalt pavements.

Porous Asphalt Recommended Layer Coefficients OGFC Surface 0.40-0.42 ATPB 0.30-0.35 Stone bed 0.10-0.14Porous Asphalt Pavements

Website: mylearning.asce.orgSearch: “Flexible Pavement Design”Flexible Pavement DesignCourse

Flexible PavementDesign & RehabilitationSeminar BenefitsTarget AudienceLearn to use PaveXpress, a free web-basedtool for new and overlay asphalt pavementdesign Pavement design professionalsUnderstand the inner workings of AASHTOempirical pavement design procedures Engineers, architects, designers,contractors, inspectors and otherpavement professionals in bothprivate and public practice willbenefit.Develop better structural pavementdesignsGain insight into asphalt materialpropertiesUnderstand asphalt pavement distresstypes and how to identify themDevelop a practical knowledge of realworld production & constructionlimitations19 All experience levels Scottsdale– June 2018 Saint Louis – August 2018

NAPA Position Paperon LCCA by Dr. AudreyCopeland (Complete) LCCA Guidance Report(March 2018)LCCA Projects

Review of Initial Service Life Determination in LCCAProcedures and In Practice – DRAFTSummary of Middle 90% of Pavement Ages at Time of 1st RehabPavement 335.44Std Dev5.515.79Ride Quality (IRI) Prior to RehabilitationPavement TypeAC PavementsPCC Pavements*Very Good** 609.6%1.1%Percent of Total Pavement SectionsGoodFairPoor61 – 9596 – 120121 – 17034.3%24.1%17.5%23.3%26.7%34.4%Very Poor 17014.5%14.4%*sum is not 100% due to rounding

Mixture QualityandPerformanceThinlaysEducation & Training

Visit ThinlayAsphalt.orgThinlays

KEY MESSAGES Lower Life-Cycle CostLonger LastingSmoother RideEnhanced Structural CapacityThinlays

Education Program

Module 1: Basic LCCA concepts, steps, andinputs (60 min.) Module 2: Concrete marketing myths and reality(20 min.) Module 3: Example LCCA (30 min.)LCCA Modules

LCCA Training Materials

Recycled Materials and WarmMix AsphaltLCASUSTAINABILITYEnvironmental ProductDeclarationsPavement-Vehicle Interaction

WMA UsagePercentage of Total Asphalt Production in %5.0%31%11%5%2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 201630

Asphalt Mix & RAP TonnageTrending 286.060.0266.0246.055.0Asphalt MixRAPMillions of Tons RAPMillions of Tons Asphalt Mix366.0

Current Survey FHWA continues to support Recycle/WMA Survey 2017 Construction Season Data Survey responses due between 01/01/2018 and04/01/2018 Available on SurveyMonkey @ 2017 report completed 4th quarter of 2018 Report accuracy counts on strong industrysupport / participation

Green Codes & LCA Affecting product selectiondecisions now and more into thefuture Concrete industry advocatingpavement deflection / reflectivity Asphalt Industry working to dispelmyths and promote real science Life cycle assessment (LCA) &Environmental ProductDeclarations (EPDs)

NAPA EPDProgram Released April 2017 Compliance withInternational Standards ISO 14025-2006 EN-15804 Training

Product Category Rule (PCR): The Framework “Set of specific rules, requirements, and guidelines for developingType III environmental product declarations for one or moreproduct categories” (ISO 14025) Life-cycle Assessment (LCA): The Process “Compilation and evaluation of the inputs, outputs, and potentialenvironmental impacts of a product system throughout its lifecycle” (ISO 14040) Environmental Product Declaration (EPD): The Declaration “Providing quantified environmental data using predeterminedparameters and, where relevant, additional environmentalinformation” (ISO 14025)


Quantify potential environmental impactsMeet material credit requirements of green ratingsystems affordablyMeet public agency requirements to quantify apavement’s sustainabilityIdentify opportunities to improve operationalefficienciesStreamline collection process for corporatesustainability reportingEnsure an even playing field in the greenconstruction sectorTool is available

Rolling resistance influencesemissions Pavements have a smallimpact on rolling resistance Pavement propertiesimpacting rolling resistance Smoothness MegatexturePavement–VehicleInteraction


LegislativeAdvocacy Services

MAP-21 – MEPDG, Alternative Bids, LCCA, GAO Report FY12 Commerce Appropriations Bill — Material-Specific DiscountRates FAST Act – Alternate Bids FY16 Transportation Appropriations Bill — Alternate Bid Guidance FY17 Transportation Appropriations Bill — MEPDG LCCA Incentive FY18 Transportation Appropriations Bill — MEPDG LCCA Incentive U.S. DOT INFRA Grant Program — LCCA Requirement FHWA LCCA Guidance Update Open Competition Proposal — Alternate Bids P3 Performance WarrantiesLCCA on theNational Level

ACPA “Competition” Campaign

NAPA Adds Perspective

Asphalt BinderAggregateVolumetricsMix DesignPlantsPavingCompactionTack CoatsPavement DesignForensicsQC/QAMaintenance &Rehabilitation Funding


HOUSTON, TX / MARCH 6-8, 2018

THANK YOU!Brett [email protected]