Pavement Preservation Journal - Spring 2015 - (Page 21)
Pavement Preservation in
Spotlight at World of Asphalt
By Tom Kuennen
SESSIONS FEATURE PRESERVATION
A robust educational program will feature pavement
preservation practice, and will involve individuals active in
FP2 or its supporting associations or businesses. Pavement
preservation presentations will be among the 100-plus
education sessions to be held in conjunction with AGG1
and World of Asphalt.
Sessions of interest include:
* Choosing the Right Preservation Treatment, with
Jim Moulthrop, P.E., executive director, FP2 Inc., and
David Peshkin, P.E., vice president, Applied Pavement
Technology, Urbana, Ill., Tuesday, Mar. 17.
* Understanding Binder Replacement Using RAP and RAS,
with Jon Epps, P.E., associate administrative director,
and Dave Newcomb, P.E., senior research scientist, Texas
A&M Transportation Institute, Tuesday, Mar. 17.
* Best Practices for Milling and Profiling, by Tom Chastain,
Wirtgen America Inc., Tuesday, Mar. 17.
IMAGE CREDIT: WORLD OF ASPHALT
avement preservation will take its place alongside
other pavement themes at the 2015 World of
Asphalt Show & Conference, and AGG1 Aggregates
Academy & Expo to take place Mar. 17-19 in
The co-located AGG1 and World of Asphalt will be held
at the Baltimore Convention Center, and target the business
and professional development needs of aggregates,
asphalt, pavement maintenance and traffic safety
More than 400 exhibitors combined have signed on,
taking more than 128,000 net sq. ft. of exhibit space at
World of Asphalt and AGG1.
Among them are supporting contributors
to FP2 Inc., including the Asphalt Emulsion
Manufacturers Association, Asphalt Recycling &
Reclaiming Association, BASF Corp., Bergkamp Inc.,
Crafco Inc., FORTA Corp., International Slurry Surfacing
Association, MWV Specialty Chemicals, Pavement
Technology Inc., and SealMaster.
In addition, many advertisers in Pavement Preservation
Journal will be exhibiting.
More exhibitors and exhibit space means more of the
latest equipment and products to compare side by side,
the show's organizers say, adding exhibitors include a
good mix of new and returning companies, from large
multinationals with multiple product lines to smaller firms
with niche products.
Educational sessions will be a major component of World of
Asphalt 2015/AGG1 in Baltimore in March
* Best Practices for Pavement Patching, by Dale Decker, P.E.,
Dale S. Decker LLC, Tuesday, Mar. 17.
* Slurry and Micro Surfacing Systems for Pavement
Preservation, by Eric Reimschiissel, American Pavement
Preservation, Tuesday, Mar. 17.
* What it Takes to Make Cold Central Plant Recycling
Work, by Brian Diefendorfer, P.E., Virginia Center
for Transportation Innovation and Research, and
Don Matthews, P.E., Pavement Recycling Systems, Inc.,
Wednesday, Mar. 18.
* Using Thinlay Asphalt Applications to Increase Pavement Life,
by Jim Huddleston, P.E., Asphalt Pavement Association
of Oregon, and Chuck Fuller, president, J. D. Ramming
Paving Company, Ltd., Wednesday, Mar. 18.
* Combination Treatments for Pavement Preservation, by Pierre
Peltier, Terry Asphalt Materials, Inc., Wednesday, Mar. 18.
* Everything you Need to Know about Chip Seals and Fog Seals,
by Brian Horner, E.D. Etnyre Co., Wednesday, Mar. 18.
* Best Practices for Crack Treatments, by Dale Decker, Dale
S. Decker LLC, and Tom Kelly, Crafco Inc., Wednesday,
* Cold In-Place and Hot In-Place Recycling Best Practices, by
Chuck Valentine, Sandvik MGT Construction Tools, and
Brian Hansen, Dustrol Inc.
Register online to attend at
Register/www.worldofasphalt.com. Educational sessions
are not included in the show floor-only fee.
More information is available at
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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Pavement Preservation Journal - Spring 2015
Hot, Cold In-Place Recycling Gets Boost at Western States Conference
Fort Collins HIR Project Provides Delegates with Up-Close Look
NCAT Reports 2012 Cycle Results, 2015 Preservation Activities
New Congress Means New Push Toward Reauthorization
FP² at TRB
Pavement Preservation in Spotlight at World of Asphalt 2015 in March
Control Potholes by Sealing Cracks, Joints in Advance
‘Thinlay’ Asphalt Overlays Next Word in Pavement Preservation
Texas Considers Ultra-Thin HMA Alternatives to Seal Coats
Thin Overlays Can Preserve Pavements as Well as Reduce Surface Noise
In California, Scrub Seals Gain Favor for Cost, Crack Sealing
IGGA Recognizes Leaders in Grooving, Grinding
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