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R epresenting over 140 of the world’s leading companies in the pavement preservation and rehabilitation industries, over 300 delegates gathered in February for 10th combined annual meeting of the Asphalt Emulsion Manufacturers Association (AEMA 40th annual meeting), the Asphalt Recycling & Reclaiming Association (ARRA 37th annual meeting), and the International Slurry Surfacing Association (ISSA 51st annual convention). Themed Building a Stronger Industry for the Future: Preservation & Rehabilitation 2013, the meeting highlighted advancements in technology and the application of asphalt emulsions and other additives, asphalt recycling and reclaiming, slurry and micro surfacing, chip seal and crack treatments. In Indian Wells, Calif., the delegates heard more than 40 speakers over the three-day period. The meeting was a concentrated assembly of industry promotion and technological advancement, as industry leaders and innovators joined together in a unique opportunity to discuss subjects of common interest and to share news of accomplishments in their related fields. Meeting activities also included the respective elections of new officers and directors of each association, as well as awards presentations, and numerous committee, technical committee, and task force sessions. FASTER AGAIN HELMS ARRA ARRA re-elected Patrick Faster, Gallagher Asphalt Corp., president for the 2013-2014 term. Faster has been in the highway construction business for over 25 years and is national sales director for Gallagher, where he oversees its recycling division. Other 2013-2014 officers elected were vice president, Andrew Fox, of InVia Pavement Technologies, Tulsa, and secretary/treasurer, Ryan Essex, The Miller Group, Inc., Gormley, Ont. ARRA’s immediate past president is Bill Garrity, Garrity Asphalt Reclaiming Inc., Bloomfield, Ct. Directors elected for the term include: Darren Coughlin, Coughlin Co., St. George, Utah; Dale Cronauer, Blount Construction Co., Inc., Marietta, Ga.; John Irvine, Roadtec, Chattanooga; Tom Kiernan, Lafarge Corp., Lockport, Ill.; and Terry Sharp, Caterpillar Paving Products, Maple Grove, Minn. The ARRA Charles R. Valentine Award for Excellence in Cold In-Place Recycling for 2013 was presented to Mike Neil, director of construction support services, and Tara Liske, surfacing materials engineer, Engineering and Operations, Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation. ARRA’s Award for Excellence in Full Depth Reclamation for 2013 was presented to Paul Ingham, director of operations, City of Markham, Ont. AEMA ELECTS MCCULLOUGH At its annual meeting held in Indian Wells, the AEMA membership elected Mark McCollough president for the 20132014 term. He’s director of business development with Asphalt Materials Inc., where he manages a micro surfacing and chip seal company in Michigan, and an asphalt recycling division based in Ohio. McCullough also works with the Heritage Research Group laboratory to develop asphalt innovations into future businesses. He’s on the board of FP2, Inc. and also is active in ARRA and AEMA. Other 2013-2014 officers elected were vice president, Archie Reynolds, Norjohn, Ltd., Burlington, Ont., and secretary/treasurer Mark Ishee, Ergon Asphalt & Emulsions, Inc., Jackson, Miss. AEMA’s immediate past president is Bucky Brooks, Asphalt Materials Inc., Oregon, Ohio. Directors elected for the term include Diane Franseen, H.G. Meigs, LLC, Portage, Wis., Hans Ho, Telfer Oil Co., Martinez, Calif., Dan Koeninger, Terry Asphalt Materials, Inc., Hamilton, Ohio, Craig Moore, Cleveland Asphalt Products, Shepherd, Tex., and Mark Smith, Vance Brothers, Inc., Kansas City, Mo. Jean Claude Roffe, Colas, SA, France, will serve as international member representative, and James Andrews, BASF Corp., Charlotte, N.C., will serve as AEMA’s supplier member representative. Mike Hemsley, Paragon Technical Services, Richland, Miss., was appointed chairman of AEMA’s International Technical Committee Summer 2013 pavement preservation journal 19 ASSOCIATIONS Joint Meeting Brings ARRA, ISSA, AEMA to California Desert

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Pavement Preservation Journal - Summer 2013

President’s Message
‘Thinning Up’ Concrete Overlays for Pavement Preservation
IGGA: After Five Years, Colorado CPR Project Holds Strong
Joint Meeting Brings ARRA, ISSA, AEMA to California Desert
At NCAT Preservation Study, Performance Clues Emerge
Integrated System Keeps Fort Collins ‘Asset Smart’
New Alaska Database Aids Treatment Selection
GPR, FWD Analyze Airfi eld Pavements in South Carolina
TPPC: In Texas, Fog Seals Should Last 18 Months
Caution Due in Using MC-30 as Prime Coat
In Nevada, Cold Recycling Preserves I-80
Index of Advertisers

Pavement Preservation Journal - Summer 2013