Pavement Preservation Journal - Winter 2009 - (Page 9)

Forces of City of Los Angeles place rubberized slurry seal on residential street PHOTO CREDIT: Tom Kuennen International Preservation Conference to Feature Flexible, Rigid Pavements he program for the First International Conference on Pavement Preservation — to be held in Newport Beach, Calif., April 13-16, 2010 — has been released, and preservation of both flexible and rigid pavements will be featured. The ICPP will bring together researchers and experts working in the field of pavement preservation to exchange ideas, share best practices, and discuss critical issues and concerns impacting the implementation and success of the preservation philosophy. The conference is sponsored and co-organized by Caltrans, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and the Foundation for Pavement Preservation (FP2). Other agencies participating in the planning of the conference include the California Pavement Preservation (CP2) Center, the National Center for Pavement Preservation (NCPP) and the University of California, Berkeley. Other associated conference sponsors include the Transportation Research Board (TRB), the American Public Works Association (APWA), National Association of County Engineers (NACE) and the International Road Federation (IRF). The 2010 ICPP has been scheduled in beautiful Southern California during the same time frame as the historicallysuccessful CP2 Conference, and attendees from Caltrans and local governments are expected to attend, along with a multitude of researchers and practitioners from around T the nation and the globe. If you are involved with pavement preservation anywhere on this planet, the ICPP will be the best place to be in April 2010! Organizers are inviting bids for a location for the second international conference to be held in 2014. Proposals for this event are due by Feb. 1, 2010, and the successful bidder will be announced at the conference in April. The main theme of the conference will be pavement preservation and sustainability. The conference will address an array of issues relevant to the pavement preservation community. Following is a look at the preliminary program. Nearly 50 papers were received and are included in the program, which consists of peer-reviewed papers and selected invited presentations. The presentations are expected to take place on April 13-15, with field trips or demonstrations scheduled for April 16. When available, the final program will be found on the conference web site at icpp/. There you will find more information, including exhibition and sponsorship opportunities, and a very special program for spouses. Registration information for the conference and the hotel information also are available on the conference web site, or contact conferences@ Winter 2009 pavement preservation journal 9

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Pavement Preservation Journal - Winter 2009

Pavement Preservation Journal - Winter 2009
President’s Message
International Preservation Conference to Feature Flexible, Rigid Pavements
A Tribute to Jim Sorenson
Add Pavement Preservation to Boost Pavement Management
L.A. Street Preservation: It’s For, and About, the Public
StreetSaver Software Key to Bay Area Asset Management, Regional Fund Distribution
Integrating Pavement Preservation Practices
Revised Manual Provides Basics of Asphalt in Preservation
International Road Federation Hears from Lone Star State on Pavement Preservation
Iowa State Hosts Grad Course in System Asset Management
A New FP2 for Changing Times
Stimulus Package Boosts Preservation in Northeast
Calendar of Events
Index to Advertisers

Pavement Preservation Journal - Winter 2009