CPWG provided pavement management services for the City of Lake Mary.
CPWG “Boots on the Ground’ Inspection Identified
- Total Samples per Section
- All Distress Types,
- Severity Levels And
- Quantities Within Each Sample
Our Pavement Management Team
- Verified the PAVER database
- Determined total samples to inspect per section
- Provided a digital photo of each sample location
- Provided continued support services
Our Team Used PAVER software to
- Calculate the PCI for each pavement section
- Provide a complete PCI inspection of the pavement network
- Provide a complete SCI inspection of the sidewalk network
- Provide a final report of findings
Lake Mary Pavement Management Project
Lake Mary, FL
CPWG completed a contract to supplement City of Lake Mary Pavement Management Services. Our team provided a complete pavement management re-inspection program using the PAVER system platform for their 43 centerline mile roadway network.
The scope of the project was as follows: the PAVER database was updated, sections were re-inspected to identify all distress types, severity levels, and quantities within each sample through ASTM D6433-11, digital photos were provided of each sample location, the PCI for each pavement section was recalculated, the inventory and condition listing of each pavement section within the network was updated, and a final report of findings was provided along with continued support services.
CPWG Pavement Inspection.
CPWG Pavement Inspectors performed a manual “boots on the ground” inspection following ASTM D6433-11 for each pavement section within the network (approximately 76 lane miles). This consisted of locating sample areas that were representative of the conditions in each section, identifying distress types, severity levels, and quantities within each sample. CPWG inspected approximately 10% of each section according to the ATSM standard which is an industry accepted sampling frequency. The inspection resulted in 614 Management sections (521 Asphalt based).
Our Inspectors took digital images of each sample location. This effort provided the City with a visual representation of the resulting PCI score of each section. This gave the City a clear visual correlation between the appearance of the section and the PCI score. All images were renamed according to the corresponding street, section number and sample location for quick and easy reference. All images were provided to the City in an accessible digital format.
The CPWG team worked with City engineers to update the City of Lake Mary Pavement Management program using the PAVER software package. Our team developed and set up the PAVER custom system tables. The system tables provided the City specific variables that are used by the software to aid in the production of Condition Analysis and M&R Planning reports. Examples include the development of a pavement model, maintenance costs, etc. A core maintenance and pavement preservation strategy was defined as well as the goal plan number of years and budget. Various scenarios were produced against the maintenance strategies employed, conditions to achieve, and budgets specified. Through analyzing the results of the various scenarios, CPWG and the City developed a multi-year pavement management program.