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The City of St. Augustine Public Works Department sponsored a Pavement Management Program Workshop conducted by Mr. Mark W. Nelson, P.E., Jones Edmunds Vice President, and Mr. Chris Evers, Evers Infrastructure Group President. The two-hour workshop was held at City Hall on the morning March 20 with members of the public joining representatives from the public works departments of both St. Augusitne and St. Augustine Beach.
Pavement Management is a systematic method for routinely collecting, storing and retrieving the kind of decision-making information needed to make maximum use of limited maintenance and construction dollars. Pavement Management is, in essence, a process that includes a series of steps that will help the user analyze work plan alternatives. Combined with practical judgment recommendations can be used to help make final roadway decisions
The main purpose of a Pavement Management Plan is to provide the City with a tool to assist in planning roadway improvements by properly matching the maintenance and rehabilitation method with the pavement condition. The goal of the plan is to extend the life of streets and roads and reduce lifecycle costs.
The Pavement Management Plan identifies proposed road maintenance and rehabilitation options, estimated costs, and recommended improvements. Additionally, the plan determines the current condition of the existing road system and develops a road maintenance and rehabilitation program that will preserve and/or improve the quality of the roads in a fiscally responsible manner by preparing a systematic plan and workable method of financing.
The presentation was well received by the public, with pertinent and information question and answer period. It was clear from the event, that both public and governmental officials highly regard best practices and planning tools to make informed decisions on where and how to spend road maintenance dollars.
For more information, view the presentations from the workshop by clicking on the links below.