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Procurement Category
Engineering Services
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Full and Open
RFP Quarter
3rd QTR
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Research and development services to develop detail analysis methodologies for the new Pavement Remaining Service Interval (RSI) concept developed in a recently completed Federal Highway Administration research effort titled “Definition and Determination of Remaining Service and Structural Life” and application and validation of the developed methodologies through use of a minimum of two (2) State Highway Agency (SHA) pavement management system data.

Contact Name
Nadarajah Sivaneswaran
(202) 493-3147
The required services to include analytical work to develop methodologies, associated data requirements and application and validation of the methodologies using SHA pavement management system data. The RSI concept is documented in a Final Report, Guideline Document and an FHWA Technical Brief and will be available upon request after May 2013 and will be included in the RFP for this procurement.
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