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Performance of research effort to investigate, analyze, and distill successful approaches to the repair/replacement of pavements compromised by cuts to access subsurface utilities. Cutting, patching and other restorative techniques will be examined on a national and international basis, including any experimental work. Economic mitigation mechanisms for pavement damage, such as enhanced encroachment permit fees and trench repair bonds, will be examined and evaluated as part of this effort. Provide direction for future innovation in cut/patching techniques. The outcome of this project shall include guidance resources and documentation to assist agencies in prescribing utility cut specifications based on expected post-repair levels of service for their jurisdiction. The project may expand into a second phase to investigate novel cutting/restoration techniques.
Estimated Dollar Value: Over $100,000 to $500,000
Morgan L. Kessler
|Is this a follow-on to a current 8(a) contract?|
|Is this funded through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act?|
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