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Practices for Unbound Aggregate Pavement Layers (2013)

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Suggested Citation:"Appendix B - Respondent Information ." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2013. Practices for Unbound Aggregate Pavement Layers. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/22469.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix B - Respondent Information ." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2013. Practices for Unbound Aggregate Pavement Layers. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/22469.
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142 SURVEY RESPONDENT INFORMATION NCHRP PROJECT 20-5 TOPIC 43-03 PRACTICES FOR UNBOUND AGGREGATE PAVEMENT LAYERS APPENDIX B Respondent Information State Name Title Agency/Organization AK Steve Saboundjan State Pavement Engineer Alaska DOT/PF AL Robert Shugart Materials Engineer Alabama DOT AR Michael Benson Materials Engineer Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department AZ Paul Burch State Pavement Design Engineer Arizona Department of Transportation CA Hector Romero California Department of Transportation CO Jay Goldbaum Pavement Design Program Engineer Colorado Department of Transportation DC Wasi Khan Materials Engineer District of Columbia (DC) DOT DE Greg Hainsworth Materials Engineer Delaware DOT FL David Horhota State Geotechnical Materials Engineer Florida DOT GA Georgene Geary State Materials and Research Engineer Georgia DOT NC Jack Cowsert State Materials Quality Engineer North Carolina DOT ID Michael Santi Materials Engineer Idaho Transportation Department IL Sheila Beshears Ms. Illinois Department of Transportation IN Ronald Walkers Manager, Office of Materials Engineer Indiana NDOT KS Andrew Gisi Geotechnical Engineer Kansas Department of Transportation LA Bert Wintz Field Quality Assurance Administrator Louisiana DOTD Materials and Testing Section MD Dan Sajedi Soils and Aggregate Division Chief Maryland State Highway ME Karen Gross Assistant Engineer – Pavement Design and Quality Maine Department of Transportation MN Tim Andersen Pavement Design Engineer Minnesota Department of Transportation MO John Donahue Construction and Materials Liaison Engineer Missouri DOT WY Rick Harvey State Materials Engineer Wyoming DOT MS James Williams State Materials Engineer Mississippi Department of Transportation MT Dan Hill Pavement Analysis Engineer Montana DOT ND Ron Horner Materials and Research Engineer North Dakota DOT NH Denis Boisvert Chief of Materials Technology New Hampshire DOT NJ Eileen Sheehy New Jersey DOT NM Bryce Simons New Mexico Department of Transportation NV Charlie Pan Principal Bituminous Engineer Nevada Department of Transportation NY Bob Burnett Director, GEB New York State DOT OH Lloyd Welker Administrator Office of Materials Management Ohio Department of Transportation

143 State Name Title Agency/Organization OK Vincent Reidenbach Oklahoma DOT OR Justin Moderie Pavement Design Engineer Oregon Department of Transportation PA Timothy Ramirez Engineer of Tests PA Department of Transportation RI Robert Snyder Sr. Civil Engineer (Materials) Rhode Island DOT SC Andrew Johnson State Pavement Design Engineer South Carolina DOT SD Joe Feller Chief Materials and Surfacing Engineer South Dakota DOT TX Mark McDaniel Transportation Engineer Texas Department of Transportation UT Howard Andersen Quality Assurance and Aggregate Engineer Utah DOT VA Mohamed Elfino Assistant Division Engineer Virginia Dept. of Transportation WA Michael Polodna Structural Materials Testing Engineer Washington State Dept. of Transportation WI Steven Krebs Chief Materials Management Engineer Wisconsin Department of Transportation WV Thomas Medvick Pavement Engineer West Virginia DOT/DOH Materials Division AB, Canada Chick McMillan Director-Surface Engineering and Aggregates Alberta Transportation NL, Canada Ken Pike Manager, Materials Engineering Transportation and Works, Newfoundland and Labrador ON, Canada Stephen Senior Head, Soils and Aggregates Section Ministry of Transportation SK, Canada Ania Anthony Senior Surfacing Engineer Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways & Infrastructure

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TRB’s National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Synthesis 445: Practices for Unbound Aggregate Pavement Layers consolidates information on the state-of-the-art and state-of-the-practice of designing and constructing unbound aggregate pavement layers. The report summarizes effective practices related to material selection, design, and construction of unbound aggregate layers to potentially improve pavement performance and longevity.

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