Kenneth K. Damgaard Scholarship

Please visit our new web page to learn more about Kenneth K. Damgaard and the scholarship that bears his name. Also included is a list of Cal Poly Pomona Engineering students that took advantage of the scholarship and became certified sustainability professionals.

SB1 Funding for Green Up

We are happy to announce that we received funding from the California State University Transportation Consortium to further develop Green Up. The scope of the project is to finalize the framework and criteria used to compare rehabilitation strategies in terms of sustainability. More information about the project here. 

Greenroads Bootcamp at Cal Poly Pomona

Join us for a half-day seminar on Greenroads, the sustainability rating system for roadways and transportation infrastructure, Friday, February 27, in Building 9 Room 311, from 8 to noon or from 1 to 5 pm. The Greenroads™ Rating System has been used on over 120 design and construction projects, for new design as well as…

Green Up Presentation at ISAP 2014

Here is a link to the presentation made at ISAP 2014 about Green Up. The general concept is described and more detail is provided on the inputs required to produce the color-coded cube. The software application is available for download on the Green Up page. We welcome your feedback but please remember the application is still…

Welcome to Our New Website

PRRCenter.org has a new look and feel. News and announcements will appear on the Home page. Our Education page is a portal to learning more about sustainable pavement materials and practices. Please bear with us while we constantly add more information to this section of the website. We maintained our Founders page where you can…

Sustainable Maintenance and Rehabilitation Strategies

In this presentation, key sustainability features of pavements structures are identified and discussed. The presentation starts with an overview of the state of the pavement. The second part of the presentation goes over asphalt recycling and reclaiming strategies. Finally, several sustainability rating systems for pavements are presented. The presentation can be accessed online on slideshare.

How “Green” Is Your Pavement Network?

In this article from APWA Reporter (August 2013) you can learn about integrating pavement recycling and reclaiming strategies in pavement management. Asphalt recycling and reclaiming techniques are briefly described and guidelines for including asphalt recycling and reclaiming in multi-year pavement management programs are provided. Click here to access the article.

Green Up at ISAP Conference in Raleigh, North Carolina

The12th ISAP Conference on Asphalt Pavements will be held in Raleigh, North Carolina, U.S.A., on June 1-5, 2014. Dr. Andrei will present a paper describing “Green Up”: a graphical method to compare pavement rehabilitation alternatives in terms of sustainability. The sustainable aspects of materials, rehabilitation technologies and surface properties are graphically illustrated with colors. Green…