Full-depth reclamation (FDR) of pavement is an alternative rehabilitation technique that uniformly pulverizes and blends together stabilizing agents with worn-out asphalt concrete pavement and a portion of the underlying materials. The end result is a sustainable, cost-effective, and green approach to stabilized base course that is ready for a new pavement surface. Successful FDR projects improve the structural capacity of the pavement and are developed through pre-construction engineering and design.
Presented by Lindsi Hammond, PE
Lindsi will be speaking at the ACEC/ODOT Region 1 Brownbag this Thursday, May 25th at noon. Lindsi joined GRI’s Beaverton office in August 2015 and has more than nine years of pavement engineering experience. Her project work includes pavement management, pavement evaluation, and pavement design. As a project engineer, she is responsible for completing the implementation and update of pavement management systems for airport and roadway systems, backcalulating falling weight deflectometer (FWD) data, and designing pavements using the AASHTO, Asphalt Institute, FAARFIELD, PerRoads, PCASE, and Portland Cement Association methods.
The flyer for the brownbag can be found on ODOT’s website: https://www.oregon.gov/ODOT/HWY/REGION1/ACECbrownbags/Brown-Bag-Flyer.pdf
We hope to see you there!