Development of a Pavement Maintenance Management System. Volume V. Proposed Revision of Chapter 3, AFR 93-5.
Final rept. Jul 76-Sep 77,
CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING RESEARCH LAB (ARMY) CHAMPAIGN ILL
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The Air Force has for several years been actively engaged in the development of a Pavement Maintenance Management System. The first accomplishment of this study was the development of improved procedure for determining the relative condition of airfield pavements. These improved procedures are presented in detail in this report. These procedures were developed during FY 75 and 76 and validated by field tests during FY 76 and 77. Two conferences, attended by Command Pavement Engineers from all Major Commands, have been held at Tyndall AFB, Florida 30 Nov - 2 Dec 1976, 18 - 20 October 1977, to discuss and revise these procedures. It was the consensus of the attendees at these conferences that these procedures provided vastly improved methods for determining the relative condition of airfield pavements. Thus, CEEDO was requested, during the conference held in October 1977, to publish, in some form, instructions for the use of these procedures as soon as possible. As a result this technical report is being published in the same format as that used for Chapter 3, Airfield Pavement Condition Survey Report, AFR 93-5. The Air Force Civil Engineering Center AFCEC, at Tyndall AFB, Florida, has the responsibility for revising AFR 93-5. It is recommended that the information presented in this report be used as a basis for revision of Chapter 3, AFR 93-5. Author
- Administration and Management
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