AASHTO COMP TS 5bConstruction Guide Specification Submission ...

AASHTO COMP TS 5bConstruction Guide Specification Submission ...

AASHTO COMP TS 5b Construction Guide Specification Submission and Approval Emulsion Task Force (ETF) Meeting The Heritage Group Innovation and Research Lab November 28-29, 2018 AASHTO Committee On Materials and Pavements

Thecommittee Committee onshall Materials and Pavements shall provide a forum forspecifications the The develop and maintain:

technical development and exchange of information related to materials testing, specification, forand materials used the construction maintenance all performance; andin

pavement design, testing,and and management. The of committee shall develop andfacilities maintain: technical specifications for materials used

in the transportation including highways, bridges, and construction and maintenance of all transportation facilities including highways, structures; bridges, and structures; guides, policies, and standards for the quality, design, rehabilitation, testing, and management of pavements and shoulders; specifications

for standard methods of sampling and testing such materials and other items incident to construction, maintenance, operation, and quality of such facilities; and information on the performance of special products evaluated by member departments. The committee shall also oversee the operation of AASHTO re:source and, where appropriate, promote the use of new materials and develop and recommend methods of testing for such materials. COMP AASHTO Committee On Materials and

Pavements COMP- Technical Subcommittee 1a Soil and Unbound Recycled Materials COMP- Technical Subcommittee 1b Geotechnical Exploration, Instrumentation, Stabilization and Field Testing COMP- Technical Subcommittee 1c Aggregates COMP- Technical Subcommittee 2a Emulsified Asphalts COMP- Technical Subcommittee 2b Liquid Asphalt COMP- Technical Subcommittee 2c Asphalt-Aggregate Mixtures COMP- Technical Subcommittee 2d Proportioning of Asphalt-Aggregate Mixtures COMP- Technical Subcommittee 3a Hydraulic Cement and Lime COMP- Technical Subcommittee 3b Fresh Concrete

COMP- Technical Subcommittee 3c Hardened Concrete COMP- Technical Subcommittee 4a Concrete Drainage Structures COMP- Technical Subcommittee 4b Flexible and Metallic Pipe COMP- Technical Subcommittee 4c Markings and Coatings COMP- Technical Subcommittee 4d Safety Devices COMP- Technical Subcommittee 4e Joint, Bearings, and Geosynthetics COMP- Technical Subcommittee 4f Metals COMP- Technical Subcommittee 5a Pavement Measurement and Performance Measures COMP- Technical Subcommittee 5b Bridge and Pavement Preservation COMP- Technical Subcommittee 5c Quality Assurance and Environmental

COMP- Technical Subcommittee 5d Pavement Design Problem . d r a d Pavement preservation is moving fast

n a t S l a n o ti Standards, processes areNchanging

a a e s u o c o We are learning t

n t a r n F a n w i

l e o l C p eYOU P o are innovating

Processes are being consolidated and accepted Who is going to keep this together? Materials Test Methods Design Process Construction Guide Specs COMP 5b Task Force 18-1

This group is charged with exploring the layout and formatting of preservation construction guide specifications to develop a standard or style guide to assist people with the drafting of these specifications. This will allow for a systematic flow for the writing, reviewing, publication, and use of these specifications. COMP 5b Task Force 18-1 3 Webinar Style Meetings Average 14 members per meeting 2 months time

Representation from COMP COM COC

12 States AASHTO TF 18-1 Produced 1 document TF 18-1 Guidance References 1. Style Manual for AASHTO Publications 2. The Guide Specification for Highway Construction 3. AASHTO Resolution

TF 18-1 General Guidance 1. Construction Guide Specification for ______________________ 2. Active Voice, Imperative Mood 3. Five sections listed below. A. Description B. Materials C. Construction D. Measurement

E. Payment 4. Others may be used if the topic does not fit within one of the five sections. TF 18-1 Example Document XXX.01 Description Description section should be used to identify the specific treatment or process. This section should clearly, but concisely state the overall construction process. Use as few words as possible while making sure that the reader understands what this guide documents.

XXX.02 Materials This section should be used to list the materials that would typically be used with the treatment or process. A. Whenever possible the writer should reference AASHTO Materials Specifications for the specific properties or tests required for the listed materials. B. If no materials are used for a process the section should contain the words, Not Used or Reserved.

XXX.03 Construction This section should clearly describe the actions required for this treatment. Performance specifications are preferred; avoid using method specifications. Subsections should be considered and be organized to provide details in a sequential fashion. A.Some suggested subsections are: a.Equipment. Essential equipment needed to complete the construction. b.surface condition required prior to treatment application, measurement criteria (more performance less method) c.application outcome measurement criteria

d.etc. XXX.04 Measurement This section should contain the criteria (process, precision, and units) with which the accepted treatment is to be measured. Typical methods of calculation of quantities and methods of acceptance may also be included in this section. Payment adjustments may be included in this section. The criteria should be clearly stated for final acceptance of the specific type of treatment.

XXX.05 Payment This section should include items intended to be paid as part of the preservation. Typically, a table or list will have the items and their corresponding unit of measurement. Payment adjustments may be included in this section Commentary 1. Recommended practices or best practices should be located within the section with other information that the recommendation supports. These notes should be labeled as a recommendation and the font should be italicized.

2. Other sections or subsections may be used if the treatment is not adequately specified with the five standard sections and recommended subsections. 3. Tables of values are encouraged in conveying installation tolerances, material properties, or acceptance limits. Tables should be clear, concise, easy to read, and be numbered within their corresponding section. Lengthy tables should be considered as an addendum. 4. Figures, diagrams, pictures are discouraged. 5. Items within a list should be identified with numbers or letters, the use of symbols is discouraged. 6. State specific or region-specific practices should be limited whenever possible. When these practices become important to the use of the specification a state specific or region specific supplemental should be written by the agency or regional organization to accompany the

AASHTO Construction Guide Specification. AASHTO COMP How to Submit a Standard Construction specifications for pavement preservation treatments are to be reviewed by the AASHTO Committee On Materials and Pavements (COMP) Technical Subcommittee 5b Bridge and Pavement Preservation. These

documents will follow the COMP approval process. To submit a guide specification for review and discussion contact the COMP TS 5b Chairperson, Vice Chairperson or the AASHTO liaison for COMP. How to Submit a Standard Email the proposed standard to COMP TS 5b Chair Derek Nener-Plante : [email protected] or

Vice chair Travis Walbeck : [email protected] Questions Travis Walbeck, PE West Virginia Division of Highways [email protected]

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