Report for pavement testing and analysis of Highway 90 in Harrison County, Mississippi.
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Report for pavement testing and analysis of Highway 90 in Harrison County, Mississippi.

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      NTL-ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT-Environment Impacts ; NTL-HIGHWAY/ROAD TRANSPORTATION-Pavement Management and Performance ; NTL-HIGHWAY/ROAD TRANSPORTATION-Design ;
    • Abstract:
      On November 29, 2006, Fugro Consultants, Inc. (Fugro) initiated falling weight

      deflectometer testing on US 90 in Harrison County, Mississippi.

      This testing was performed in general accordance with our Work Authorization proposal

      dated November 2, 2006, which was authorized by the Mississippi Department of Transportation

      on November 8, 2006. Additionally, the investigation was conducted in accordance with the

      terms and conditions contained in our Master Professional and Consulting Services Agreement.

      Based on the limited availability of pre-existing structural capacity data, this testing was initiated

      with the understanding that direct comparisons of the impact of Hurricane Katrina and associated

      flooding could also be limited. The importance of keeping water out of pavement structures is

      fairly well documented (Ref. 1 & 2); however, it is believed that the data collected under this

      investigation should (at the very least) serve as a suitable benchmark for what the structural

      capacity of the route tested was (within 14 months of the flooding) anticipating that accelerated

      deterioration of this route is to be expected (Ref. 3).

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