Perpetual Pavement Award: By Conversion
The Asphalt Pavement Alliance developed the prestigious Perpetual Pavement awards to recognize long-life asphalt pavements in the U.S. and honor asphalt pavements demonstrating outstanding design and construction.
Many owners are recognizing the benefits associated with converting existing roads to perpetual ones. Beginning August 1, the APA will begin accepting nominations for roads that have been converted to meet Perpetual Pavement design criteria. The nominations will be reviewed and approved by the National Center for Asphalt Technology and will receive the Perpetual Pavement by Conversion award.
The APA’s Perpetual Pavement Award program is proud to recognize new asphalt roads constructed over an existing road that meet Perpetual Pavement criteria. Congratulations to Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) for being the inaugural winner of this prestigious award! Click on WA in the map below to learn more about this Perpetual Pavement: By Conversion winning project.
Winning agencies are honored by their local state asphalt pavement association and are presented with an engraved crystal obelisk.
“One of the keys to sustainability is long life,” said Amy Miller, P.E., National Director of the APA. “Asphalt roads can be engineered to last indefinitely with only routine maintenance and periodic surface renewal.”