Applied Pavement Technology, Inc. Virtual Booth

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Applied Pavement Technology, Inc. (APTech) is a full-service pavement engineering consulting firm that provides effective solutions for the design, evaluation, maintenance, and rehabilitation of airfield and roadway pavements. Since our founding in 1994, we have worked with clients at the state, federal, and local levels in the United States and abroad, and we are a recognized leader in our industry. We help our clients identify cost-effective strategies that reduce the overall life-cycle cost of preserving the pavement network while incorporating the latest pavement-related designs and technologies into organizational practice.

For over 25 years we have applied our pavement engineering expertise to find appropriate and effective solutions for agencies responsible for the design, maintenance, and rehabilitation of airport pavement facilities. We team with our clients to deliver practical, timely, and innovative solutions to meet their needs.

Since 2008, APTech’s airfield pavement experts, working with the FAA, have been responsible for the development and delivery of the ACC’s 2.5-day Airfield Pavement Design, Evaluation, and Analysis workshop.  This highly acclaimed course has helped to train pavement engineers from airports, consulting firms, and the FAA’s own staff. 

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  • Amy Sonbuchner

    Thanks for setting up the survey and for preparing for this virtual booth. Will you share the survey results? It would be interesting to find out what the anonymous findings are.

  • GL

    I miss seeing everyone in person during this event, but am glad ACC found a way to proceed and adapt during this pandemic.  I hope to connect with many of you throughout the week!

  • Monty Wade

    How are firms preparing to resume activities once the stay-at-home orders have been lifted and life is back to normal (at the least the "new normal")?   



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