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Fiber Additives in Asphalt Mixtures (2015)

Chapter: APPENDIX B Survey Respondents

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Suggested Citation:"APPENDIX B Survey Respondents." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2015. Fiber Additives in Asphalt Mixtures. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/22191.
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Suggested Citation:"APPENDIX B Survey Respondents." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2015. Fiber Additives in Asphalt Mixtures. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/22191.
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46 Title Agency Asphalt Group Supervisor West Virginia DOT Assistant Materials and Tests Engineer Alabama DOT State Pavement Engineer Alaska DOT&PF State Construction Engineer Arizona DOT Materials Engineer Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department Senior Transportation Engineer California DOT Asphalt Program Manager Colorado DOT Transportation Supervising Engineer Connecticut DOT Hot Mix Supervisor Del DOT Materials and Research State Bituminous Materials Engineer Florida DOT State Bituminous Construction Engineer Georgia Department of Transportation—Office of Materials and Testing Engineer Hawaii DOT State Materials Engineer Idaho Transportation Department HMA Operations Engineer Illinois DOT Policy Engineer Illinois DOT Bureau of Local Roads and Streets Materials Engineer Indiana DOT Bituminous Engineer Iowa DOT Materials Field Engineer Kansas DOT Engineer-in-Training II, Asphalt Mixtures Section, Division of Materials Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Materials Engineer Louisiana DOTD Materials Engineer Maine DOT Surfacing Materials Engineer Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation Chief, Asphalt Technology Division MD State Highway Administration HMA Operations Engineer Michigan DOT Assistant Chief Engineer—Operations Mississippi DOT Field Materials Engineer Missouri DOT Mix Design Specialist Mn/DOT Testing Engineer Montana DOT Principal Materials Engineer Nevada DOT Civil Engineer 3 (Materials) New York State DOT Chief of Materials Technology NHDOT Manager, Bureau of Materials NJDOT State Asphalt Engineer for NMDOT NMDOT State Asphalt Materials Engineer North Carolina DOT Materials and Research Engineer North Dakota DOT Asphalt Materials Engineer Ohio DOT Bituminous Engineer Okla. DOT Head, Bituminous Section Ministry of Transportation, Ontario Pavement Quality & Materials Engineer Oregon DOT Research Project Manager PennDOT Civil Engineer (Materials & Quality Assurance) Rhode Island DOT Asphalt Materials Manager SCDOT Office of Materials and Research Bituminous Engineer South Dakota DOT State Asphalt Pavement Engineer Tennessee DOT State Bituminous Engineer Texas DOT Engineer for Asphalt Materials Utah DOT Materials Division APPENDIX B Survey Respondents Table continued on p. 47

47 Title Agency Assistant State Materials Engineer Virginia DOT Assistant State Materials Engineer Washington State DOT Materials Lab Supervisor Wisconsin DOT State Materials Engineer Wyoming DOT Table continued from p. 46

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TRB’s National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Synthesis 475: Fiber Additives in Asphalt Mixtures summarizes the types of fibers used in asphalt mixtures, their properties, how they are tested, how they are applied, and lab and field performance of the fiber mixes.

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