Garver’s depth of expertise in executing pavement management programs was developed through the inspection, analysis, and capital planning of over two billion square feet of pavement. Let Garver revolutionize your statewide pavement management plan with PowerPM. Contact Adam White for more information or to set up a demonstration.
Quality project planning can only be achieved through quality pavement condition index (PCI) data collection. Garver’s extensive quality control procedures build on the standards of ASTM D5340 and provide state agencies with the quality data they need to make important project funding planning decisions.
The PowerPM dashboard takes the traditional, static, paper-bound pavement management plan (PMP) and turns it in into an innovative, dynamic dashboard for inventory and capital planning. The PowerPM dashboard can be accessed from any device and provides state agency leaders and individual airport operators with the ability to sort and identify pavement conditions and distresses using GIS functionality. In addition, existing data such as friction results, site photographs, or PCN calculations can be integrated to assist state agencies in project planning and airport operators in day-to-day operational needs.
In addition to its dynamic inventory database, PowerPM can also provide state systems with the ability to apply customized maintenance practices, priorities, and project cost data to annual budgets. The PowerPM Project Planning tool also allows state agency leaders to input funding allowances and instantly receive a list of the most impactful projects to complete under limited budgets. The tool also provides future PCI predictions, comparing the “do nothing” PCI scenario to the state system PCI after recommended improvements have been made.
Work History Database
Garver’s PowerPM can also leverage business intelligence to compile your state system’s database of historical projects into a single, dynamic work-history tool. Garver’s work-history tool also provides quick and easy access to downloadable record drawings, which can be sorted by year completed, airport, or specific pavement section.