IPMA | SECRET SALE REVEALED | BARNHARDT

The doors to the Secret Sale open tomorrow but you’re going to miss out if you’re not on the Insider’s List.

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The reason you want to do that is you’re about to have access to the craziest offer in the HISTORY of Pavement Management.

Seriously …you’re going to flip out over this 🙂

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Blair Barnhardt, APM
The International Pavement Management Association

Author of the Amazon #1 Best Seller,
‘The Book on Better Roads’

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IPMA Academy | Accredited Pavement Managers | Testimonials Part 1

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Adelina Lowry, MD, APM

Q.  Name one thing you learned in the course that surprised you.

A.  I learned the criteria to quantify the range of impact of a pavement treatment on the PCI, based on the life span of the treatment
Q.  What two pieces of knowledge/tactics from the APM certification course are you most likely to use in your job?    

A.  More than two items:

•    Propose the paving coring at the project level to validate the road treatment recommended by the decision tree (PCI vs Treatment)

•    Propose a new pavement investment strategy:
* 20 % budget – pavement preservation
* 60 % budget – pavement rehabilitation
* 20 % budget – pavement reclamation/recycling
•    Evaluate the performance over time of the existing pilot samples of HA5 applied to sections of subdivision roads of different ages

Wayne McField, APM

Q.  Name one thing you learned in the course that surprised you.    

A.  MORE about FDR and pavement treatments and timing.

Q.  What two pieces of knowledge/tactics from the APM certification course are you most likely to use in your job?  

A.  All of it. It is very informative.

Jeremy Lucero, PE, APM

Q.  Name one thing you learned in the course that surprised you.  

A.  I was surprised to learn that lime could be used to mitigate the swell potential of clays.
Q.  What two pieces of knowledge/tactics from the APM certification course are you most likely to use in your job?    

A.  Lime as a swell mitigation technique and possibly cement in CIP.

Luis Padilla, APM

Q.  Name one thing you learned in the course that surprised you.    

A.  The fact that there are still so many out there that wont take action to make necessary improvements to their roadways.
Q.  What two pieces of knowledge/tactics from the APM certification course are you most likely to use in your job? 

A.  Application process/material usage and when

Brian Boder PE, APM

Q.  Name one thing you learned in the course that surprised you.    

A.  There are more tools in the proverbial tool bag than I expected.
Q.  What two pieces of knowledge/tactics from the APM certification course are you most likely to use in your job?  

A.  Managing pavements works and continue experimenting with different techniques and materials

Learn How to Use the Three Legged Stool™ System of
Pavement Management to Save Your Crumbling Roads…

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Flat Rate for Pavement Management: $278.77 per CLM for Counties and $324.77 per CLM for Cities

Hey !

Would you spend 3 cents per SY to save millions?

The Barnhardt Group will show you

EXACTLY how to do JUST THAT!

Flat Rate of:
 
$278.77 per CLM for Counties and
 
$324.77 per CLM for Cities

CLICK to See ENTIRE Scope of work HERE.

Wellington Kansas PM

Wellington Kansas PM

A recent press release shows one Agency paying up to $800 bucks per mile!  GEEZ!
 
CLICK HERE TO READ

Blair

P.S.  The first 3 Agencies in TX to sign up before January 1, 2016 will receive the first year of StreetSaver absolutely FREE!

P.S.S.  Those three Agencies will not even pay for migration from their current PM database!  UNBELIEVABLE!

P.S.S.S.  Small surcharge for PCC roads and random surveys less than entire network.  Nationwide, we will be charging one way mobilization.

P.S.S.S.S.  We give away two FREE scholarships to IPMA Academy & one 8 DVD box set.

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Here are the FACTS!

A recent study found the $217 billion dollar cost of deficient roadway conditions dwarfs the costs of other safety factors, including:  
$130 billion for_alcohol,
$97 billion for speeding,
or $60 billion for not wearing a safety belt.
 
The report concluded that roadway related crashes impose:
$20 billion in medical costs;
$46 billion in productivity costs;
$52 billion in property damage and other resource costs; and  $99 billion in quality of life costs.
 
This “tale of the tape” measures the value of pain, suffering, and loss of enjoyment of life by those injured or killed in crashes and their families.
 
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