- Wednesday, 22 February 2023 09:37
Across the globe, millions of miles of pavements are placed or rehabilitated every year. As the worldwide challenge to address climate change persists, decision-makers are called on to make pavement type and treatment selections that must meet ever increasing levels for improving sustainability. Additionally, these selections must be resilient to withstand increasing threats of natural and man-made disasters.This report provides an overview of the research supporting concrete pavement’s role in meeting the standards of sustainability and resilience, ultimately creating a future that meets the needs of generations to come.
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- Monday, 13 February 2023 08:50
2023 Oklahoma Conference Registration
Registration for the ACPA Oklahoma Concrete Pavement Conference is now OPEN. Please reserve your room and register online as soon as possible as we expect the rooms to fill quickly.
Conference will be March 20-21, 2023.
Come be a part of our 2023 Oklahoma Concrete Pavement Conference! There are sponsorship and exhibit opportunities available that you will see while registering. Please consider being a part of the 2023 ACPA Oklahoma Conference by being a sponsor or an exhibitor.
If you have any questions, please contact our office at
(405) 767-5100 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to seeing you at conference!
- Wednesday, 08 February 2023 08:45
Joe Echelle, Oklahoma Turnpike Authority, receives the 2022 Government Official of the Year Award
The 2022 Government Official of the Year award went to Joe Echelle, Assistant Executive Director, Maintenance, Engineering & Construction, Oklahoma Turnpike Authority (OTA). The Government Official of the Year award recognizes leadership in transportation with special emphasis on grooving, grinding and concrete pavement preservation (CPP).
In his role with the OTA, Echelle is responsible for maintaining 630 miles of turnpikes throughout Oklahoma and is responsible for day-to-day operations. He was chosen to receive the Government Official of the Year Award because he has been a continuous champion of improving pavement conditions, making them more safe and efficient for Oklahoma motorists. His approach of maintaining pavements before they deteriorate, rather than addressing problems when the pavements are already at the end of their life, has resulted in millions in dollars of savings for Oklahoma residents.
“Joe has been an exceptional advocate for concrete pavements as well as the importance of pavement preservation techniques to optimize the taxpayer’s investment. We are thrilled to see his efforts recognized on a national level as the way DOT leaders can and should approach highway maintenance.” said Brent Burwell, Executive Director of the Oklahoma/Arkansas ACPA Chapter.