Jones Edmunds assisted St. Johns County in further developing its pavement management program (PMP). The County’s goals for this PMP were to build on the existing County pavement management components and to develop a program to improve the ability of County staff to routinely assess, prioritize, and track pavement management activities. The PMP will facilitate efficient allocation of County resources to maintain the County’s roadways and will be implemented and maintained by County staff. We developed an overall framework for the PMP; developed standard operating procedures (SOP) for typical analysis and reporting tasks using the County’s pavement management system; modeled maintenance and rehabilitation scenarios within MicroPAVER to develop a work plan for the annual County maintenance and rehabilitation activities; and coordinated and led workshops at the County to present the modeling results, work plan, and PMP.
Jones Edmunds also provided Construction Administration services for the County’s Pavement Management Program (PMP). For the PMP, the County uses its continuing services Contractors to perform drainage and roadway improvements throughout the County. Construction Administration duties included all phases of construction from planning, monitoring construction and schedule, cost estimating, and contractor pay requests.