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Ken Holton, P.E.

After majoring in environmental engineering at the University of Florida, Kenneth Holton, P.E. served as a municipal engineer for 24 years, managing 1,200 miles of roadway. The robust pavement management program he developed while there incorporated all levels of pavement preservation including recycling and reconstruction. He is an acknowledged industry leader in this area, and played in instrumental role in the development of the PAVER pavement management software. Ken is currently working as a technical consultant with PTI, where he helps agencies secure proven, sustainable technologies for America’s roadways. He remains actively involved with the American Public Works Association (APWA) and the National Center for Pavement Preservation, and is a founding member of the Florida Pavement Preservation Council.

Asphalt Surface Treatments

Posted on: 01 Jul 2021

What comes to mind when you hear the words asphalt surface treatments?  The term asphalt surface treatments is used to cover a vast range of materials that are typically surface coatings made up of materials using asphalt emulsions and often-times a combination of asphalt emulsions and aggregates.  Typically, these materials are placed in a thin […]

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NEWS ALERT – Charleston County, SC Testing TiO2 Treatment

Posted on: 30 Apr 2021

Charleston County, SC, recently launched a pilot program using PTI’s A.R.A.‑1 Ti® asphalt rejuvenator sealer to treat Lowcountry roadways.

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How Asphalt Pavement Preservation and Rejuvenation Saves Money

Posted on: 24 Nov 2020

If pavement preservation and maintenance is your responsibility, ponder for a moment: What is my goal in managing the pavement asset I am responsible for? Am I merely attempting to prolong (at any cost) the time interval between resurfacing cycles? Am I attempting to satisfy a political agenda? Am I being pressured to implement maintenance […]

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What Method of Pavement Preservation Works Best?

Posted on: 06 Apr 2020

We see and use them every day, and yet we totally underestimate their value. Most people never give them a second thought. But let them get rough or cause damage to our vehicles, and suddenly we take notice. I am of course describing our pavements…the path that runs through our communities, the ribbon that ties […]

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