The South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) has awarded Fugro a 5-year contract to conduct pavement data collection and condition assessment services.
This award marks the second consecutive time SCDOT has selected Fugro for this work—a significant show of confidence that aligns with the agency’s efforts to improve the safety and reliability of their extensive road network.
As with the previous contract, Fugro will employ their advanced ARAN survey vehicles to collect highly accurate Geo‑data across 24,000 miles of state roads annually. That’s a little more than half of South Carolina’s state-maintained road system. Fugro ARAN vehicles operate at highway speeds and are equipped with high‑resolution cameras and other advanced sensors to measure attributes like roughness, cracking and faulting. Once analysed and ingested into the state’s pavement management system, this information is used to refine existing deterioration models so that engineers can fix the right road at the right time. The result is a more efficient pavement preservation programme that extends the roadway network in the most economical way possible.
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