Consortium Program Manager

Adam (Troy) Pauli
Lead Scientist
Transportation Technology

(307) 721-2439


Consortium Partners

Consortium Partners_Click to Enlarge Dr. Hussain Bahia Mr. Michael Harnsberger Dr. Dallas Little Dr. Peter Sebaaly Dr. Ramon Bonaquist Dr. Raymond Robertson Click on picture to expand

Left to Right: Mr. Michael Harnsberger, Dr. Hussain Bahia, Dr. Dallas Little, Dr. Peter Sebaaly, Dr. Ramon Bonaquist, and Dr. Raymond Robertson.


A Closer Look: Consortium Partners Profile

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Western Research Institute

Lead Contractor

WRI is a Laramie, Wyoming, research and technology development organization with expertise in asphalt materials characterization (asphalt-aggregate-additives), refinery operations, field testing, method development and new technology applications.

WRI Personnel Bios.


Texas A&M University

Texas A&M is home to the largest university-affiliated transportation research center in the country and brings to the consortium expertise in asphalt–aggregate interactions, concrete, soils, mix formulation, chemical, structural and geometric engineering, and traffic and safety.

Texas A&M Personnel Bios.


University of Wisconsin-Madison

The UW-M Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering provides national expertise in rheology, polymer modification of asphalt, pavement analysis and failure testing, instrumentation, structural and geometric design engineering, and constructability.

UWM Personnel Bios.


University of Nevada-Reno

The UN-R Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering brings the resources of one of the leading programs in transportation, pavement, and materials, with specialized expertise in road-to-vehicle interaction and structural and geometric design engineering.

UNR Personnel Bios.


Advanced Asphalt Technologies

Advanced Asphalt Technologies, LLC, (AAT) is a specialized engineering company headquartered in Sterling, Virginia, that brings expertise in asphalt materials testing, modeling, design and engineering, polymer modification, field technology, and fast-tracking.

AAT Personnel Bios.


National Center for Asphalt Technology

The National Center for Asphalt Technology (NCAT) was created in 1986 through an agreement between the National Asphalt Pavement Association (NAPA) Research and Education Foundation and Auburn University to improve pavements and ensure the hot mix asphalt industry is able to effectively maintain more than two million miles of asphalt surface in the U.S. NCAT is a world leader and authority in hot mix asphalt research, development, technology, and education in the areas of: Structural Design; Construction Methods; Materials and Testing; Performance Measurement and Prediction; Pavement Preservation, Rehabilitation, Recycling, and Maintenance; and Environment and Highway Safety.

NCAT Personnel Bios.

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