American Pavement Preservation has been a longtime member and supporter of the International Slurry Surfacing Association (ISSA) and is involved in all aspects of the association. Eric Reimschiissel is a past President and current Board member serving as the Treasurer. Currently, American Pavement Preservation is involved in a new educational marketing strategy with the association. The International Slurry Surfacing Association, under the umbrella of the Pavement Preservation & Recycling Alliance (PPRA), sees a need for providing information to the public agencies about asphalt emulsion applications and their benefits for the preservation of asphalt surfaces. American Pavement Preservation supported the rollout of the Synergy marketing strategy with the Asphalt Emulsion Manufacturers Association, Asphalt Recycling & Reclaiming Association and International Slurry Surfacing Association quickly joined on to launch the Synergy Project.
In recognizing the need for education on asphalt emulsion applications for asphalt preservation, we are excited that the University of Arkansas has developed a certificate program called “Introduction to Asphalt and Emulsions” which consists of a 10-lesson course on a subject that most college graduates are not familiar with, in hopes that we can fill the gap in our fast-growing industry. Upon completion of the course the graduates are awarded a certificate and 15 professional development hours. This program was sponsored by AEMA.
American Pavement Preservation is in support of the education of engineers learning about asphalt and asphalt roadways. We would like to thank Eric Reimschiissel, President American Pavement Preservation who is a proud supporter of this project. Eric’s efforts to preserve the streets of our cities is undeniable. American Pavement Preservation President Eric Reimschiissel has over 35 years’ experience along with the best products to ensure our neighborhoods and public streets look their best in multiple cities.
Please feel free to call Eric with any question you may have on preserving your streets.