Florida Pavement Preservation Council


The Florida Pavement Preservation Council is a partnership of agency, industry and academia professionals in Florida focused on the promotion of Pavement Preservation Principles through Education.

FPPC Training
We would like to announce the upcoming training opportunities available to you:

Workshop & Webinar, December 17, 2019

Pavement Preservation Basics – Brochure

The in-person training has a fee of $25 and will be held at:

University of South Florida
Room #202

3808 Alumni Drive
Tampa, FL 33620

Click Here to Register for the in-person training.

The first hour of the training will also be offered for free via GoToWebinar for those who are unable to attend in person. Click Here to Register for the webinar.

For any questions regarding the training please contact Kristin Larsson who works at USF with the Florida LTAP.

Kristin Larsson
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Specifications            Quick Check Guide        Video Library

FPPC Members          FPPC Brochure              FPPC Membership Form

Pavement Preservation Checklist Series

Advisory Board Conference Calls


Vision Statement

The Florida Pavement Preservation Council believes that education in Pavement Preservation Principles will lead to the application of sound and cost effective engineering and business practices and result in improved levels of service to the motoring public.

Mission Statement

The Council will provide ongoing regional education workshops through the National Center for Pavement Preservation for promoting the sound principles and genuine benefits of pavement preservation practices.


The Council firmly adheres to the standards and ethics of honesty, integrity, quality, dedication, inclusiveness and highly developed competency.

Strategic Goals

  • Promote the implementation and benefits of pavement preservation principles through training and education throughout communities in Florida.
  • Provide recommended regional specifications and guidelines for pavement preservation techniques in Florida.
  • Foster beneficial technology transfers between academia, industry, and agencies.


FPPC By-Laws

FPPC Code of Ethics

Local Agency Membership Application
To become a member fill out the Florida Council Contribution Form or use
the Online Application Form.


FPPC Council Meeting

Contact the following for information:


Chris Evers, Coordinator             (727) 638-1699                             email hidden; JavaScript is required
Larry Galehouse, Local Agency Outreach Coordinator                 email hidden; JavaScript is required
NCPP                                             (517) 432-8220                              email hidden; JavaScript is required

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