Perpetual Pavements


A Perpetual Pavement is defined as an asphalt pavement designed and built to last longer than 50 years without requiring major structural rehabilitation or reconstruction, and needing only periodic surface renewal in response to distresses confined to the top of the pavement (APA, 2002).

More information about Perpetual Pavements can be found via these resources below.


To date, the State of Michigan has won several Perpetual Pavement awards since the awards inception in 2001. Check out the awards by following the link below.