• Pavement condition inspections using ASTM or State DOT standards,
  • Pavement design using AASHTO new and past design approaches,
  • Pavement management database development and maintenance,
  • Field verification of pavement construction using nondestructive test evaluation equipment,
  • AMRL-certified asphalt binder laboratory,
  • Conduct Simple Performance Test to test the stiffness, resistance to rutting, and resistance to fatigue cracking of asphalt mixtures,
  • Conduct Superpave asphalt mixture design.
  • Traffic sign retroreflectivity measurements,
  • Traffic sign inventory management (SIM) database development as required by FHWA,
  • Field Traffic Data Collection
  • Traffic and Circulation Impact Analysis
  • Travel Demand Model using TransCAD and EMME/2
  • Transportation Corridor Feasibility Study
  • Level of Service (LOS) Analysis using HCS, Traffix, and SYNCHRO
  • Traffic Signal and Interconnect Analysis & Design
  • Work Zone Traffic Control and Transportation Management Plan
  • Traffic Study in accordance with NEPA requirements for environmental documents
  • Wastewater treatment (bench- and pilot-scale treatability studies, process optimization, energy audits)
  • Microbial source tracking (planning, sampling, laboratory analyses, and quantitative bacterial TMDL development) 
  • Assistance in preparing local public agency (LPA) project applications for Federal-aid funds through FHWA,
  • Stormwater management evaluations and systems inspection,
  • Assistance with stormwater permit applications,
  • Budgeting and cost estimates for municipal sewer and stormwater projects.
  • Falling Weight Deflectometer:
    FWDs are test systems for performing non-destructive testing of pavements and other foundation structures. The system develops forces from the acceleration caused by the arrest of a falling weight and these forces are transmitted onto the surface of a structure causing it to deflect as much as it would due to the weight of a passing wheel load. The deformation of the structure is referred to as a "deflection basin" and a series of user positioned velocity sensors automatically determine the amplitude and shape of this deflected basin. The deflection response, when related to the applied loading, can provide information about the strength and condition of the various elements of the pavement structure. Our staff members operate a state-of-the-art JILS Falling Weight Deflectometer which has been used for projects in Europe, the Caribbean and the USA. Our staff have developed numerical procedures for pavement design and is a leading organization in writing software applications. The DAPS software (Deflection Analysis of Pavements).
  • Light Weight Deflectometer:
    LWDs (or dynamic loading plate) enable the determination of appropriate stiffness of pavement foundations (modulus value) is critical in that it allows pavements to be designed using analytical methods and/or methods such as the 1993 AASHTO method. All these methods make use of a foundation modulus value in determination of the pavement structure.

    Many methods exist to provide an estimate of the Efoundation of a road pavement. Methods such as California Bearing Ratio (CBR) testing provide an empirical correlation to a modulus value and have been in use for many years. More recently the Falling Weight Deflectometer (FWD) testing has become the standard for assessing the stiffness of road foundations. However, the use of the FWD requires that the site to be evaluated is relatively easy to access and can be reached with a vehicle/tow vehicle in a reasonably cost effective manner. This is not always possible with remote sites and consequently other methods are needed. This could involve the use of tests such as CBR and empirical correlations.

    However, more recently sophisticated lightweight deflectometers (LWD) have become available that are portable to remote sites, enabling direct computation of Efoundation values.
  • Dynamic Cone Penetrometer:
    This device can help to assess the strength of granular pavement layers including soils and subbase materials.
  • Pavement investigations:
    Can involve a wide range of specimen collection followed by detailed chain- of-custody documentation followed by various lab testing. Testing is supplemented by other studies such as FWD, laser surveys, ground penetrating radar, DCP, light weight deflection testing, etc.

    MMCE has access to a large range of laboratory testing procedures and uses the most sophisticated analysis and integration of results to provide clients with a realistic and meaningful analysis of laboratory test results.