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2010—ASCE Releases National Design Standard for Interlocking Concrete Pavement The American Society of Civil Engineers released ASCE/ANSI 58-10 Structural Design of Interlocking Concrete Pavement for Municipal Streets and Roadways. This includes structural design method and base/ subbase thickness tables using unbound and bound (stabilized) aggregate bases. The design method uses the First issued in 2010 and reaffirmed flexible pavement design method in 2016, ASCE published a developed structural design method based published in 1993 on AASHTO flexible pavement design methodology. by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials. ICPI published a Tech Spec technical bulletin explaining the design method with tables. ICPI also made Excel-based design software available on its website, www.icpi.org. These resources provide a high degree of confidence to civil engineers in designing bases for interlocking concrete pavements for roads. 2012—ICPI Logo Refreshed and Rebranded As part of rebranding, ICPI replaced its logo and opened its third website version graphically aligned with the logo as well as publications. 2013—Office Condo Purchase After comparing the costs of renting to owning, ICPI purchased about 4,000 sf (372 m 2 ) of unfinished office condominium space in Chantilly, VA. ICPI members raised about a third of the design and construction expense as down payment on a ten-year mortgage. The finished office space includes offices and work stations for twelve staff plus a conference room and workroom. Thanks to a generous down payment and a low mortgage interest rate, ownership reduced office space costs by about $40,000 per year. ICPI offices in Chantilly, Virginia near Dulles International Airport 3 2 • I C P I C O M M E M O R AT I V E P U B L I C AT I O N