Highlights: Attractive gateway entry features delineate and demarcate the City of Clermont's downtown, as well as its eastern and western city limit boundaries. In 2018, the city completed the features at the 8th Street entryway into downtown. In 2019, the large towers located on our eastern and western boundaries on State Road 50, one of the most highly trafficked roads in the area, were completed. These structures distinguish Clermont from Groveland to our west and Orange County to our east while reinforcing our theme and brand. The feature at the intersection with Lake Boulevard is on the north side of the road, while the one on 12th Street is on the south side of the road. Standing over 25 feet tall, the towers light up at night and are surrounded by beautiful landscaping and an architectural wall. We're letting everyone know that \"Clermont Welcomes You.\"
Highlights: In July 2018, the City of Clermont completed its first major project in the Master Plan - Victory Pointe. Not only is it a stormwater filtration system to keep Lake Minneola clean, but it's also an urban passive park and event venue. Already it has encouraged development and redevelopment downtown by allowing businesses to maximize their sites. It's also encouraging foot traffic from the Waterfront to our Downtown shops and restaurants.
Abstract:Information on pavement layer thickness is very important for determining bearing capacity, estimating remaining life and strengthening planning. Ground-penetrating radar (GPR) is a nondestructive testing (NDT) method used for determining the continuous pavement layer thickness in the travel direction. The data obtained with GPR in one survey line is suitable for the needs of repair and rehabilitation planning of roads and highways, but not for wider traffic areas such as airfield pavements. Spatial representation of pavement thickness is more useful for airfield pavements but requires a 3D model. In the absence of 3D GPR, a 3D model of pavement thickness can be created by additional processing of GPR data obtained from multiple survey lines. Five 3D models of asphalt pavements were created to determine how different numbers of survey lines affect their accuracy. The distance between survey lines ranges from 1 to 5 m. The accuracy of the 3D models is determined by comparing the asphalt layer thickness on the model with the values measured on 22 cores. The results, as expected, show that the highest accuracy is achieved for the 3D model created with a distance of 1 m between survey lines, with an average relative error of up to 1.5%. The lowest accuracy was obtained for the 3D model created with a distance of 4 m between the survey lines, with an average relative error of 7.4%.Keywords: ground-penetrating radar (GPR); asphalt layer thickness; nondestructive testing (NDT); 3D modelling; spatial representation; airfield pavement; apron
With the release of Drzewiecki Design's Version 2 of their New York Airports X I present to you the first of 3 WT3 packages for these greatly improved updated versions that just released today, 2/21/2018. My version 1 packages WILL NOT work correctly with the new airports so I am needing to remake the route packs for the new version 2.0 hotness! First up on the hit list is the new La Guardia KLGA which has been rebuilt from the ground up with the new 2020 layout and terminal. KLGA is one of the worst airports in the US by popular survey and it has been in a need of a bad face lift for over a decade now. Well it is getting one and is scheduled to be completed in 2020 but we can fly out of it now thanks to DD! 1e1e36bf2d