- CAIT Main
- Infrastructure Areas
- Program Sites
- ANDERS - Automated Nondestructive Evaluation and Rehabilitation System
- BEAST - Bridge Evaluation and Accelerated Structural Testing
- CAES - Center for Advanced Energy Systems
- FMP - Freight and Maritime Program
- ICMP - Infrastructure Condition Monitoring Program
- IMG - Information Management Group
- LESS - Laboratory for Energy Smart Systems
- LPS - Laboratory for Port Security
- LTBP - Long-Term Bridge Performance Program
- NJ LTAP - NJ Local Technical Assistance Program
- PRP - Pavement Resource Program
- PSSP - Pipeline Safety and Security Program
- SAM - Structures and Advanced Materials
- SSML - Soil and Sediment Management Laboratory
- TSRC - Transportation Safety Resource Center
- TTG - Technology Transfer Group
Updates & Features
RABIT™ Wins ASCE Innovation Award
December 19, 2013 –
ICMP Director Nenad Gucunski Named "Faculty of the Year" by SOE Dean
SOE Dean Thomas Farris will honor Dr. Nenad Gucunski for his scholarship, teaching, and service in an awards ceremony and reception on April 5, 2013.
NIST Award for $17.9 Million Bridge Deck Project
Research to Advance NDE Bridge Deck Evaluation and New Repair TechnologiesCAIT’s Infrastructure Condition Monitoring Program (ICMP) was awarded a U.S. Commerce Department grant that will support a $17.9 million project aimed at improving bridge maintenance and safety. Funding came from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) under its Technology Innovation Program (TIP).
ICMP Gets SHRP2 Contract to Research NDE of Bridge Decks
An important research contract to audit NDE technologies and evaluate their capabilities and limitations was awarded to CAIT’s Infrastructure Condition Monitoring Program (ICMP) In March. The $750,000 grant is from the National Academies, National Academy of Sciences, Strategic Highway Research Program II (SHRP2).
The biggest problems bridge engineers face are associated with bridge deck deterioration. With the ever-increasing need to stretch funds available to fix our aging infrastructure, it is more important than ever that highway agencies be able to accurately evaluate bridge deck condition.