Evaluation of Test Methods for Permeability (Transport) and Development of Performance Guidelines for Durability

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General Information
Study Number: TPF-5(179)
Lead Organization: Indiana Department of Transportation
Solicitation Number: 1164
Partners: CO, IADOT, IL, IN, KS, MI, MN, MT, NY, PADOT, WI
Status: Closed
Est. Completion Date:
Contract/Other Number:
Last Updated: Sep 07, 2016
Contract End Date: Sep 01, 2016
Financial Summary
Contract Amount:
Total Commitments Received: $843,000.00
100% SP&R Approval: Approved
Contact Information
Lead Study Contact(s): Tommy Nantung
tnantung@indot.in.gov
Phone: 765-463-1521 ext 248
FHWA Technical Liaison(s): Suneel Vanikar
suneel.vanikar@fhwa.dot.gov
Phone: 202-366-0120
Organization Year Commitments Technical Contact Name Funding Contact Name Contact Number Email Address
Colorado Department of Transportation 2012 $0.00
Illinois Department of Transportation 2007 $12,000.00 James Krstulovich Megan Swanson 217-782-3547 Megan.Swanson@illinois.gov
Illinois Department of Transportation 2008 $25,000.00 James Krstulovich Megan Swanson 217-782-3547 Megan.Swanson@illinois.gov
Illinois Department of Transportation 2009 $25,000.00 James Krstulovich Megan Swanson 217-782-3547 Megan.Swanson@illinois.gov
Illinois Department of Transportation 2010 $25,000.00 James Krstulovich Megan Swanson 217-782-3547 Megan.Swanson@illinois.gov
Indiana Department of Transportation 2007 $25,000.00 Tommy Nantung Tommy Nantung 765-463-1521 ext 248 tnantung@indot.in.gov
Indiana Department of Transportation 2008 $25,000.00 Tommy Nantung Tommy Nantung 765-463-1521 ext 248 tnantung@indot.in.gov
Indiana Department of Transportation 2009 $25,000.00 Tommy Nantung Tommy Nantung 765-463-1521 ext 248 tnantung@indot.in.gov
Indiana Department of Transportation 2010 $12,000.00 Tommy Nantung Tommy Nantung 765-463-1521 ext 248 tnantung@indot.in.gov
Iowa Department of Transportation 2008 $25,000.00 Todd Hanson Cheryl Cowie 515-239-1447 Cheryl.Cowie@iowadot.us
Iowa Department of Transportation 2009 $25,000.00 Todd Hanson Cheryl Cowie 515-239-1447 Cheryl.Cowie@iowadot.us
Iowa Department of Transportation 2010 $25,000.00 Todd Hanson Cheryl Cowie 515-239-1447 Cheryl.Cowie@iowadot.us
Iowa Department of Transportation 2011 $12,000.00 Todd Hanson Cheryl Cowie 515-239-1447 Cheryl.Cowie@iowadot.us
Kansas Department of Transportation 2008 $25,000.00 Rodney Montney Rodney Montney 785-291-3844 rodney@ksdot.org
Kansas Department of Transportation 2009 $25,000.00 Rodney Montney Rodney Montney 785-291-3844 rodney@ksdot.org
Kansas Department of Transportation 2010 $25,000.00 Rodney Montney Rodney Montney 785-291-3844 rodney@ksdot.org
Kansas Department of Transportation 2011 $12,000.00 Rodney Montney Rodney Montney 785-291-3844 rodney@ksdot.org
Michigan Department of Transportation 2008 $25,000.00 Samara Sears-Bartz Andre' Clover 517-749-9001 clovera@michigan.gov
Michigan Department of Transportation 2009 $25,000.00 Samara Sears-Bartz Andre' Clover 517-749-9001 clovera@michigan.gov
Michigan Department of Transportation 2010 $25,000.00 Samara Sears-Bartz Andre' Clover 517-749-9001 clovera@michigan.gov
Michigan Department of Transportation 2011 $12,000.00 Samara Sears-Bartz Andre' Clover 517-749-9001 clovera@michigan.gov
Minnesota Department of Transportation 2008 $25,000.00 Bernard Izevbekhai Lisa Jansen 651-366-3779 lisa.jansen@state.mn.us
Minnesota Department of Transportation 2009 $25,000.00 Bernard Izevbekhai Lisa Jansen 651-366-3779 lisa.jansen@state.mn.us
Minnesota Department of Transportation 2010 $25,000.00 Bernard Izevbekhai Lisa Jansen 651-366-3779 lisa.jansen@state.mn.us
Minnesota Department of Transportation 2011 $12,000.00 Bernard Izevbekhai Lisa Jansen 651-366-3779 lisa.jansen@state.mn.us
Montana Department of Transportation 2007 $0.00 Kent Barnes Susan Sillick 406-444-7693 ssillick@mt.gov
Montana Department of Transportation 2008 $25,000.00 Kent Barnes Susan Sillick 406-444-7693 ssillick@mt.gov
Montana Department of Transportation 2009 $25,000.00 Kent Barnes Susan Sillick 406-444-7693 ssillick@mt.gov
Montana Department of Transportation 2010 $25,000.00 Kent Barnes Susan Sillick 406-444-7693 ssillick@mt.gov
Montana Department of Transportation 2011 $12,000.00 Kent Barnes Susan Sillick 406-444-7693 ssillick@mt.gov
New York State Department of Transportation 2008 $25,000.00 Donald Streeter Gary Frederick 518-457-4645 gary.frederick@dot.ny.gov
New York State Department of Transportation 2009 $25,000.00 Donald Streeter Gary Frederick 518-457-4645 gary.frederick@dot.ny.gov
New York State Department of Transportation 2010 $25,000.00 Donald Streeter Gary Frederick 518-457-4645 gary.frederick@dot.ny.gov
New York State Department of Transportation 2011 $12,000.00 Donald Streeter Gary Frederick 518-457-4645 gary.frederick@dot.ny.gov
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation 2007 $25,000.00 Patricia Baer Lisa Tarson (717) 705-2202 ltarson@pa.gov
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation 2008 $25,000.00 Patricia Baer Lisa Tarson (717) 705-2202 ltarson@pa.gov
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation 2009 $25,000.00 Patricia Baer Lisa Tarson (717) 705-2202 ltarson@pa.gov
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation 2010 $12,000.00 Patricia Baer Lisa Tarson (717) 705-2202 ltarson@pa.gov
Wisconsin Department of Transportation 2009 $30,000.00 James Parry Lori Richter 608-264-8435 lori.richter@dot.wi.gov
Wisconsin Department of Transportation 2011 $15,000.00 James Parry Lori Richter 608-264-8435 lori.richter@dot.wi.gov
Wisconsin Department of Transportation 2012 $15,000.00 James Parry Lori Richter 608-264-8435 lori.richter@dot.wi.gov

Study Description

Historically concrete has been specified and placed using prescriptive specifications. As a result DOT specifications for concrete pavements and bridge decks typically contain a specified compressive strength and prescriptive limitations on water-to-cement ratios, minimum cement contents, and supplementary cementitious addition rates. This project will investigate whether an alternative to these prescriptive limits can be developed.

With the support of the FHWA, states and agencies have begun the shift from prescriptive specifications to end result and performance based specifications. Recently completed projects using performance related specifications demonstrate great potential for this approach. Performance specifications provide contractors with incentives to improve their mixture designs and construction practices by linking the properties of the concrete with the anticipated performance and value of the constructed facility.

Although several states have begun experimenting with performance specifications, rapid advancement is limited by a lack of confidence in testing procedures that can evaluate concrete durability in a rapid, consistent basis for mixture qualification or use in quality control practices. One deficiency is the lack of a test procedure to evaluate the permeability (or transport) properties of concrete.

This project will meet this need by evaluating existing tests to evaluate the permeability (or more broadly a materials resistance to fluid and ion transport) test methods that can be used with performance based/related specifications. In addition, new or revised testing procedures will be developed to enable states and agencies to obtain rapid, reliable material properties for the concrete they are using that are related to long-term performance. A set of guidelines will also be developed that will enable states and agencies to implement these test procedures and to use these test procedures in the specification process.

Objectives

The primary purpose of this project is to develop a test procedure that directly evaluates the permeability (transport properties) of concrete and relates these to anticipated performance with the use of exposure conditions. This consists of the following distinct objectives:

o Evaluation of existing permeability (transport) test procedures.

o Development of new, or improvement of existing test, procedures to evaluate permeability (transport) properties of concrete.

o Correlation between permeability (transport) properties and measured material response to existing durability tests.

o Develop guidelines to relate permeability, exposure conditions, and field performance for use in specifications and quality control processes.

Scope of Work

This work will consist of six main phases:

Phase I: Literature Review of Concrete Permeability (Transport) Test Procedures and Models that Link Tests with Performance

Phase II: Evaluate Promising Concrete Permeability (Transport) Tests and Recommend Procedures for Further Use

Phase III: Develop New or Improve Existing Permeability (Transport) Testing Procedures. Develop Protocols to Use these Tests, Evaluate the Precision and Bias of these Tests

Phase IV: Correlate Permeability (Transport) Tests with Laboratory Tests that Evaluate Durability

Phase V: Develop Performance Criteria Guidelines that Relate Permeability (Transport) Tests with Exposure Conditions and Performance

Phase VI: Preparation of Technology Transfer and Educational Materials

Comments

This study will provide states and agencies with a testing procedure(s) to evaluate the permeability (transport) properties of concrete. These test procedures can be used to relate the quality of concrete with how it may perform in the field under specific exposure conditions. Agencies and states will benefit from a process that correlates `permeability performance tests¿ with `exposure conditions¿ to develop a performance based specification. The benefit of performing this study through a multi-state pooled fund effort resides in the synergistic efforts in test development, evaluation of results, and experiences of each state and agency.

Participating states to commit $25,000 each year for the first three years and $12,000 for the fourth year. It is anticipated that nine states will be involved in this study.

Documents Attached
Title File/Link Type Privacy Download
TPF-5(179) Closeout Letter TPF-5(179) Closeout Letter - Signed.pdf Memorandum Public
TPF-5(179) Closeout Funding Spreadsheet TPF-5(179) Close Out Funding Spreadsheet.pdf Other Public
Quarterly Report: July - September 2008 quarterly_report_2008-09-30.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report: October - December 2008 quarterly_report_2008-12-31.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly report: April - June 2009 quarterly_report_2009-06-30.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report: January - March 2009 quarterly_report_2009-03-31.pps Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report: July - September 2009 quarterly_report_2009-09-30.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report: October - December 2009 quarterly_report_2009-12-31.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report: January - March 2010 TPF-5-179-Quarterly_Progress_Report_7.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report: January - March 2011 TPF-5(179)-QPR-03-2011.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly report: April - June 2011 TPF-5(179)-QPR-04-2011.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
July-September 2011 TPF-5(179)-QPR-01-2012.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report: January 2012 - March 2012 TPF-5(179)-QPR-01-2012.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report: March - June 2012 TPF-5(179)-QPR-04-2012.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report: October - December 2012 TPF-5(179)-QPR-02-2013.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report: January - March 2013 TPF-5(179)-QPR-03-2013.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Progress Report: April - June 2013 https://www.dropbox.com/s/nh98dyap09vce39/QPR-TPF-Apr-June2013-PurdueNRMCA.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Progress Report: July - September 2013 https://www.dropbox.com/s/vx98pfwqcsuorwl/TPF-Jul-Sept%202013-NRMCA%20PURDUE.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Progress Report: October - December 2013 https://www.dropbox.com/s/3stuh14uzu35wv0/TPF-%20Oct-Dec%202013-Purdue%20NRMCA.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Progress Report: January - March 2014 https://www.dropbox.com/s/8m6bk0c6rl5rr2p/TPF-Jan-Mar%202014_PurdueNRMCA.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Progress Report: April - June 2014 TPF-5(179) QPR for April to June 2014.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public

Evaluation of Test Methods for Permeability (Transport) and Development of Performance Guidelines for Durability

General Information
Study Number: TPF-5(179)
Lead Organization: Indiana Department of Transportation
Solicitation Number: 1164
Partners: CO, IADOT, IL, IN, KS, MI, MN, MT, NY, PADOT, WI
Status: Closed
Est. Completion Date:
Contract/Other Number:
Last Updated: Sep 07, 2016
Contract End Date: Sep 01, 2016
Financial Summary
Contract Amount:
Total Commitments Received: $843,000.00
100% SP&R Approval:
Contact Information
Lead Study Contact(s): Tommy Nantung
tnantung@indot.in.gov
Phone: 765-463-1521 ext 248
FHWA Technical Liaison(s): Suneel Vanikar
suneel.vanikar@fhwa.dot.gov
Phone: 202-366-0120
Commitments by Organizations
Organization Year Commitments Technical Contact Name Funding Contact Name Contact Number Email Address
Colorado Department of Transportation 2012 $0.00
Illinois Department of Transportation 2007 $12,000.00 James Krstulovich Megan Swanson 217-782-3547 Megan.Swanson@illinois.gov
Illinois Department of Transportation 2008 $25,000.00 James Krstulovich Megan Swanson 217-782-3547 Megan.Swanson@illinois.gov
Illinois Department of Transportation 2009 $25,000.00 James Krstulovich Megan Swanson 217-782-3547 Megan.Swanson@illinois.gov
Illinois Department of Transportation 2010 $25,000.00 James Krstulovich Megan Swanson 217-782-3547 Megan.Swanson@illinois.gov
Indiana Department of Transportation 2007 $25,000.00 Tommy Nantung Tommy Nantung 765-463-1521 ext 248 tnantung@indot.in.gov
Indiana Department of Transportation 2008 $25,000.00 Tommy Nantung Tommy Nantung 765-463-1521 ext 248 tnantung@indot.in.gov
Indiana Department of Transportation 2009 $25,000.00 Tommy Nantung Tommy Nantung 765-463-1521 ext 248 tnantung@indot.in.gov
Indiana Department of Transportation 2010 $12,000.00 Tommy Nantung Tommy Nantung 765-463-1521 ext 248 tnantung@indot.in.gov
Iowa Department of Transportation 2008 $25,000.00 Todd Hanson Cheryl Cowie 515-239-1447 Cheryl.Cowie@iowadot.us
Iowa Department of Transportation 2009 $25,000.00 Todd Hanson Cheryl Cowie 515-239-1447 Cheryl.Cowie@iowadot.us
Iowa Department of Transportation 2010 $25,000.00 Todd Hanson Cheryl Cowie 515-239-1447 Cheryl.Cowie@iowadot.us
Iowa Department of Transportation 2011 $12,000.00 Todd Hanson Cheryl Cowie 515-239-1447 Cheryl.Cowie@iowadot.us
Kansas Department of Transportation 2008 $25,000.00 Rodney Montney Rodney Montney 785-291-3844 rodney@ksdot.org
Kansas Department of Transportation 2009 $25,000.00 Rodney Montney Rodney Montney 785-291-3844 rodney@ksdot.org
Kansas Department of Transportation 2010 $25,000.00 Rodney Montney Rodney Montney 785-291-3844 rodney@ksdot.org
Kansas Department of Transportation 2011 $12,000.00 Rodney Montney Rodney Montney 785-291-3844 rodney@ksdot.org
Michigan Department of Transportation 2008 $25,000.00 Samara Sears-Bartz Andre' Clover 517-749-9001 clovera@michigan.gov
Michigan Department of Transportation 2009 $25,000.00 Samara Sears-Bartz Andre' Clover 517-749-9001 clovera@michigan.gov
Michigan Department of Transportation 2010 $25,000.00 Samara Sears-Bartz Andre' Clover 517-749-9001 clovera@michigan.gov
Michigan Department of Transportation 2011 $12,000.00 Samara Sears-Bartz Andre' Clover 517-749-9001 clovera@michigan.gov
Minnesota Department of Transportation 2008 $25,000.00 Bernard Izevbekhai Lisa Jansen 651-366-3779 lisa.jansen@state.mn.us
Minnesota Department of Transportation 2009 $25,000.00 Bernard Izevbekhai Lisa Jansen 651-366-3779 lisa.jansen@state.mn.us
Minnesota Department of Transportation 2010 $25,000.00 Bernard Izevbekhai Lisa Jansen 651-366-3779 lisa.jansen@state.mn.us
Minnesota Department of Transportation 2011 $12,000.00 Bernard Izevbekhai Lisa Jansen 651-366-3779 lisa.jansen@state.mn.us
Montana Department of Transportation 2007 $0.00 Kent Barnes Susan Sillick 406-444-7693 ssillick@mt.gov
Montana Department of Transportation 2008 $25,000.00 Kent Barnes Susan Sillick 406-444-7693 ssillick@mt.gov
Montana Department of Transportation 2009 $25,000.00 Kent Barnes Susan Sillick 406-444-7693 ssillick@mt.gov
Montana Department of Transportation 2010 $25,000.00 Kent Barnes Susan Sillick 406-444-7693 ssillick@mt.gov
Montana Department of Transportation 2011 $12,000.00 Kent Barnes Susan Sillick 406-444-7693 ssillick@mt.gov
New York State Department of Transportation 2008 $25,000.00 Donald Streeter Gary Frederick 518-457-4645 gary.frederick@dot.ny.gov
New York State Department of Transportation 2009 $25,000.00 Donald Streeter Gary Frederick 518-457-4645 gary.frederick@dot.ny.gov
New York State Department of Transportation 2010 $25,000.00 Donald Streeter Gary Frederick 518-457-4645 gary.frederick@dot.ny.gov
New York State Department of Transportation 2011 $12,000.00 Donald Streeter Gary Frederick 518-457-4645 gary.frederick@dot.ny.gov
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation 2007 $25,000.00 Patricia Baer Lisa Tarson (717) 705-2202 ltarson@pa.gov
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation 2008 $25,000.00 Patricia Baer Lisa Tarson (717) 705-2202 ltarson@pa.gov
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation 2009 $25,000.00 Patricia Baer Lisa Tarson (717) 705-2202 ltarson@pa.gov
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation 2010 $12,000.00 Patricia Baer Lisa Tarson (717) 705-2202 ltarson@pa.gov
Wisconsin Department of Transportation 2009 $30,000.00 James Parry Lori Richter 608-264-8435 lori.richter@dot.wi.gov
Wisconsin Department of Transportation 2011 $15,000.00 James Parry Lori Richter 608-264-8435 lori.richter@dot.wi.gov
Wisconsin Department of Transportation 2012 $15,000.00 James Parry Lori Richter 608-264-8435 lori.richter@dot.wi.gov

Study Description

Study Description

Historically concrete has been specified and placed using prescriptive specifications. As a result DOT specifications for concrete pavements and bridge decks typically contain a specified compressive strength and prescriptive limitations on water-to-cement ratios, minimum cement contents, and supplementary cementitious addition rates. This project will investigate whether an alternative to these prescriptive limits can be developed.

With the support of the FHWA, states and agencies have begun the shift from prescriptive specifications to end result and performance based specifications. Recently completed projects using performance related specifications demonstrate great potential for this approach. Performance specifications provide contractors with incentives to improve their mixture designs and construction practices by linking the properties of the concrete with the anticipated performance and value of the constructed facility.

Although several states have begun experimenting with performance specifications, rapid advancement is limited by a lack of confidence in testing procedures that can evaluate concrete durability in a rapid, consistent basis for mixture qualification or use in quality control practices. One deficiency is the lack of a test procedure to evaluate the permeability (or transport) properties of concrete.

This project will meet this need by evaluating existing tests to evaluate the permeability (or more broadly a materials resistance to fluid and ion transport) test methods that can be used with performance based/related specifications. In addition, new or revised testing procedures will be developed to enable states and agencies to obtain rapid, reliable material properties for the concrete they are using that are related to long-term performance. A set of guidelines will also be developed that will enable states and agencies to implement these test procedures and to use these test procedures in the specification process.

Objectives

The primary purpose of this project is to develop a test procedure that directly evaluates the permeability (transport properties) of concrete and relates these to anticipated performance with the use of exposure conditions. This consists of the following distinct objectives:

o Evaluation of existing permeability (transport) test procedures.

o Development of new, or improvement of existing test, procedures to evaluate permeability (transport) properties of concrete.

o Correlation between permeability (transport) properties and measured material response to existing durability tests.

o Develop guidelines to relate permeability, exposure conditions, and field performance for use in specifications and quality control processes.

Scope of Work

This work will consist of six main phases:

Phase I: Literature Review of Concrete Permeability (Transport) Test Procedures and Models that Link Tests with Performance

Phase II: Evaluate Promising Concrete Permeability (Transport) Tests and Recommend Procedures for Further Use

Phase III: Develop New or Improve Existing Permeability (Transport) Testing Procedures. Develop Protocols to Use these Tests, Evaluate the Precision and Bias of these Tests

Phase IV: Correlate Permeability (Transport) Tests with Laboratory Tests that Evaluate Durability

Phase V: Develop Performance Criteria Guidelines that Relate Permeability (Transport) Tests with Exposure Conditions and Performance

Phase VI: Preparation of Technology Transfer and Educational Materials

Comments

This study will provide states and agencies with a testing procedure(s) to evaluate the permeability (transport) properties of concrete. These test procedures can be used to relate the quality of concrete with how it may perform in the field under specific exposure conditions. Agencies and states will benefit from a process that correlates `permeability performance tests¿ with `exposure conditions¿ to develop a performance based specification. The benefit of performing this study through a multi-state pooled fund effort resides in the synergistic efforts in test development, evaluation of results, and experiences of each state and agency.

Participating states to commit $25,000 each year for the first three years and $12,000 for the fourth year. It is anticipated that nine states will be involved in this study.

Title File/Link Type Private
TPF-5(179) Closeout Letter TPF-5(179) Closeout Letter - Signed.pdf Memorandum Public
TPF-5(179) Closeout Funding Spreadsheet TPF-5(179) Close Out Funding Spreadsheet.pdf Other Public
Quarterly Report: July - September 2008 quarterly_report_2008-09-30.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report: October - December 2008 quarterly_report_2008-12-31.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly report: April - June 2009 quarterly_report_2009-06-30.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report: January - March 2009 quarterly_report_2009-03-31.pps Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report: July - September 2009 quarterly_report_2009-09-30.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report: October - December 2009 quarterly_report_2009-12-31.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report: January - March 2010 TPF-5-179-Quarterly_Progress_Report_7.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report: January - March 2011 TPF-5(179)-QPR-03-2011.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly report: April - June 2011 TPF-5(179)-QPR-04-2011.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
July-September 2011 TPF-5(179)-QPR-01-2012.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report: January 2012 - March 2012 TPF-5(179)-QPR-01-2012.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report: March - June 2012 TPF-5(179)-QPR-04-2012.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report: October - December 2012 TPF-5(179)-QPR-02-2013.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report: January - March 2013 TPF-5(179)-QPR-03-2013.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Progress Report: April - June 2013 Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Progress Report: July - September 2013 Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Progress Report: October - December 2013 Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Progress Report: January - March 2014 Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Progress Report: April - June 2014 TPF-5(179) QPR for April to June 2014.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public

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