Kontroll och uppföljning av entreprenader - del 2, tillståndsutveckling, mätfel och risker: Vägytemätning med mätbil

Thomas Lundberg
Christian Glantz

The Swedish Transport Administration aims to increase the number of design build contracts. To get a functioning control device around the contracts, well defined requirements must be set for the warranty period of the road. In this survey we focus on functional requirements that are set for design build contracts and which can be checked by means of a road surface testing.

In the report, measurement errors are highlighted in object measurement (control measurement). The measurement error is divided into different components: random, systematic and variation between different suppliers. Risk assessment is also discussed where calculations of the risk of error assessment of a section are presented.

Finally, it is presented how the results of the condition (evenness) affect the future development of the road and what initial values we can expect from a design build contract and maintenance work. We see that a road of good evenness, longitudinally and transversally, gives a lower development rate during the life of the road.



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