FP2‘s Mission is Advocacy for Pavement Preservation

A major mission of of FP2 Inc. is to educate elected officials — and to support legislative efforts — that increase the awareness of the benefits of pavement preservation. We also seek to enhance FHWA and state DOT abilities to fund such programs at both the national and state levels.

“Inside the Beltway” — in this era of national surface transportation program reauthorization — FP2 Inc. has been working hard to make sure pavement preservation is included in a fresh, new reauthorization of the federal program. We undertake outreach to Congress and give our members and allies the tools they need to advocate for pavement preservation through their own elected officials.

Assisting us in this national advocacy is our consultant in Washington, D.C., Williams & Jensen LLC.

FP2 Inc. is a non-profit trade association organized under the Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)6, and is supported by the pavement preservation industry, contractors, material suppliers and equipment manufacturers. To promote pavement preservation we work in close cooperation with FHWA, the National Center for Pavement Preservation (NCPP), and regional pavement preservation partnerships and state-based pavement preservation centers.

FP2 Inc. supporters are passionate about promoting the importance of protecting and preserving the huge investment in pavement infrastructure.

There’s a place for you in all of this. Please consider taking an active role in FP2’s activities and help us fight to make pavement preservation part of national surface transportation reauthorization, as well as part of state, county and municipal programs nationwide.