VICKSBURG, MISS. – ERDCWERX is announcing the following opportunity to collaborate with the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC). Small businesses and other interested parties are invited to submit a brief form to express interest.
ERDCWERX seeks to identify business entities with the capacity to commercialize induction Hot Mix Asphalt (iHMA), a patented pavement repair technology with dual-use potential. Recently recognized with a regional Interagency Partnership Award from the Federal Laboratory Consortium for Technology Transfer, iHMA serves as a rapid method and convenient solution for airfield damage and pothole repairs.
Interested parties are invited to provide input regarding this innovation, its market potential, and its commercialization options including production, distribution, service, supply chain, and licensing. The Pavement Repair Technology Capability Assessment is accepting submissions through Thursday, October 21. There is no requirement to be certified to do business with the federal government in order to submit. For more information, visit www.erdcwerx.org/iHMA.
ERDCWERX encourages those interested in licensing iHMA or other ERDC technologies in construction, protective structures and systems, environment and energy, and other sectors to visit www.ERDCinnovation.org for access to information sheets and application forms.