Delamination’s are pavement distresses between layers of asphalt which often are mistaken for potholes. The difference between the two is the depth of the discrepancy. Potholes are voids that exceed all layers of asphalt resulting in an exposed sub base (usually white). Delaminations can also be very deep, but they do not exceed the depth of the total asphalt Right Of Way. Delamination’s repairs are captured and reported by total square footage required to repair the identified discrepancy.