*FREE* Pavement Preservation - Grand Junction
Event Date: 4/25/2018 - 4/26/2018
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Western Colorado Community College
2508 Blichmann Ave. Community Education Center, Rm. 151
Grand Junction, Colorado
This training is ideal for roadway construction and maintenance teams, specifically workers, designers, or inspectors involved in the placement of pavement preservation treatments. It will cover integrating pavement management to selecting pavements for preventative maintenance.
- Impact of Pavement Preservation on your Pavement Management System
- Influence of Pavement Condition on Project Selection
- Evaluating Pavements
- Preventative Maintenance Treatments
- Identifying Feasible Treatments and Strategies
- Determining the Most Appropriate Strategy
- EDC-4: Pavement Preservation - When, Where, and How Update
This is a course in the Roads Scholar II course track Transportation Management Focus area.
This class is being offered for free to government agencies. Register now to secure your spot! Private agencies can register for only $25 per person.
Please be considerate of those on the waiting list, cancel early if necessary.
In order to receive credit for this class, attendees must stay until the end when it is dismissed by the instructor and class certificates are awarded.
Jason Dietz and Dave Johnson together have a wide expertise and background in Pavement Preservation. Mr. Dietz has worked for the FHWA for 23 years in various field-engineering positions in two states, Washington D.C., Central and Eastern Federal Lands, and now the Pavement and Materials Technical Service Team at the FHWA Resource Center in Lakewood, CO. He is actively involved in developing, improving and implementing technologies for pavement and materials and has also been actively involved in design, construction, pavement management, pavement preservation, testing and rehabilitation of asphalt and concrete pavements.
Mr. Johnson has 13 years of experience in mechanical and heavy civil construction, and over 20 years of experience in pavements. He has completed extensive research at the MSU in Bozeman on pavement design, construction, and quality. Mr. Johnson is a registered Professional Engineer in Montana.