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Description

This workshop is designed to provide an overview of the available technology and tools that make implementing a pavement preservation program feasible. An effective pavement preservation program encompasses a full range of maintenance strategies, as well as rehabilitation treatments, with the goal of enhancing pavement performance (ride, quality, safety, service life, etc.). Pavement preservation takes the maintenance process one step further by carefully choosing and timing pavement maintenance applications to extend the life of the pavement. Additionally, the workshop will introduce some new preventive maintenance technologies and allow time for specific discussions around attendees needs.

Outline

• Techniques for asphalt pavement evaluation, including pavement condition rating

• Discussion of how to select the best maintenance strategy; choose the right treatment at the right time on the right project and measures to track performance

• Overview of the various maintenance treatments and their construction practices: patching, crack seal/fill, fogseal, chip seal, double chip seal, slurry seal, micro-surfacing, bonded thin overlay, thin overlay, new technologies and processes

*Asset Management concepts in raising your pavement network performance on a limited budget

*Best practices in Pavement Preservation Applications

* Targeted Pavement Preservation Topics specific to the interests of each class attendees

Refund Policy: A refund of the registration fee, minus a $30 cancellation fee, will be made if cancellation is received five working days prior to the workshop. Disability accommodations are available upon request.  REFUNDS are not granted if you cancel on or after the first day of the program. Notice may be faxed to (612) 624-5359.

 

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