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NRMCA, ASCE to Offer Design of Concrete Pavement Course in Denver

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In its ever expanding mission to inform and educate on the proper means and methods to design and detail concrete pavements, NRMCA has joined forces with the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) to teach a two-day, intensive course on the design and construction of concrete pavement. The next offering of this course will be in Denver on September 11-12. Personnel from state, city and county government, consulting firms and military installations are encouraged to attend. Currently, there are courses scheduled in Cincinnati (November) of this year and one scheduled in Orlando (March) for the first quarter of 2015. Planning for courses in the remaining quarters of 2015 will be conducted later this year.
The courses are taught by NRMCA Vice President Pavement Structures Brian Killingsworth and Director of Pavement Structures Amanda Hult. The course covers the design and construction of pavement for parking lots, city streets and higher volume facilities using conventional concrete, overlays, roller compacted concrete and pervious concrete. Attendees receive copies of NRMCA Concrete Pavement Analyst software as well as the NRMCA Rigid Pavement Technical Assistance Guide for Local Jurisdictions.

This partnership with ASCE opens avenues to reach designers and decision makers to NRMCA for technology transfer and the introduction of innovative rigid pavement materials for various applications.

See the ASCE continuing education Web site to register for upcoming courses or contact Brian Killingsworth at for more information.

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