Growing Interest Seen in Concrete Pavement Education Webinar Series
Interest in the NRMCA Concrete Pavement Education Series continues to grow as the third installment, Soils 101: What to Know for a Successful Paving Project, drew a record number of registrants, causing the webinar to reach full capacity at 500 attendees! Local Paving Division Head Brian Killingsworth, P.E. and Senior Director Luke McHugh, P.E. co-hosted the presentation.
“The response to this program has been phenomenal,” said Senior Vice President, Local Paving, Phil Kresge. “We are averaging about 80% participation of total registrants. But more importantly, we are running nearly 92% interest from attendees during the programs.”
The audience has predominantly been a mix of engineers from both the public and private sectors, along with contractors, ready mixed concrete producers and other industry representatives. The weekly programs are held each Thursday at 2 p.m. Eastern time and are free to attend. The fourth webinar in the series, Concrete Pavement Jointing and Details, presented by Paving Team members Don Clem, P.E. and Amanda Hult, P.E., will take place Thursday, April 23 (click here to register).
Upcoming webinar topics include Materials and Construction Specifications for Concrete Pavement Projects, on April 30; Concrete Street and Parking Lot Maintenance and Repair, May 7 and Concrete Overlays of Existing Asphalt Surfaced Streets and Parking Lots, May 14. The webinars provide American Institute of Architects (AIA) Continuing Education Learning Units as well as Professional Development Hours (PDH) credits.
Click here for a listing of all Pave Ahead webinars or contact any member of the NRMCA Pave Ahead team.