Pave Ahead Offers Free Concrete Pavement Webinar Series
NRMCA, through its Pave Ahead© program, is offering a free, six-week webinar series on concrete pavement beginning Thursday, May 20. The webinars will focus on technical topics related to design, construction, maintenance and rehabilitation of concrete pavements and will conclude with a webinar on controlled low strength material also known as flowable fill. Webinars in this series will offer AIA Elective Learning Units through the AIA continuing education system, Professional Development Hours or Continuing Education Units. The intended audience for this series includes architects, engineers, contractors, developers, owners and product manufacturers.
Instructors for all webinars will include NRMCA local paving experts. The webinar schedule with registrations links are below or may also be accessed at paveahead.com/education/. Each webinar will take place from 2 to 3 p.m. Eastern time.
- Thursday, May 20 - Addressing Myths About Concrete Pavement
- Thursday, May 27 - Concrete Pavement Innovations
- Thursday, June 3 - Characterizing Traffic Streams for Pavement Design
- Thursday, June 10 - Ready-Mixed Products for Municipal Airport Runways and Taxiways
- Thursday, June 17 - Concrete Pavement Intersections
- Thursday, June 24 - Controlled Low Strength Material (CLSM) in Transportation Projects
Registration for free, on-demand recordings of the 2020 Pave Ahead webinar series are below or may also be accessed at paveahead.com/education/.
- Designing Concrete Parking Lots and Streets
- Designing Concrete Industrial Pavements
- PavementDesigner.org Concrete Pavement Design Software
- Soils 101: What to Know for a Successful Paving Project
- Concrete Pavement Jointing and Details
- Materials and Construction Specifications for Concrete Pavement Projects
- Concrete Street and Parking Lot Maintenance and Repair
- Concrete Overlays of Existing Asphalt Surfaced Streets and Parking Lots
- Concrete Trail Design
- Designing Pervious Concrete
- Specifying Pervious Concrete
- Installing Pervious Concrete
- Maintenance Guidelines for Pervious Concrete
- Soil Cement & Full-Depth Reclamation with Cement Using a Ready Mixed Concrete Truck
For more information, contact Brian Killingsworth at email@example.com.