2023 Concrete Pavement Workshop Series hosted by SWCPA
Tuesday, June 20th from 9:00 am to 10:15 am Pacific Time
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Discover the sustainability advantages of diamond grinding for improving concrete pavements. Learn how diamond grinding techniques can revitalize and extend the lifespan of existing pavements, reducing the need for costly maintenance repairs and replacements. Delve into the environmental benefits, such as reduced noise pollution, enhanced skid resistance, better pavement ride quality, and increased energy efficiency of vehicles. Led by industry experts, this workshop provides valuable insights into this cost-effective and sustainable strategy for achieving resilient, long-lasting concrete pavements. Join us to unlock the brilliance of diamond grinding and contribute to a greener, more sustainable future for our infrastructure.
Our subject matter experts participating in our panel discussion are:
Tom Van Dam, Principal at NCE
John Harvey, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Director of the UC Pavement Research Center (UCPRC) at the University of California, Davis.
Larry Scofield, Director- Pavement Innovation at American Concrete Pavement Association
Who should attend: Agency and industry personnel, including engineers, specifiers, contractors, and technicians who are involved in improving concrete pavement design, performance, and construction for roadway and airfield projects in the Western United States.
Registration and Details:
- Registration required for each session – Register prior to the event using the link provided here.
- CEU / PDH Certificates will be available for this workshop.
- This workshop is provided by our supporters and sponsors at no cost to attendees.
- For additional information, contact Charles Stuart at firstname.lastname@example.org