Here are the first four workshops scheduled for 2023.

Registration is open for the March 21st webinar below.

Tuesday, March 21st 9:00 am to 10:15 am Pacific Time
Fundamentals of Concrete Pavement: JPCP, CRCP & Precast (click on title to register)
Jerry Voigt, Square One Pavement Consulting, Mike Plei, Transportation Structures Specialist, and Mark B. Snyder, Pavement
Engineering and Research Consultants, Concrete Pavement Technologist

Concrete pavement roads are commonly built using Jointed Plain Concrete Pavement (JPCP). However, over the past 10 years we have seen an increase in the use of Continuous Reinforced Concrete Pavement (CRCP) and Precast pavement in California. Pavement engineers should understand the fundamental differences between these pavement types so they can make the best pavement choices for their projects. Learn about the design, construction, maintenance and performance of these three pavements from subject matter experts.

Tuesday, April 25th 9:00 am to 10:15 am Pacific Time
Understanding the Admixtures for Paving Mixes (click on title to register)
Vince Perez, Technical Sales Representative at The Euclid Company
Paul Heis, Technical & Business Manager, Master Builders Construction Chemical

Tuesday, May 23rd 9:00 am to 10:15 am Pacific Time
Fundamentals of Concrete Paving Equipment
Matt Fonte, Fonte & Company, and Richard Graves, Sales Manager
and Business Development Leader at Guntert & Zimmerman

Tuesday, June 20th 9:00 am to 10:15 am Pacific Time
Grinding the Way to Smoother, More Sustainable Pavements
Larry Scofield and Nick Davis, IGGA

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