2022 Concrete Pavement Workshop Series Presented by SWCPA
Tuesday, July 19th from 9:00 am to 10:15 am Pacific Time
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Rapid setting concrete pavements have matured from a “quick fix” to a long-life solution that can deliver a lifespan of 40 years.
The use of Rapid Strength Concrete (RSC) for roadway construction is extremely beneficial for today’s congested highways and the traveling public. Because RSC reaches opening strength in a matter of hours, slab replacement and lane replacement can be accomplished overnight.
Caltrans pioneered the use of RSC in the 1990s. Improvements to the process now make it possible for complete pavement replacement — including removal of cracked slabs, repair of the base course, placing of dowel bars and interlayer, and placing concrete and curing of the RSC — all within a six-hour window.
In this workshop, you’ll learn about the concrete and cement properties that lead to exceptional durability and long-life performance of RSC.
Our speakers are Tyler Ley of Oklahoma State University, and Shakir Shatnawi, Shatec Engineering Consultants, LLC.
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 links 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