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You examine implications of soils and pavement materials, roadway drainage, practical techniques for field evaluation of pavement conditions, review causes and effective remedies of pavement deterioration.


 
Course Outline

After participating in the course you will be able to do following:
improve pavement life-cycle
reduce pavement costs
understand pavement defects, their causes, and solutions
use maintenance and rehabilitation methods to extend the useful life of pavements
compare the costs of maintenance and rehabilitation alternatives
apply the information from the national guide for sustainable municipal infrastructure
relate pavement design theory to practice

Description
Cost-effective pavement management results from careful design, quality construction, and timely maintenance.  Engineers and technical managers are faced with the challenges of maintaining the investment in highways and urban roads, while new materials and methods must accommodate increasing axle loads.

This course will provide the information necessary to deal with pavement challenges. Participants will examine implications of soils and pavement materials, roadway drainage, and practical techniques for field evaluation of pavement conditions. In addition to reviewing causes of pavement, we will discuss pavement maintenance and rehabilitation techniques such as patching, crack sealing, thin surface restoration techniques, overlays, and other innovative methods and materials. Your learning will be further enhanced through case study presentations, real-life examples, and question and answer periods.

Objective
To provide an update on pavement management, with special emphasis on materials and procedures used in design, construction, maintenance, and rehabilitation.

Who Should Attend
Maintenance, construction, and design engineers; contractors; technical managers; and consultants and municipal engineers with responsibility for managing maintenance budgets, determining pavement repair or rehabilitation techniques, or implementing pavement maintenance programs. Manufacturers and suppliers of pavement materials will also find the course beneficial.

Program Outline

Day I

8:00          Registration and Coffee

8:30          Welcome, Introduction, Workshop Preview, Learning Outcomes and the Assessment Method

8:45          Course Overview and Preview of the Day

9:00          Factors that Affect Pavement Performance
               €¢ Function of a pavement
               €¢ Factors that impact pavement performance: traffic, soils and materials, environment        

10:15         Refreshments and Networking

10:30         Pavement Design
                €¢ AASHTO 1993:flexible pavement design, rigid pavement design, interlocking   concrete block pavement design
                €¢ Mechanistic-empirical pavement design

12:00         Lunch

1:00          Pavement Rehabilitation
               €¢ Surface condition evaluation
               €¢ Roughness
               €¢ Structural capacity
               €¢ Friction
               €¢ Developing alternatives for pavement rehabilitation

2:15          Refreshments and Networking

2:30          Pavement Management
               €¢ Pavement performance evaluation
               €¢ Systematic maintenance programs
               €¢ Pavement economics
               €¢ Prioritization and optimization

3:30         Pavement Type Selection and Life-Cycle Costing
             €¢ What is the best pavement type for your application?
             €¢ Asphalt concrete
             €¢ Exposed concrete
             €¢ Interlocking concrete block
             €¢ Surface treatment/seal cost
             €¢ Gravel
             €¢ Deterministic life-cycle costing
             €¢ Probabilistic life-cycle costing

4:30        Adjournment

Day II

8:30          Review of Day I and Preview of the Second Day

8:45          Pavement Rehabilitation and Maintenance Management
               €¢ Timely preventive maintenance
               €¢ Priority planning and programming

9:30          Pavement Maintenance
               €¢ Roadway drainage
               €¢ Utility boxes and covers
               €¢ Crack sealing
                       
10:30        Refreshments and Networking

10:45        Pavement Maintenance (Continued)     
               €¢ Rut mitigation
               €¢ Basic guidance for concrete paving
               €¢ Minimum Maintenance Standards

12:00        Lunch

1:00         Rehabilitation and Maintenance Methodologies
              €¢ Crack Sealing
              €¢ Patching
              €¢ Thin surface treatments
              €¢ Surface texturization
              €¢ Overlay
              €¢ Recycling techniques
       
2:30         Refreshments and Networking

2:45         Recent Developments in Pavement Technology and Specifications
               €¢ Paving practices
               €¢ Specifications
               €¢ Construction management   

3:30         Case Studies
                  The lecturer will provide examples of various pavement distresses and conditions and  you will discuss what the best
                  method of repairing or upgrading the pavements.  
         
4:00         Questions and Answers and Feedback to Participants on Achievement of Learning Outcomes

Faculty

David Hein
David Hein, P. Eng., is a principal engineer with ARA Transportation. Mr. Hein is a civil engineering graduate of the University of Waterloo and has over 30 years of experience in the design, evaluation, and management of pavements throughout North America and internationally. He has developed and completed numerous pavement design and management courses for government and private sector agencies. A regular technical contributor to technical conferences worldwide, Mr. Hein is past chair of the World Roads Association flexible and semi-rigid pavement committee, past chair of the Pavement Standing Committee of the Transportation Association of Canada, and chair of the American Society of Civil Engineers interlocking concrete pavement structural design and permeable pavement committees.
Prerequisites & Certificates
Pre-Requisites

Certificates offered

1.4 CEUs / 14 PDHs


Cancellation Policy
To withdraw from a course, you must send a request, in writing, with the official receipt to our office. Fifteen or more business days in advance: full refund less $50.00 administration charge. Five to fifteen business days in advance: non-refundable credit of equal value for any future EPIC seminar within one year. Credits are transferable within your organization. In case of an unexpected event occurring after this time, you may send someone else to take your place without any additional cost.
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The course was very well presented and the course instructor was absolutely amazing.
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Our instructor, Stephen Lamming, was outstanding and a true expert in his field. He was able to complement the technical air monitoring information with practical real life examples which was highly beneficial. He is an excellent communicator and was highly interactive with the course attendees. This course was recommended to me because Stephen Lamming does an outstanding job. I was very impressed with this course and have subsequently recommended it to my colleagues.
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Would have liked more interactive problem solving.
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