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The Bridge Construction Inspection Heavy Equipment training presents the various types of heavy equipment used on bridge construction sites. The purpose, major parts, and safety tips are described for the following equipment: bulldozers, scrapers, dump trucks, loaders, backhoe excavators, trackhoe excavators...

This webinar will present the results of research conducted by Purdue University for the Indiana DOT to study various bridge deck crack and surface sealants in an accelerated chloride environment. The deterioration of bridge decks has been identified as a major problem in Indiana. The primary cause of...

The Bridge Site Safety Worker Orientation discusses the safety responsibilities and potential hazards on bridge construction sites.Upon completion of the module, participants will be able to: Recognize and name personal protective equipment Identify safety equipment used on bridge construction sites...

Composite pavements consist of two distinct pavement layers designed and constructed as a new pavement, and not as a rehabilitation strategy. These systems entail a higher quality wear surface over a lower quality, or recycled base layer. Two systems currently under evaluation include hot mixed asphalt...

Production facilities vary in standard forming and abilities to make special components for storm and sanitary applications. Learn the criteria that are common in local plants and the broad range of specials that can be built. Pipe to structure connections are key to the life of a street or roadway....

Concrete slab and bridge deck performance specs and curing methods are critical in long term performance. Methods to obtain concrete durability in the mix and surface treatments are discussed. The instructors will review concrete designs, additives and curing methods that provide improved service life....

Good construction project management and administration practices are critical to all departments of transportation and local jurisdictions that build highway infrastructure with public funds. This presentation is a short overview of the 5 key areas of typical highway and bridge project management. It...

Good construction project management and administration practices are critical to all departments of transportation and local jurisdictions that build highway infrastructure with public funds. This presentation is a short overview of the 5 key areas of typical highway and bridge project management. It...

This presentation will focus on the state of the practice with digital signatures and the e-Construction advancements. Digital signatures on documents, plan sheets, and 3-D models are becoming more commonly used in the DOTs. This practice has expedited design, construction and decision making in our...

A drilled shaft, also referred to as drilled piers, caissons or bored piles, are deep foundation solutions used to support structures with large axial and lateral loads by excavating cylindrical shafts into the ground and filling them with concrete. The purpose of this presentation is to provide an overview...

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