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This presentation is designed to help civil engineering based staff to understand electrical project components on a typical rural or urban construction project. It will provide a solid foundation for field inspectors and engineers so that they can confidently provide quality assurance/inspection reviews....

Workshop Objectives:To help ensure North Dakota state and local governments meet their water quality protection obligations in an efficient and cost-effective manner.Determine ways to improve compliance with environmental regulations pertaining to water quality for county, city, township, and state construction...

Erosion Control (video conf)

This is a 2-part presentation that combines information from material subject experts in the fields of erosion control geotextiles and concrete matting. In the first learning segment a wide array of geotextile materials ranging from erosion control blankets to anchored reinforced vegetative systems will...

This presentation will discuss the types and applications of commonly used erosion control products. The various methods used for designing and analyzing the performance of erosion control options in use on slopes and channels will also be discussed. Topics covered in this presentation include:Erosion...

This training is a modified version of the classroom training delivered annually by New Mexico Department of Transportation to construction and maintenance staff. It was originally developed by NMDOT and adapted by the Transportation Curriculum Coordination Council (TC3) in partnership with NHI to provide...

The presentation will cover research methods and results of the Mountain-Plains Consortium (MPC)-392 research project on this topic. The study conducted by the University of Utah was intended to evaluate the spliced sleeve connection (SSC) for Accelerated Bridge Construction (ABC). The study verified...

Full depth reclamation with cement stabilization provides a cost effective method of improving roadway base problems. The instructors will review projects starting at the design phase and carry them through the construction phase to provide participants with a thorough understanding of the process and...

The increased cost in asphalt, aggregate, and their supply has increased the need for high quality, cost effective alternatives to conventional pavement reconstruction and virgin paving mixtures. Transportation professionals are seeking maintenance methods which optimize the value of existing in-place...

Instead of conventional bridge support technology, Geosynthetic Reinforced Soil (GRS) Integrated Bridge System (IBS) technology uses alternating layers of compacted granular fill material and fabric sheets of geotextile reinforcement to provide support for the bridge. GRS provides a smooth transition...

State and local agencies are facing roadway construction challenges due to increasing truck loadings through growing agriculture, manufacturing or energy development. This is occurring while aggregate supplies are becoming scarcer, resulting in increasing uneconomical haul distances. Geosynthetic reinforcing...

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