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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...

This presentation is a repeat of the 2015 course by the same name with some slight additions. It is intended for construction field inspectors who are assigned to inspect guardrail. It covers the design aspects of guardrail and information field inspectors need when reviewing contractor guardrail installations....

This training module will give you a better understanding of how to identify, handle and store both treated and untreated reinforcing steel. Learning Objectives:Learn the basics of what reinforcing steel is.What is it called?What is it made of?What is it used for?Learn about the two main types: untreated...

The high strength structural bolting presentation is designed to assist State Department of Transportation (DOT) construction and maintenance operation staff develop basic knowledge of bolt design, construction inspection procedures and installation methods for high strength bolts. High strength bolted...

Installation of steel, plastic and concrete pipe under highways is a complex challenge for transportation agencies. Knowledgeable field staff and appropriate specifications are critical to ensuring properly functioning, long life culverts that also provide for a smooth ride to the traveling public....

Installation of concrete, steel and plastic pipe under highways is a complex challenge for transportation agencies. Knowledgeable field staff and appropriate specifications are critical to ensuring properly functioning, long life culverts that also provide for a smooth ride to the traveling public. In...

Conventional test methods for roadway compaction cover less than 1% of a roadway; whereas, intelligent compaction (IC) offers a method to measure 100% of a roadway. IC offers the ability to increase compaction uniformity of soils and asphalt pavements, which leads to decreased maintenance costs and an...

This software demonstration provides an introduction and overview to the North Dakota Department of Transportation’s Construction Automated Records System (CARS). Upon completion of the module, learners will have a basic understanding of these sections of the software: Rights & Login Navigation Project...

Project management concepts can be applied to almost all products and services advanced by a DOT including IT projects, transit programs or construction projects. Typical project management courses are multiple day sessions that allow for attendees to work in small groups to work through exercises in...

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