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Highway engineers continue to look for a means to increase the service life of surface treatments and reduce complaints by highway users of loose chips from traditional chip seal projects. Microsurfacing/Slurry Seals have proven to provide better results. The mixture cures into a hardwearing, dense-graded...

The North Dakota Department of Transportation as owner of transportation facilities has responsibility for ensuring the requirements of the Clean Water Act and associated North Dakota laws are met on construction and maintenance projects. This presentation will cover technical issues as well as the...

New Mexico DOT has developed a construction management inspection process for preplanning highway and bridge construction projects. The process is a task related plan that involves:identifying items to be tracked daily;an index of references that relate to the project including plans, specifications...

This presentation will cover PCC (Portland Cement Concrete) joint sealing concepts. The presentation will cover the following areas: History of PCC joint sealing Research on Seal – No Seal Current concepts for new construction joint sealing Including white topping, working and tied joints, manholes...

This presentation will discuss the basics of pavement markings, types of materials, design considerations, installation best practices, expected life of markings, maintenance of markings and future needs.

Provide an overview of design for all types of deep foundations (driven pile, drilled shafts, micropiles and auger-cast piles), including typical sizes and capacities. Introduce the concept of support cost. Discuss construction of driven piles including hammer types, vibration mitigation, splicing...

Pipe Repair Options (video conf)

As roadway systems age, the buried culverts are often neglected/forgotten. This presentation provides a comprehensive overview of culvert repair methods for consideration in lieu of the traditional open cut culvert replacement installations. It also serves as a good reminder to inventory and rate this...

Corrosion is the leading cause of concrete deterioration and repair. Corrosion mitigation can extend the service life of repairs and is key to bridge preservation. Understanding corrosion mechanics and kinetics allows bridge engineers, materials engineers, planners and maintenance personnel to develop...

Part 5 of an 8-Part Webinar Series on Roadway/Street Pipes History of Reinforced Concrete Pipe Production methods - past and present Design guidelines – selecting pipe gauge, coating and size; inlet/outlet control, when Manning’s matters, soil basics, soil envelope, etc. Installation process...

Seal Coat Workshop (video conf)

This workshop will provide attendees with an overview of current best practices for seal coat operations including how to design and inspect a seal coat operation. Topics covered: What a chip seal is When to apply a chip seal Project selection Materials specifications - why we design chip seals Aggregates...

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