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This presentation will cover research conducted by South Dakota State University under the Mountain-Plains Consortium Project 437 and with additional funding from SDDOT. There is little guidance for SDDOT pertaining to the use and testing of FRC. There is also lack of information about new fiber products...

Timely, complete, and persuasive documentation helps ensure your project’s success. You’ve all heard the cliché that “If you don’t write it down, it didn’t happen.” But we don’t have time to write everything down. This presentation will help you strike the right balance. It will show...

This workshop will help participants achieve a basic understanding of geometric design criteria. It will cover fundamental concepts of roadway geometric design along with reference guidance to the 2011 Greenbook. Attendees will be presented the following concepts: Schedule/Content: 9:00 AM...

This presentation will help attendees develop a better understanding of the importance of materials, techniques, and equipment needed for maintaining and repairing gravel roads. It will provide technical details for best practices including blading techniques, shoulder management, proper roadway crown...

This presentation will discuss the different types of guardrail used by the transportation industry, what considerations go into the selection process, installation best practices, maintenance, terminal sections/end treatments meeting the new AASHTO MASH standards, how to replace damaged or out-of-compliance...

This presentation will focus on how you and your team can handle differing site condition issues. The presentation will focus on the federally-mandated differing site conditions clause. Included in the webinar will be a discussion of what a differing site condition is, the difference between a Type...

Part 3 of an 8-Part Webinar Series on Roadway/Street Pipes History of HDPE and PP Production methods - past and present Hydraulic design guidelines – selecting pipe material and size; inlet/outlet control, when Manning’s “n” matters, end treatment/outfall options, etc. Structural design...

High strength bolting is a fundamental element in the construction of modern steel structures. A working knowledge of bolting design, fabrication, and installation techniques is essential during all aspects of the construction process including inspection. This presentation will advance your understanding...

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....

Design and operations of roadways requires an understanding of infrastructure concepts combined with the capabilities and limitations of the driver. The presentation will concentrate on human issues that go into good roadway design, operations and maintenance. The attendee will be exposed to the following...

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