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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...

This presentation helps solve the mystery of analyzing roadway deficiencies and selecting a treatment method that works. It will begin with a discussion of the failure mechanisms of pavement that result in pavement thermal and fatigue crack and fatigue along with other load related pavement failures...

The presentation will cover research conducted at the University of Utah to develop a practical test that can be used to evaluate the low temperature properties of asphalt mixtures that lead to cracking of asphalt pavements. The presentation will discuss how cracking is a problem for cold-weather states...

Gravel road designs are at times overlooked or not understood. This presentation will review the criteria to consider for gravel roadway designs. Participants will be challenged to think about the roadway section, it’s function, water issues, gravel loss methods and generally how to make gravel roadways...

This presentation will discuss ancillary structure types and past failures, introduction to the wind loads and problems from resulting vibrations/fatigue. Discussion on galvanized steel, aluminum, and weathering steel commonly used and potential problems with these. We will cover inspection procedures...

This webinar will give participants a look inside the state-of-the-art of using Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) to solve real world work zone traffic control and safety problems. The course will highlight resources available for you to use in considering, planning, designing, deploying, maintaining...

This presentation will cover keyhole coring, vacuum excavation and pavement restoration processes for utility work under urban streets and sidewalks. Whether new utility lines are being installed or existing services are being rehabilitated or maintained, subsurface utility work frequently involves cutting...

This presentation will cover the 4 processes most commonly used in maintenance welding - stick, MIG, flux core & TIG - as well as welding metallurgy, industry terminology, and safety. Industry videos are used in the discussion of process variables, advantages and limitations of each process, and to demonstrate...

Cold-in-place recycling (CIR) is the processing and treatment with bituminous and/or chemical additives of existing HMA pavements without heating to produce a restored, cold mix, pavement layer. A complement to the CIR process is cold central plan recycling (CCPR). CCPR allows a contractor to produce...

Hot-in-place recycling (HIP) is an efficient process used to repair and rehabilitate deteriorated bituminous streets and highways. What is hot-in-place recycling? Maintenance strategy Specialty equipment States using HIP Review of stabilizing agents Design Criteria Bidding tips Construction...

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