There have been many changes in the asphalt industry since 2000. New millennia mixtures that are thinner, cheaper and greener will not achieve adequate performance if they are not designed, constructed and maintained properly.
This new course is designed to provide up-to-date information to agencies, engineers and roadway supervisors responsible for delivering quality roadways for the traveling public. State-of-the-art technology and proven best practices will be presented at approachable levels that can immediately be utilized to maximize the performance of your asphalt pavement structures.
For more information contact: Asphalt Institute Headquarters Phone: 859.288.4960 Fax: 859.288.4999 Email: email@example.com
Rehabilitation of existing pavement structures cannot be designed and constructed without understanding the problems causing the poor pavement condition.
- Thickness Design
- Materials Selection
- Aggregates / Lift Thickness
- Virgin Binder Selection
- Recycled Binders
- Mix Design Properties
- Performance testing
- Balanced Mix Design
Pavement thickness and materials selection are critical to long lasting pavement performance. Learn how to identify designs that are destined for failure before they are even let to bid.
- Pavement layer bonding
- Bonding materials
- Application rates
- Minimizing segregation and achieving smoothness
- Mix production
- Mix delivery
- Mix placement
- Maximizing density
- Impact on pavement life
- Minimizing permeability
- Longitudinal joints
- New equipment / technology
Premium materials and design are meaningless if the pavement is not constructed with attention to detail.
- Timely maintenance
- Minimizing permeability
- Reducing oxidation
- Tools in the Toolbox
- Maintenance alternatives
- Proper timing
All pavement structures deteriorate over time. Well timed maintenance activities are extremely effective in extending pavement life and maximizing a pavement owner’s return on investment.
Who Should Attend:
This course was developed for those involved with designing, constructing and maintaining asphalt roadways. It is intended to focus on areas critical to maximizing asphalt pavement performance and life. Agency, consultant, supplier, and contractor personnel at all experience levels will benefit from this course.
Fees & Registration:
The registration fee is $695 and due prior to the course date.
Fee includes course instruction, refreshments at breaks, lunch on Day 2 and all course materials.
You may cancel without penalty up to three weeks prior to the course start date.
If you provide the Asphalt Institute less than three weeks’ notice, or fail to attend, you will be liable for the entire fee.
Early registration is recommended as the classes are limited.
Professional Development Hours:
3 day course, 15 PDHs
Course materials include: