When

April 04, 2023

Time

8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Contact Hours

8

Location

Peninsula Higher Education Center
Old Dominion University
600 Butler Farm Rd.  Suite 2200
Hampton, VA 23666

Description

Aside from constructing a new roadway, maintenance and repairs are one of the most expensive activities associated with pavements. While construction of new pavements is taking place, and others are rehabilitated, most pavements were constructed more than 30 years ago and now need attention to restore their structural and functional (i.e., ride, appearance) condition. This training session will focus on various phases of a pavement’s life cycle, from initial design and construction to maintenance and repairs. The instructors will discuss the typical failure mechanisms of pavements and the most economical approaches to restoration. Special attention will be devoted to the various preventive, corrective, and restorative maintenance activities available to pavement owners. We will answer the fundamental question – when should these activities be considered, and when should they not? Two group exercises will be held to reinforce the lessons of this session through a “What would you do?” approach. Upon completion, attendees will have a better understanding of the overall design, construction, and maintenance of pavements.

Agenda

Learning Modules:

Module 1: Understanding Pavement
Module 2: Pavement Maintenance and Repairs
Module 3: Best Practices for Maintenance and Repair
Module 4: What’s New: Materials, Equipment and Techniques.

Instructor

Trenton Clark

Trenton Clark is the President for the Virginia Asphalt Association based in Richmond. Trenton started with the Virginia Asphalt Association in January 2011 after spending the previous 12 years with the Virginia Department of Transportation. He serves on several technical committees within Virginia as well as with the Transportation Research Board, National Center for Asphalt Technology, and the National Asphalt Pavement Association. With VDOT he held the positions of Senior Pavement Management Engineer, State Pavement Engineer and State Asphalt Program Manager. Over his career he has been part of several pavement design and analysis software applications. Graduating from Virginia Tech in 1993, Trenton holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and is a licensed professional engineer in Virginia and Maryland. In his spare time, Trenton raises Hereford cattle, harvests vegetables, and plays golf. Trenton and his wife Nicky reside in Luray, Virginia; they have two grown children.

Who Should Attend

This training session will be valuable to those responsible for designing and constructing new pavements, individuals charged with specifying pavement maintenance activities, and those that perform maintenance operations. Each set of attendees will gain a better understanding of how their decisions and actions impact the long-term performance of the pavement.

Registration and Payment

The following registration fees cover the session, all course materials and meals:

Local Government: $85.00
State/Federal: $140.00
Private Industry: $325.00
Tribes: $0

Click here for UVA TTA's general registration information, cancellation policy, and refund policy. UVA TTA accepts the following credit cards: American Express, VISA, MasterCard, and Discover. Credit card information cannot be taken over the phone. Alternatively, after registering you can print out a voucher to send in with your payment. After you have completed the transaction you will receive an automatically generated email confirming registration and payment if applicable. Final confirmation and instructions will be sent out during the week prior to the class date.

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