Date: November 12, 2015
Time: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm (CT)
The course is designed to help road and highway engineers, supervisors and crews become familiar with the concept of preventive maintenance, selection of most cost-effective maintenance treatment, maintenance materials, and various maintenance treatments for both flexible and rigid pavements. Short video clips are also included.
— Pavement types and properties
— The case for preventive maintenance
— Engineering a preventive maintenance program
— Materials for preventive maintenance
— Fog seal and rejuvenators
— Chip seal
— Slurry seal
— Thin asphalt overlays
— Crack treatments for flexible pavements
— Maintenance treatments of concrete pavement
This course is aimed at highway engineers and superintendents dealing with design, construction, maintenance, rehabilitation, and management of pavements.
200 Inverness Drive West
Englewood CO 80112
Registration fee includes continental breakfast, refreshments, and course materials.
Participants will receive certificate of completion with 6 hours PDH.
Mike Mamlouk, Ph.D., P.E., F.ASCE
Dr. Mike Mamlouk is a Professor of the Civil, Environmental and Sustainable Engineering Program at Arizona State University. He has over 35 years of research and teaching experience in the field of pavement design and materials engineering. Prior to joining ASU, he worked at the State University of New York at Buffalo for 5 years. He received his Ph.D. degree from Purdue University in 1979. His main areas of expertise include pavement design, pavement evaluation and maintenance, and material characterization. He has directed many research projects on pavement evaluation, materials testing, maintenance and nondestructive testing. In particular, Dr. Mamlouk participated in the original SHRP research from 1989 to 1993. He successfully completed a multi-year research contract as the Principal Investigator on Pavement Preventive Maintenance supported by the FHWA. He recently completed a major NCHRP research project dealing with validating the endurance limit for asphalt pavements. He was also the PI of a research project funded by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Waterways Experiment Station in the area of dynamic analysis of pavements. Dr. Mamlouk played a major role in introducing the subject of dynamic analysis as a viable method for pavement evaluation. He has published numerous technical papers and is actively involved in professional societies such as ASCE, AAPT, TRB and ASTM. He is the main author of the “Materials for Civil and Construction Engineers” textbook, published by Prentice Hall, which is being used by more than 150 civil engineering programs around the world. He worked as a consultant and expert witness to many highway agencies and local industry. He is a professional engineer in the state of Arizona and a fellow of ASCE.
For more information contact:
Lucy Consulting Engineers, LLC