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This workshop is designed to provide an overview of the available technology and tools that make implementing an effective asphalt pavement rehabilitation program feasible. A successful pavement rehabilitation program encompasses a full range of rehabilitation strategies as well as maintenance treatments, with the goal of enhancing pavement performance (ride, quality, safety, service life, etc.) and life (LCC, pavement durability).

This workshop has recently been updated to provide attendees with the most current information, tools, and technologies. It offers guidance that can be used throughout the project development process, giving agencies the information they need to successfully select, develop, and construct the best rehabilitation process for their selected roadways.

Dates, Locations, and Registration

This workshop is scheduled from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. (registration begins at 8:00 a.m.) at the specified location on each of the dates listed below.

  • Register
  • Cost:
    • In-person workshops: $75 (includes breakfast, lunch, and printed program materials)
    • Virtual workshop: $45
  • Registration contact: Claire Johnson, johnsoc@umn.edu

If you have a disability and require accommodation to fully participate in this activity, please contact Claire Johnson at johnsoc@umn.edu. Requests should be made immediately upon registering to ensure accommodation of your needs.

Who Should Attend

Engineers, managers, supervisors, and technicians responsible for pavement maintenance, design, and construction.

Topics Covered

  • Pre-construction
    • Rehabilitation vs. pavement preservation
    • Roadway assessment
  • Post-construction
    • Performance measures
    • Network management
    • Resources for continuous improvement
  • Construction
    • Process selection overlays, CIR, FDR, SFDR
    • Best practices for each process

Course Instructor

Dan Wegman, PE, has worked with DOTs and local governments in several states with pavement rehabilitation and preventive maintenance strategies. As a former MnDOT construction and bituminous engineer and with over fifteen years working as a private-sector material supplier and pavement consultant, Wegman provides technical insight with respect to materials, construction, and implementation.

Credit

Sponsors

This workshop is presented by the Minnesota Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP) at the Center for Transportation Studies, University of Minnesota. Minnesota LTAP is sponsored by the Minnesota Local Road Research Board (LRRB) and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). This course is subsidized through funding from LRRB and FHWA.