Asphalt Pavement Preservation & Rehabilitation

Location: Distance Learning Course

2020 - 2021 On-line Individual: $300.00

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The objective of this course is to assist an engineer in the development of the most reliable and cost-effective rehabilitation alternatives for asphalt pavements. The abilities of the engineer required to preserve the existing pavement system are much different than those required to originally design the system. They need to have an understanding of what caused the distress they are seeing and what steps can be taken to correct them. The course is broken into two units: pavement management concepts and pavement rehabilitation procedures. The first unit will address pavement management concepts at the project level which will include an overview of pavement management, pavement structural and condition assessment, distress mechanisms for Hot Mix Asphalt and project evaluation. The second unit provides information on pavement rehabilitation through pavement maintenance techniques, surface rehabilitation procedures, recycling of asphalt pavements, and asphalt overlays.


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Fee: $300.00
Hours:5.00
CEUs:0.50

Fee Breakdown

CategoryDescriptionAmount
Course Fee (Basic)2020 - 2021 On-line Individual$ 300.00
Course Fee (Alternate)2020 - 2021 DVD Individual$ 320.00

Distance Learning Course

Distance Learning Course

Douglas Hanson

Mr. Douglas I. Hanson is the Assistant Director of the National Center for Asphalt Technology at Auburn University. He received his B.S. from the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology and his M.S. from the University of New Mexico in 1969. While in the Air Force he worked with airfield pavement design, construction and maintenance. He was district engineer of The Asphalt Institute, and came to Auburn from the New Mexico State Highway Department where he was chief of the materials laboratory.

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