What: Join engineers, contractors, and owners for a workshop detailing best design and construction practices for concrete parking lots, site and industrial paving. The focus of this seminar will be using the American Concrete Institute's ACI-330 guides:
Concrete paving in parking lots, site paving, and trucking facilities provides value and long life for its owners, when properly designed and constructed. Building and facility assessments are often enhanced with concrete pavement because of its aesthetic appeal, low maintenance, high performance under a variety of traffic loads, and reduced lighting requirements.
Parking lots and industrial sites are different than street paving in many respects, so design, detailing, and construction methods specific to these types of pavements should be utilized by practitioners. A properly designed and detailed concrete pavement can often cost less than a comparable flexible pavement, and provide many more years of low-maintenance service. However, these pavements can become more expensive, or exhibit reduced performance (or both), when inappropriate design methods are used—such as AASHTO-93, which was developed for highway pavements—or when pavement types and features are poorly selected.
This seminar will use the guides developed by the American Concrete Institute's (ACI) Parking Lot and Site Paving Committee (ACI 330) to teach best practices in paving design and construction. These guides are the concrete industry’s most current consensus recommendations for parking, site and industrial pavement design. Key topics will include:
Seminar instructors are recognized national experts in their field, and are member of the ACI 330 committee and/or other committees, helping to develop industry standards.
8:00 AM Registration/Sign-in
8:30 AM Seminar Begins
1:00 PM Seminar Resumes
Morning and afternoon breaks will be held at appropriate stopping points.
Director, Pavement Design, PNA
The locations for "Concrete Parking and Industrial Paving: ACI 330 Design" workshops are as follows:
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