The General Sessions will feature FHWA and TxDOT administrators providing perspectives on agency plans and priorities. Additionally, distinguished technical lecturers will serve as a capstone to the entire conference.
Technical breakout sessions will focus on the latest developments in three key areas: Highways, bridges and local streets and pavements. Among other topics, you'll learn:
You can even extend your learning and networking by attending the added Engineering Ethics presentation (required annually for all Texas PEs) on Monday, April 9th, as a prelude to the Concrete Conference Golf Tournament later that morning. The Ethics presentation is open to all attendees, whether or not joining in the tournament.
The registration fees for the conference make this an especially good value. CCT's cement company members, conference sponsors and exhibitors help keep these costs low (by March 23rd):
Who should attend? If you are a stakeholder in the critical construction and renewal of Texas' transportation infrastructure, the TxDOT/CCT Concrete Conference is for you:
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