Asphalt Inspector Series (5 sessions)
Covering the Basics of HMA Construction

(2 – 1.5 hr. sessions, 1.5 PDHs per session & 3 – 2 hr. sessions, 2 PDHs per session)

To register & view any or all of these recordings see below

$50 per session

This webinar series closely follows AI’s new MS-22 Construction of Hot Mix Asphalt Pavements Manual. Although MS-22 is not required, you are encouraged to purchase a copy at our web store before viewing the webinar recordings.
This series features five (5) 90-120 minute (1.5-2 hours) webinar sessions. Instructors are Asphalt Institute’s Regional Engineers.


Description
This series of webinars covers the fundamental information that every asphalt plant mix roadway inspector should know. Individual agency specifications may differ slightly, but the information presented is basic to most asphalt roadway projects. The webinars include information essential for project management resulting asphalt pavements reaching their intended service life.

Session 1: Inspector Responsibilities (1.5 hrs., 1.5 PDHs)
Instructor: Danny Gierhart, P.E., Asphalt Institute
Download Outline (PDF 294 kb)
Register online to view the webinar recording – $50

Session 2: Materials and Mix Design (2 hrs., 2 PDHs)
Instructors: Dave Johnson, P.E., Asphalt Institute, Gregory Harder, P.E., Asphalt Institute
Download Outline (PDF 291 kb)
Register online to view the webinar recording – $50
Session 3: Plants, Storage, and Hauling (1.5 hrs., 1.5 PDHs)
Instructor: Wayne Jones, P.E., Asphalt Institute
Download Outline (PDF 289 kb)
Register online to view the webinar recording – $50
Session 4: Paving and Compaction (2 hrs., 2 PDHs)
Instructors: Robert Humer, P.E., Asphalt Institute, Bob Horan, P.E., Asphalt Institute
Download Outline (PDF 292 kb)
Register online to view the webinar recording – $50
Session 5: Sampling, Testing & Acceptance (2 hrs., 2 PDHs)
Instructors: Bob Horan, P.E., Asphalt Institute, Danny Gierhart, P.E., Asphalt Institute
Download Outline (PDF 295 kb)
Register online to view the webinar recording – $50


Who Should Attend
This webinar series is intended for inspectors, technicians, engineers, project managers, and consultants who are responsible for aspects of project management including Hot Mix Asphalt (HMA) materials sampling and testing, mix design, project inspection, construction, and project documentation.

Instructions for viewing a recorded webinar (PDF 706 kb)

(A PDH Certificate is available upon request after you view the recording by sending an email to ai_webinars@asphaltinstitute.org with the name of the session and full name you used to register)

Fees & Registration
The registration fee is $50 for each recorded session. To register and pay for the entire series please call Charlena Gray at 859-288-4961 or email at cgray@asphaltinstitute.org

NOTE: Registration is per individual. Only the registered person will receive emails about the webinar and will be recognized for a PDH certificate.
See below for group registration.

 

Group Registrations and Discounts
Group Registration and discounts are available upon request.

  • We encourage and support group registrations for AI’s live and recorded events
  • A webinar “group” is more than 1 individual sharing a single computer (with or without a projector) to view a webinar at the same time at a single location.
  • Each group must have a designated Group Coordinator who will serve as the point of contact for all communications such as the access code and instructions
  • The Group Coordinator will be charged the full undiscounted registration cost of $50 for each session registered for. All additional attendees will be charged a discounted fee of $30 per person for each session registered for.
  • Group registrations can be requested by clicking this link: Group Registration and PDH Certificate Policy and completing the form ; or contacting Charlena Gray via phone or email at 859-288-4961 or cgray@asphaltinstitute.org
  • Each registered group participant will receive a PDH also if requested.


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