This webinar will address the important factors that need to be considered when designing and constructing recreational facilities such as running tracks, tennis courts and golf cart paths. These types of facilities do not carry heavy loads and therefore need to be built differently than roads and freeways. This webinar will focus on designing and constructing surfaces to resist water intrusion which is a primary factor required to resist future environmental distress. Specific mixture requirements are needed to build a durable pavement that will resist environmental distresses such as cracking and raveling. Restricted work areas also present challenges that will be discussed during this webinar.
Topics covered include:
- Pavement thickness and base construction
- Asphalt binder selection
- Aggregate selection
- Mixture design and production considerations
- Construction operations
- Acceptance of completed work
Who Should Attend
This webinar is designed for facility owners, engineers, contractors, consultants, as well as state, city and county officials.
- Mark Blow, Ph.D., P.E., Regional Engineer, Asphalt Institute
- H. Wayne Jones, P.E., Regional Engineer, Asphalt Institute
Professional Development Hours
- 1.5 hrs., 1.5 PDHs
- Earned PDHs and certifications can be downloaded at your convenience when logged into the Asphalt Institute Learning Portal. Using the menu icon in the upper left corner, go to the “My Activities” menu option: select either the “Courses” or “Learning Plans” option from the menu on the page. To the right of each course or learning plan you have completed will be an award icon. Clicking that icon will allow you to download the desired certificate.
- 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 Registration & PDH Certificate Policy
- Full details are listed on the Group Registration Policy page.