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Webinar

Pavement Preservation Series Equipment and Best Practices - Part 2

  • Jun 17, 2020 (1:00 - 2:00 pm CT; 12:00 - 1:00 pm MT)
    Webinar (desktop or laptop access)

Please print and post the Pavement Preservation Series training poster (PDF, 534K) at your location and encourage participation.

Registration

Registration link for the webinar: https://ugpti.webex.com/ugpti/onstage/g.php?MTID=e78bd8d3002792e230513cec995f8a7a4

Event Password: YZpFhVp3w38

Call in Info: 1-415-655-0001

Access Code: 127 305 8632

The above resource and more can be accessed by visiting the TLN Learning Management System (LMS).

Description

This webinar will cover the equipment that is available for various pavement preservation practices. The session will cover best practices when using various equipment for crack sealing, crack filling and asphalt patching. A detailed overview will be provided for those attending the field training on June 18.

Speaker(s)

Rodney Ness Swanston Equipment, ND Representative. Prior to joining the Swanston team in 2013, Rodney had 31 years with Burleigh County. He built upon his operator skills to take on the position of road superintendent. His commitment to fellow employees, the public, safety and quality set the stage for a top-notch road network.

Gerard Feist NDLTAP Asphalt Consultant, prior to joining NDLTAP in 2018, Gerard led wide array of asphalt roadway repair and preventive maintenance efforts with Burleigh County. He has extensive knowledge in the areas of crack sealing, routing cracks, rubberizing cracks, cold mix patching, spray patching, complete overlays, new paving, and pothole repair. Gerard has worked on rural roads, streets, and parking lots and is well versed in equipment maintenance.

Chris Stebbing Upper Midwest Territory Manager for Crafco, covering MN, IA, NE, ND, SD and MT. He’s been with Crafco 8 years. His past work history includes 10 years as a territory manager for Unique Paving Materials selling High-Performance Patching Material, and 12 years in Public Works in both city and county governments as laborer, mechanic, equipment operator, and Supervisor. Chris is native to northern Minnesota.

Target Audience

City and County personnel that perform pavement reviews and/or make pavement repairs. The training focus will be on street patching and crack sealing.

515 ½ E BroadwaySuite 101Bismarck, ND 58501
(701)328-9855ndltap@ugpti.org