Road Resource: How I Built This Network Webinar – Elmore County, Alabama
December 2 @ 10:30 am - 11:30 am| Free
Over the last 17 years, Elmore County, Alabama has raised the number of roads in good condition throughout their network from 45% in 2004 to 75% in 2021.
Join us for a conversation with current chief of operations office, Richie Beyer, to understand the steps taken to reach this accomplishment, including a look at Elmore County’s treatment toolbox, communication efforts, and what they have learned along the way.
As with each webinar in the “How I Built this Network” series, presenters will equip participants with free tools and calculators found on roadresource.org for a better look at examining your own road network strategies and opportunities. As 2021 continues with surprises and uncertainties in economic and infrastructure decisions, it is more important than ever for road managers to understand real-life methods to improve road networks and stretch resources further.
In addition to their network achievements, Elmore County is the recipient of the 2021 James B. Sorenson Excellence in Preservation Award.
- Tracking Network Progress
- Pavement Preservation Strategies
- Taxpayer Communication
- Treatment Toolbox
Who Should Attend?
- Road Managers
- Municipal, City, County, State & Provincial Agencies
- Consulting Engineers
This webinar is part of the 2021 series How I Built this Network. Hosted by the Pavement Preservation & Recycling Alliance, each webinar in the series highlights important successes by city, county, state, and provincial agencies across North America to achieve better roads today and stronger networks tomorrow.