Do you use, or plan to use, PAVER 7.0 to do pavement management? If so, check out this training series! It provides useful guidance and tips for navigating PAVER for all experience levels.
PAVER provides pavement management capabilities to: (1) develop and organize the pavement inventory; (2) assess the current condition of pavements; (3) develop models to predict future conditions; (4) report on past and future pavement performance; (5) develop scenarios for M&R based on budget or condition requirements; and (6) plan projects. The four training sessions explain how PAVER supports these pavement management tasks.
During the training, an experienced instructor will demonstrate PAVER functions and then give you an opportunity to practice new skills and ask questions. When you return to work, try what you learned for a week; then, check in with the instructor during at a virtual Q&A forum. Every training session includes a one-hour Q&A forum where you can ask questions, share tips, and celebrate your success!
Luis Sibaja is an Engineering Associate at Applied Pavement Technology, Inc. His technical efforts focus on roadway pavement management and evaluation. Some of Mr. Sibaja’s responsibilities include implementing and configuring pavement management systems including PAVER and Cartegraph, documenting pavement condition using both manual and automated data collection methods, and working with agencies to use those tools effectively, assisting with updating advanced data visualization tools like APTech’s interactive pavement management data visualization tool, IDEA, and conducting life-cycle cost analyses.
Christopher Trejos Castillo is an Associate Engineer at Applied Pavement Technology, Inc. He has a master's degree in pavement engineering and five years of experience in the field of pavements design, maintenance, and testing. Christopher had worked in Costa Rica, Colombia, and United States as a pavement engineer.
Dates and Registration
You may register using the form below and attend any or all of the four sessions to meet your individual training needs. Please note that we do not review or cover previous material in the sessions. You are responsible for determining if you can participate successfully.
Session 1 April 28, 2021 1-3:30 p.m. Pacific; Q&A session May 5 1-2:00 p.m. Pacific
- Installing and Moving Around PAVER 7.0
- Managing Your PAVER 7.0 Database
- Using the Inventory Module
- GIS Assignment
Session 2 May 11, 2021 1-3:30 p.m. Pacific; Q&A session May 19 1-2:00 p.m. Pacific
- Work History
- Entering Condition Data
- Generating Charts and Reports
- Using the Wizards (Overview)
Session 3 May 26, 2021 1-3:30 p.m. Pacific; Q&A session June 2 1-2:00 p.m. Pacific
- Generating Prediction Models
- Developing Maintenance Policies
- Developing Major Rehabilitation Policies and Prioritization Guidelines
Session 4 June 9, 2021 1-3:30 p.m. Pacific; Q&A session June 16 1-2:00 p.m. Pacific
- Running a Condition Performance Analysis
- Running a Needs Analysis
All users must have a computer with PAVER installed prior to attending training. Users who have not yet purchased the software can request a training license. Enter your request for a training license in the registration form and we will provide you with the license.
If you have any questions, please contact Tracey Smith, firstname.lastname@example.org.