This workshop contains essential information about natural and manufactured products and materials used in roadway operations. Unique properties and characteristics of natural materials are discussed in relation to how they can affect roadway performance. Also covered: the major oils used in roadway operations and hot mix asphalt and concrete. All the material is presented in a straightforward, easily understood manner.
All persons involved in roadway operations, maintenance and repair, from crew workers to supervisors.
Dave Titzel has more than 29 years of experience involving design, construction and maintenance of road & freeway facilities in both urban and rural environments. Before joining Stantec, Dave spent 25 years with the Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) where he served as a Senior Roadway Design Engineer, a Resident Engineer, and an Assistant Direct Engineer over both construction and maintenance. Dave’s expertise includes design, construction, and maintenance of road and freeway facilities in urban and rural environments. Dave has been a resident engineer on projects of all sizes and levels of complexity, including conventional design/bid/build, and design/build involving a wide variety of new construction, rehabilitation, bridge construction and bridge widening, asphalt, and concrete paving.
- Jan 30 – Elko: 8:00am-4:00pm, Great Basin College, 1500 College Parkway, room TBA
Our Registration Form can be completed online, printed and submitted via email or fax.
This class is a required course in the Road Scholar program.
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