When

Tuesday, October 24, 2017 from 10:00 AM to 2:30 PM PDT
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Where

National University, Redding campus 
760 Cypress Avenue
Room 215
Redding, CA 96001
 

 
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Contact

Ritha Nhorn 
California Asphalt Pavement Association 
916-791-5044 
info@calapa.net

 

We're serious about offering high-quality technical training classes; we expect you to take them seriously, too

Registration for CalAPA classes  must be completed in advance and on-line, and payment must be received prior to admittance. As a non-profit trade association, CalAPA must be protected from losses on events. Therefore, cancellations must be received at least 72 hours prior to the date of a class or event  to receive a refund. Substitutes are always welcome.
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Asphalt Pavement 101 class Redding 

 

CalAPA’s enormously popular "Asphalt Pavement 101" class is a good overview of everything asphalt, touching on how asphalt pavements are designed, constructed and maintained. It is taught by Roger Smith, a former senior materials engineer with Caltrans and the Asphalt Institute, as well as a former executive director of CalAPA.

The class is a half-day packed with loads of useful information for contractor and agency paving crews, quality control specialists, lab personnel and others who interact with asphalt pavements. The class will cover pavement structure and terminologies, asphalt binders, aggregates, asphalt mixes, plant operations and mix delivery, paving and rolling, acceptance specifications and testing.

Because so much is changing in the world of asphalt pavements, the class is an excellent refresher course for  Roger Smith veterans in the industry as well as providing a good overview for those new to asphalt pavements. The class is a recommended prerequisite for other CalAPA technical classes, such as “Caltrans Section 39 Specifications,” “Essentials of Pavement Smoothness” and “Quality HMA Paving.”

Bonus! All class attendees will receive a reference booklet that includes copies of the slide presentation, key acronyms, glossary and other reference items for future use. Attendees will also receive a handsome certificate of completion documenting that they have completed four (4) Professional Development Hours (PDH) of technical instruction.

LUNCH: A 30-minute catered lunch will be provided to all attendees.

Registration for this class will be on a first-come, first served basis for the first 35 people registered. On-line registration is required and must be completed by clicking on the "Register Now" button below. For registration questions, please contact Ritha Nhorn of CalAPA at (916) 791-5044. Questions about course content can be directed to CalAPA Executive Director Russell Snyder at (916) 791-5044.