Tuesday, June 23, 2020 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM PDT
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Tan Cao, Tan.Cao@parsons.com 
San Diego Younger Member Forum 


Pavement Engineering Overview

From the surface, streets may not look like much; however, there is a great deal of engineering and science happening behind the scenes. Each type of pavement crack tells a story and there are many factors that impacts pavement performance and cost. This presentation will provide an overview of what different types of pavement cracking means, some of the factors that are considered when evaluating and designing roadway repairs, and various pavement repair strategies, from maintenance to reconstruction.

About Roger
Mr. Roger Schlierkamp is the Director of Pavement Engineering at GMU. He is a registered Professional Engineer in the state of California and has over 10 years of experience in the field of pavement engineering. As the Director of Pavement Engineering, he oversees all things pavement related at GMU, including pavement evaluation/design projects, pavement management plan projects, and pavement construction observation & testing projects.  Mr. Schlierkmap also presents his knowledge and experience in workshop and classroom settings on topics related to pavement engineering and construction. Additionally, as a participant of the Greenbook Committee, Roger has helped to shape pavement construction specifications and requirements utilized by numerous agencies and projects throughout southern California