Roadway Drainage Layers: A New Preservation Concept- From The Bottom Up

October 09, 2013

Archived Webinar

Thursday, November 7, 2013
2:00 – 3:00 PM Eastern

Webinar Overview:
If you are responsible for maintaining roads in a desert region or in a country with a frozen tundra such as Greenland, then perhaps this webinar is not for you. However, if you are responsible for maintaining roads in areas with rainfall, then drainage layers should be very important to you. Drainage layers offer an excellent preservation method that can serve as an alternative to traditional preservation techniques. Participants Earn One Professional Development Hour.

This webinar will address the following areas of roadway drainage:

-Are our roads designed well enough to not require drainage?
-Benefit of drainage layers to PCC and HMA Pavements
-Drainage layer locations
-Design and specification considerations
-Case Studies

Company Info:
For nearly 30 years, Tensar International Corporation (Tensar) has been a full-service provider of specialty products and engineering services, offering innovative and cost-effective solutions for various site development challenges. Tensar tackles the challenges of roadway construction by offering several roadway systems designed with performance, cost savings and ease of installation in mind. Our system approach to roadway construction not only includes our industry-leading products, but also site evaluation, design services, specifications and site support in addition to our first-class customer service and extensive distribution network.

Speaker Bio:

Nicholas Reck
Director of Pavement Technologies, Tensar International

Mr. Reck is a registered professional engineer with the Engineering Council of South Africa and earned an MSc in Civil Engineering from the University of Stellenbosch. He has over 25 years of experience in engineering and product development for roadway pavement reinforcement and the construction industry. His experience is both international and local, and involves four pavement engineering disciplines, namely construction, design, forensics and research.

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