WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE 2018 WRAPP WORKSHOP
Save the dates and join us for the 2018 WRAPP Workshop at a new WRAPP venue for Northern California. Join us and share two fact filled days at the Concord Hilton Hotel at 1970 Diamond Blvd., Concord, CA. on February 6th and 7th, 2018.
We are also excited to announce that our Keynote Addresses will be delivered by Assemblyperson Jim Frazier (District 11 Brentwood) Chairperson of the Assembly Transportation Committee a major force in the passage of SB1, and Randell Iwasaki the Executive Director of the Contra Costa Transportation Authority.
As we finalize the Workshop tune into the WRAPP website over the next months. We will be updating the various elements and the outstanding group of technical experts you have come to expect at this, the premier West Coast Pavement Preservation training function. The roster of well known Agency/Academic and Industry speakers will fill you in on the latest and greatest concerning Pavement Preservation, the lower cost alternative to maintain and improve the PCI of your agency road inventory helping you better serve your constituents.
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3 Pavement Preservation Training Classes Reach over 200
WRAPP instructors in conjunction with presenters from the Superpave Center at University of Nevada Reno, Nevada DOT, Caltrans and FHWA held three highly attended and information packed Workshops in Nevada and California. Sponsored jointly by these dedicated pavement preservation entities over 220 attendees at the three functions got the latest technical information and insight concerning Federal and State specifications, construction specifications and practices and Inspection tools and training.
2017 WRAPP Workshop Wrapp-Up
The results are in and the over 260 attendees to the The 2017 Western Regional Association for Pavement Preservation Workshop have given an A grade to this two day information packed annual function. 21 speakers from various Federal, State, Local Agencies, Academia, National and Western State Pavement Preservation and Industry Experts presented the latest and greatest on various cost effective, green techniques in the Pavement Preservation Toolbox. Multiple Speakers provided information about various Government and University studies, hands on project results and new techniques and products concerning the Workshop Theme of “Going Green”. The theme of Pavement Preservation’s value was repeated multiple times by Agency and Federal officials and how its proven cost effectiveness is more and more a factor in today’s limited budget world.
Weather, a major concern this winter in California, cooperated for the Workshop and attendees were able to stroll the outdoor equipment area without the threat of rain.
All of the presentations are being uploaded onto the website and will be available shortly for you to read and share.