2019 Annual Pavement Preservation Workshop
2019 WRAPP Workshop Attendees learn to go “APE” (Access, Plan, Execute)
More than 275 Agency and Industry attendees at the 2019 Annual WRAPP Workshop in San Diego experienced training on the nuts and bolts of Pavement Preservation. They were challenged to access, plan and execute strategies with various case studies presented by experts in the field based on guidelines from the FHWA Pavement Preservation Initiative EDC (Every Day Counts).
The two days of presentations by Agency/Industry experts, on subjects ranging from Pavement Management systems, Aspects of Project Planning and Implementation, Agency/Industry Pre-con communications and job preparation work, On the job requirements concerning Inspection and Special considerations.
First Day Key Note speaker Bill Hoffman, Deputy Director of Nevada DOT, outlined the need of Industry and Agency working together for the common good of owners and contractors, to put out successful finished projects. He emphasized the need for joint training for all involved in Public Works projects with an emphasis on inspection , certification and QA/QC.
Second Day Key Note, Lobbyist Kiana Valentine, navigated the attendees through the current atmosphere in Sacramento Politics and what the future holds for Pavement Preservation in the State.
Multiple available online resources concerning Pavement Preservation Accessing, Planning and Executing projects were explored, giving attendees technical sources of information as they weigh the various options and techniques available to them in the Preservation toolbox.
The Workshop Presentations and information on the resources mentioned above are available on the Website under the Workshop Tab.
We look forward to seeing you all next January 29/30/31 so save the date for the 2020 Workshop. We will be in Sacramento at the Holiday Inn Capitol Center, our most popular Northern CA venue.