Sep 27
Sep 29
InTrans

Fall 2022 National Concrete Consortium

Event Details
LOCATION

Detroit, Michigan

VENUE

Marriott Detroit Renaissance Center
400 Renaissance Drive
Click the appropriate link below or call (877) 901-6632 for the National Concrete Consortium block. Deadline: September 9th.

Group Block ($199/night)

Government Block (DOT / FHWA)

 

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DATES

September 27, 2022 — September 29, 2022

TIME

General Session begins at 8:00 AM Eastern on Tuesday, September 27.

Event Contact
Denise Wagner
InTrans, CP Tech Center
515-294-5798
dfwagner@iastate.edu

Agenda


Monday, September 26 – 5:00-7:00 PM  A reception with soft drinks and light hors d’oeuvres will be available on Monday evening – Cadillac Room (5th level).  Cash bar available.

Day 1 | Tuesday, September 27, 2022

TimeEvent Details
6:30 a.m.

Breakfast buffet - Ambassador Salon 1 (3rd level)

8:00

GENERAL SESSION - Mackinac Ballroom (5th level)

8:00Welcome – Paul Ajegba, Michigan DOT Director and Dan Miller, NC2 Executive Committee Chair, Ohio DOT
8:15FHWA Program Update – Robert Spragg, FHWA
8:45State Reports Summary - Concrete Specifications– Dan Miller, Ohio DOT
9:15CP Tech Center Update – John Adam, CP Tech Center
9:45Q & A - Open Discussion
10:00

Morning Break

Performance Engineered Mixtures
10:30Precision & Bias Testing - Dr. Jason Weiss, Oregon State University
11:15

PEM Pooled Fund - Gordon Smith and Leif Wathne, CP Tech Center

11:30State Experience – PEM – Ethan Bahmer, Michigan DOT
12:00 p.m.

LUNCH Ambassador Salon 1 (3rd level)

Sustainability

1:00Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs) – Brian Killingsworth, NRMCA
1:30ACPA Plan - Eric Ferrebee, ACPA
1:50FHWA Outlook - Gina Ahlstrom, FHWA
2:15

Steel - Cradle to Grave EPDs - Rob Kinchler, CRSI

2:45

Afternoon Break

Concrete Pavements

3:15Evaluation of Penetrating Sealants – Dr. John Kevern, University of Missouri-Kansas City
3:40Buckling – Dan King, CP Tech Center
4:05Concrete Pavement Resilience – Jim Mack, CEMEX
4:30Optimizing Opening – Dr. Norb Delatte, Oklahoma State University
5:00

Adjourn/dinner on your own

Day 2 | Wednesday, September 28

TimeEvent Details
6:30 a.m.

Breakfast buffet - Cartier (4th level)

8:00 GENERAL SESSION  - Mackinac Ballroom (5th level)
State Initiative Spotlights
8:00Repairs and Diamond Grinding of Thin Concrete Overlays – Tom Burnham, Minnesota DOT
8:30NTPEP Portland Blended Cement Program – Drew Waldrop, Alabama DOT
9:00Textured Reinforcement – Dr. Bassem Andrawes, University of Illinois-Urbana/Champaign
9:30

Q & A – Open Discussion

9:45

Morning Break

Structural Concrete

10:15

Steel Fibers in Bridge Decks – Dr. Kevin Folliard, University of Texas – Austin

10:45Internal Curing Update – Dr. Kamran Amini, Alta Vista Solutions
11:15New Test Methods/Equipment – Mark Felag, Mark E Felag, LLC / AASHTO
11:45

Q&A — Open Discussion

12:00 p.m.

LUNCH - Cartier (4th level)

Project Updates

1:00Iowa Highway 3 Overlay – Todd Hanson, Iowa DOT and Greg Mulder, Iowa Concrete Paving Association
1:30California Overlay Projects - Dulce Rufino Feldman, California DOT and Charles Stuart, SW Concrete Pavement Association
2:00

Michigan Gordie Howe Bridge - Mohammed Alghurabi and Jim Siler, Michigan DOT; and Johnnathan Quijano and Ary Moustapha, Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority

2:30Field Trip Presentation - 2nd Avenue Bridge over I94 and I275 Paving Low Carbon Mix-Hwy 96 to DTW - Dan DeGraaf, Michigan Concrete Association, Dave Harris, Michigan DOT, and John Staton, Michigan DOT (retired)
3:00

Afternoon Break

3:30TTCC TPF 5(437) TAC Meeting – for state agency members - Dan Miller, Chair
5:00TTCC TAC Meeting adjourns/dinner on your own

Day 3 | Thursday, September 29

TimeEvent Details
6:30 a.m.

Breakfast buffet - - Cartier (4th level)

8:00

Charter coaches depart for a technical tour of 2nd Avenue Bridge over I94 and I275 Paving Low Carbon Mix-Hwy 96 to DTW Airport on I275.  PPE required:  hard hat and safety vest. A limited number will be available to borrow, so please bring yours if possible.

11:00

Approximate drop-off time at Detroit DTW Airport

11:30

Approximate drop-off time at Marriott Detroit Renaissance Center.

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