Webinars and Videos

The National Concrete Pavement Technology Center (CP Tech Center) aims to expedite the integration of advanced approaches, technologies, and research into everyday concrete paving practice via training webinars and videos, as well as other resources.

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Upcoming Webinars

Register to join upcoming CP Tech Center webinars:

  • February 9, 2021: Understanding the application/benefit of fiber reinforcement in concrete
  • March 9, 2021: Advancements in our knowledge and action to control alkali-silica reaction (ASR) in concrete pavements
  • April 6, 2021: Understanding the value of competition
Past webinars

Jump to playlists addressing the following concrete-paving-related topics via the links below:

ADA Compliance Webinar Series (2020)
Concrete Pavement Recycling (RCA) Webinar Series (2016–2017)
Fiber-Reinforced Concrete (FRC) Webinar Series (2018)
Real-Time Smoothness (RTS) Webinars
Concrete Pavement Inspection Webinar Series (2019)
Pavement Preservation Webinar Series (2020)
Overlays Webinar Series (2020)
Concrete Paving Best Practices

 

  1. Concrete Pavement Thickness Design and Slab Geometry (2020):
  2. Life-Cycle Cost Analysis (LCCA) in Pavement Design Webinar (2020):
  3. Concrete Roundabout Design and Construction Webinar (2020):
  4. Resiliency/Resilient Pavement Systems Webinar (2020):
  5. Joints Webinar (2020):
  6. Dowel Basket Anchoring Methods (Voigt) (Slides–2017)
  7. Supplementary Cementitious Materials (SCMs) (Sutter) (Slides–2016)
  8. Materials-Related Distress of PCC (Taylor) (Slides–2016)
  9. Optimized Aggregate Gradation for Concrete Paving Mixtures (Sheehan) (Slides–2016)
  10. Internal Curing (Weiss) (Slides–2016)

 

See also our Internal Curing page

 

Concrete Lunch & Learn Training
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Since 2006, informal quarterly “Lunch & Learn” training has kept Iowa’s county and municipal engineers on top of best practices and new tools/methods in concrete pavements in now ten locations across Iowa every fall, winter, and spring. Additional information along with previous seasons’ slide handouts is available here.

  1. Winter 2020–2021, Session 2—PCC Overlays: Fabric and Fiber—Handout
  2. Winter 2020–2021, Session 1—PEM and Reduced-Cement Paving Mixes in Iowa—Handout
  3. Fall 2020—Durable Concrete in a Low-Ash World—Handout
  4. Spring 2020—Basics of Concrete Paving and Inspection—Handout and 2020 Iowa DOT Inspection Checklists
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