For the first time ever, the International Grooving & Grinding Association (IGGA) Annual Meeting, including its Technical Sessions will be virtual and open to the public.
The technical sessions, presented as a 90-minute webinar, is scheduled for December 10th from 1:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. (Eastern) and noon to 2:30 p.m. (Central). Click here to register for the event, which is free of charge to IGGA members, ACPA members and affiliates, and all others with an interest in the topics listed below.
Pavement preservation is more challenging today than ever before, and the program was prepared with that and other considerations in mind.
This year’s event will provide a glimpse of the future through an owner’s eyes, as well as a recent study of the long-term performance of rapid strength concrete slab repairs, and an investigation on how to use slurry for soil stabilization.
Welcome & Introduction – John Roberts, Executive Director, IGGA
Next 10: A Vision for The Future – Randy Iwasaki, Executive Director, Contra Costa Transportation Authority
Concrete Pavement Preservation:The Phoenix Diamond GrindingStory – Randy Everett, Senior Division Administrator, Arizona Department of Transportation Central District
SCDOT’s Super Smooth Reconstruction of SC-544 – Jay Thompson, South Carolina CPI Manager, SEPI, Inc
Long Term Performance of Rapid Strength Concrete (RSC) Slabs on California Highways – Dr. Mike Darter, Principal Engineer, Applied Research Associates, Inc
Effects of Beneficial Use of Concrete Grinding Residue on Transportation Infrastructure – Dr. Halil Ceylan, Professor of Civil Engineering / Director of the Program for Sustainable Pavement Engineering & Research (PROSPER), Iowa State University (ISU)
Bill Davenport has been working with John Robert and Larry Scofield, along with the experts presenting on these timely topics. He also will provide online administrative support for the web-based event.