The second part of the International Grooving & Grinding Association ( IGGA), Annual Meeting continues tomorrow with a virtual Technical Session. The event begins at 1 p.m. (Eastern) or Noon (Central) and will run for about 2-1/2 hours. PDH credits will be awarded for successful completion of the courses.

Larry Scofield developed the program, which includes five interesting and informative presentations on surface transportation and concrete rehabilitation and restoration.

  • Next 10: A Vision for The Future – Randy Iwasaki, Executive Director, Contra Costa Transportation Authority
  • Concrete Pavement Preservation: The Phoenix Diamond Grinding Story – 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)

There is no charge for the event, but registration is required. Click here to register for the training and tech transfer event.  IGGA is encouraging members, chapters, and others to register as soon as possible.