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The Missouri Asphalt Pavement Association is proud to represent the asphalt industry in Missouri. Founded in 1990, our Association has grown to serve asphalt producers and non-producers, oil suppliers, contractors, and parties with a commitment to the quality production of asphalt. With over 100 members, MAPA affords a strong network of asphalt contractors. Centrally located in Jefferson City, we are able to foster a strong relationship and continual dialogue with MoDOT. With the support of our members, MAPA is committed to continually promoting and growing the asphalt network throughout the state of Missouri.

MAPA Emerging Leaders Webinar – LCCA

When:
December 17th
10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. CST
 
Cost:

Registration is FREE

1 PDH Hour Available

Topic Description:

Speaker Dan Staebell – Asphalt Pavement Alliance

Life-Cycle Cost Analysis (LCCA) is a detailed process purchasers use to select various alternatives. These LCCA alternatives can range from vehicles, surface treatments to pavement type selection. Learn about the basic techniques and tools available to assist LCCA decisions. In addition, Dan will also discuss the “Rules to Live By”. Here he will outline 5 keys in making the best decisions when comparing alternatives.

Learning Objectives: 

  • Basic LCCA concepts
  • Steps, and inputs
  • Keys to Success
  • Rules

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