MAPA Lunch and Learn – Cape Girardeau
Topics: Performance for a Lifetime, PaveXpress – Simplified Pavement Design, Life-Cycle Cost Analysis
What: Lunch & Learn – Hosted by Missouri Asphalt Pavement Association
When: May 2, 2019, 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Where: Osage Center (Meeting Room 2)
1625 N Kingshighway St.
Cape Girardeau, MO 63701
Topic: Why Asphalt? Performance for a Lifetime – Dan Staebell, APA
PaveXpress—Simplified Pavement Design – Brandon Atchison, MAPA
Life-Cycle Cost Analysis – Dan Staebell, APA
Who: Great educational & networking opportunity for Engineering Consultants, City and Municipal Engineers and Public Works Directors.
Registration: Registration is FREE (Register by April 28th)
Lunch will be provided. PDH’s are available and there is no cost to attend.
The Missouri Asphalt Pavement Association will be hosting a Lunch & Learn at Osage Center from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Design engineers, consultants, city engineers, and public works officials will learn about Pavement Design, Asphalt – Performance for a Lifetime, and Life-Cycle Cost Analysis.
Why Asphalt? Performance for a Lifetime:
New asphalt pavement surfaces typically last 18 years before needing easy-to-perform maintenance, and Perpetual Pavement designs allow the structure of a road to last indefinitely. That’s the value owners and drivers demand, for today, tomorrow and the future.
PaveXpress—Simplified Pavement Design:
Design engineers, consultants, city engineers, and public works officials will learn about a FREE web-based tool that has been developed to design pavement sections, either roadway or parking lot, based on AASHTO 93/98 standards. The presentation will focus on structural design using layer coefficient analysis as well as other pavement design parameters. This will also cover other scenarios linked to pavement design including: estimating material cost, calculated life-cycle cost, and analyzing pavement structure.
Life-Cycle Cost Analysis:
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.
Professional Development Hours (3 hours) are available to those who attend. This is a great opportunity to learn about using asphalt effectively. There is no charge for registration and seating is limited.