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  • Course Description: AEC Daily: Maintenance & Management of Interlocking Concrete Pavements

     ONGOING - 1.5 HRS - FREE

    While all pavements require maintenance and eventually rehabilitation, the modular nature of interlocking concrete pavement (ICP) requires maintenance procedures distinctly different from those for monolithic pavements. This course provides information on surface cleaning, sealers, sealing procedures, and joint sand stabilization. Repair procedures for the subgrade, base, bedding, and paver layers are also provided. Snow management techniques are addressed, and the course concludes with an in-depth look at pavement management using ASTM procedures for establishing a pavement condition index.

     ONGOING - 1.5 HRS - FREE


    Learning Objectives:

    Employ surface cleaning procedures to maintain ICP appearance and performance.

    Identify sealer types, applications, advantages, and safety considerations.

    Evaluate when joint sand stabilization is needed, types, and application methods.

    Use an inspection checklist for identifying when repairs are needed to maintain pavement safety and functionality.

    Demonstrate how a pavement condition index is developed for use in managing maintenance and budgeting and for performance assessment.