November 2017 

Free Webinar

Ultra-High Performance Concrete (UHPC) for Local Agencies

  

December 6    12:30 pm – 2:00 pm EST
 

Call-in Number:       877-336-1839

Access Passcode:  3947009 

Webinar link:           https://connectdot.connectsolutions.com/uhpclocal/

No prior registration is required.

 



Come learn how this Every Day Counts innovation can enhance your local bridge project’s quality with this improved concrete material. 

This webinar is open to all agencies including Tribes, FLMAs, and Local Agencies.  Also, please and feel free to share with those who may be interested, including your staff and design firms who prepare your bridge plans. 

The recorded webinar will be posted online. 

Topics and Presenters

UHPC Materials and Benefits – Mark Leonard, FHWA Resource Center

Case Study: Arlington Memorial Bridge UHPC Design – George Choubah, FHWA Federal Lands Highway

Case Study: UHPC County Bridges Construction – Brian Keierleber, Buchanan County, Iowa

 

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