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|Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-10-010
Date: January/February 2010
Highway Technology Calendar
The following events provide opportunities to learn more about products and technologies for accelerating infrastructure innovations.
2010 Concrete Bridge Conference: Achieving Safe, Smart, and Sustainable Bridges
February 24–26, 2010, Phoenix, AZ
Conference sponsors include the National Concrete Bridge Council and the Portland Cement Association. Key topics to be featured at the conference include sustainable bridges, nondestructive evaluation for bridges, durable bridge decks, smart bridges, and innovative bridge design and construction.
2010 FHWA Bridge Engineering Conference—Highways for LIFE and Accelerated Bridge Construction
April 8–9, 2010, Orlando, FL
Conference topics will include prefabricated bridge elements and systems, innovative materials, nondestructive bridge evaluation methodology and techniques, accelerated bridge construction, inspection and maintenance, and seismic bridge engineering. The conference is cosponsored by 19 State departments of transportation.
First International Conference on Pavement Preservation
April 13–15, 2010, Newport Beach, CA
An array of pavement preservation issues will be featured at the conference, including benefits of pavement preservation, treatments for flexible and rigid pavements, strategy selection, integration of pavement preservation into pavement management systems, promotion of pavement preservation to the public and elected officials, and funding.
2010 Design-Build in Transportation Conference
April 21–23, 2010, Dallas, TX
Join transportation leaders in discussing lessons learned in the use of the design-build project delivery method for transportation projects. The discussions will cover choosing the right delivery method, contracting approaches, risk allocation, and performance contracting. The conference is cosponsored by the Design-Build Institute of America, FHWA, American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO), and various industry groups.
The Fifth International Conference on Bridge Maintenance, Safety, and Management
July 11-15, 2010, Philadelphia, PA
Organized by the International Association for Bridge Maintenance and Safety, the conference will cover such topics as measurement and monitoring, fatigue analysis, repair and strengthening, bridge testing and assessment, advanced materials technology, and innovative construction technology. Sponsors include AASHTO, FHWA, the Tranportation Research Board (TRB), Pennsylvania Infrastructure Technology Alliance, American Concrete Institute, and Lehigh University.
International Conference on Sustainable Concrete Pavements: Practices, Challenges, and Directions
September 15–17, 2010, Sacramento, CA
The conference will present innovative processes for achieving sustainable concrete pavements throughout the pavement's life cycle. Topics will include existing technologies, emerging research, approaches to measuring energy and environmental impact, user considerations, and international practices and experiences. Case studies from around the world will also be presented. The conference is being organized by FHWA and the National Concrete Pavement Technology Center as part of the technology transfer efforts of FHWA's Advanced Concrete Pavement Technology Products Program.
Contact: Shiraz Tayabji at Fugro Consultants, Inc., 410-997-9020 (email: email@example.com); or Sam Tyson at FHWA, 202-366-1326 (email: firstname.lastname@example.org). Information is also available online at www.fhwa.dot.gov/pavement/concrete/2010acptpconf.cfm.
Seventh International Bridge Engineering Conference
December 1–3, 2010, San Antonio, TX
Sponsored by TRB and FHWA and hosted by the Texas Department of Transportation, the conference will focus on improving bridge reliability and safety. Technical sessions will cover such topics as accelerated bridge construction, bridge management and preservation, innovative materials, inspection and monitoring, bridge scour, and seismic and blast hazards.
United States Department of Transportation - Federal Highway Administration