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March 1998Publication Number: FHWA-SA-98-020

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SHRP Implementation Calendar

  • Asphalt Conference and Exposition

    March 22-25, 1998, Atlanta, GA

    The conference will feature more than 25 sessions on such topics as "Meeting the Superpave Paving Challenge," and "Quality Control in Recycling and Reclaiming." The accompanying exposition will feature the latest in asphalt equipment and services.

    Contact: Gale Johnson, 800-355-1860, ext. 22 (fax: 816-248-1843).

  • Constructing Quality Pavements Using Superpave Technology

    March 24-26, 1998, Charleston, SC

    March 31-April 2, 1998, Newport Beach, CA

    April 7-9, 1998, Las Vegas, NV

    April 14-16, 1998, Woodbridge, NJ

    April 28-30, 1998, Cincinnati, OH

    May 5-7, 1998, Phoenix, AZ

    May 5-7, 1998, Raleigh, NC

    May 5-7, 1998, Sacramento, CA

    This 2.5-day seminar covers such topics as new binder designations, mix design procedures, and mix types.

    Contact: Mandee Hall at the Asphalt Institute, 606-288-4964 (fax: 606-288-4999; email:

  • North Central Superpave Center Courses
    • Volumetric Mix Design Course

      March 24-26, 1998, Indianapolis, IN

    • Binder Course

      April 1-3, 1998, Indianapolis, IN

    These courses are designed to give laboratory technicians and managers an understanding of the Superpave binder specifications and mix design procedures.

    Contact: For registration information, contact Nona Schaler at 765-494-2756 (fax: 765-494-0567). For information on course content, contact Julie Smith at 765-463-2317 (fax: 765-497-2402).

  • Superpave Courses

    March 25-26, 1998, Atlanta, GA

    Held in conjunction with the Asphalt Conference and Exposition, these courses are sponsored by the Asphalt Contractor, the National Highway Institute, and the Federal Highway Administration. The courses offered are "Hot Mix Asphalt Construction," "Hot Mix Production Facilities," "Pavement Recycling," and "Superpave."

    Contact: Gale Johnson at 800-355-1860, ext. 22 (fax: 816-248-1843).

  • Superpave Mix Design and Analysis

    April 6-9, 1998, Austin, TX

    Sponsored by the South Central Superpave Center, this course will feature both classroom instruction and hands-on laboratory work. The course is open to anyone in the asphalt technology field, including State, city, and county personnel; contractors; consultants; and testing laboratory staff.

    Contact: For registration information, contact the continuing engineering studies department at the University of Texas at Austin, 512-471-3506 (fax: 512-232-1972). For information about course content, contact Thomas Kennedy at 512-471-7741 (fax: 512-475-8744).

  • Task Force on SHRP Implementation Meeting

    April 16-17, 1998, Baltimore, MD

    Contact: Bob Templeton at the Texas Department of Transportation, 512-305-9504 (fax: 512-463-0283; email:

  • Superpave: Today and Tomorrow

    April 21-23, 1998, St. Louis, MO

    Sponsored by FHWA and the Asphalt Institute, this conference will feature sessions on Superpave binders, volumetric mix design, performance testing, and implementation activities.

    Contact: Mandee Hall at the Asphalt Institute, 606-288-4964 (fax: 606-288-4999; email:

  • SHRP Technology Exchange Conference

    October 13-14, 1998, Hagerstown, MD

    Designed for highway practitioners and managers, this conference will evaluate the results of SHRP and the lessons learned from the program.

    Contact: John Scally at Maryland State Highway Administration, 410-582-5535 (fax: 410-582-9862; email: or Hassan Raza at FHWA, 410-962-4342, x132 (fax: 410-962-4054; email:

  • International Conference on Corrosion and Rehabilitation of Reinforced Concrete Structures

    December 8-11, 1998, Orlando, FL

    The conference will feature the latest on the design, construction, maintenance, and rehabilitation of concrete structures.

    Contact: Donald Jackson at FHWA, 202-366-6770 (fax: 202-366-7909; email:

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