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Workshop Agenda
Current Technology for Design and Construction of Steel Bridges
AASHTO/NSBA Steel Bridge Collaboration
April 28, 2006
Maryland State Highway Administration
211 East Madison Street
Baltimore, MD

7:45 a.m. Registration

8:15 Welcome, Introduction
Bob Healy, Maryland SHA

8:30 Overview of the AASHTO/NSBA Steel Bridge Collaboration
Activities and Publications
Ronnie Medlock, TxDOT

9:00 Quality Control and Quality Assurance Issues, Including Overview of S2.1.
Denis Dubois, Maine DOT & Alex DeHart, Trinity Industries

9:40 Break

10:00 Fabrication Technology, Including Overview of S2.1
Heather Gilmer, TxDOT

10:40 Coating Technology, Including Overview of S8.1
Eric Kline, KTA Tator

11:20 Detailing Issues, Shop Drawing Review and Approva,l G1; Including Overview of G1.2 and G1.3
Walter Gatti, Tensor Engineering

12:00 Lunch (on your own)

1:15 Design for Constructability, G12.1
Bill McEleney, NSBA

2:10 Bridge Bearing Design and Detailing, Including Overview of G9.1
Mike Culmo, CME Associates

2:50 Break

3:10 Steel Bridge Erection, Including Overview of S10.1
Bill McEleney, NSBA

3:50 Wrap-Up, Future of Steel Bridges and Collaboration Activities
Ronnie Medlock, TxDOT

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