- Briefing Room
Conversations Launching Change
Discussions targeted to Local Agencies, Tribes and Federal Land Management Agencies programs
Thursday, October 31, 2019
1:00 PM -2:30 PM [EST]
Join us for a look at how the U.S. Army Corps of Engineer's saved time and money by repairing deteriorating bridge joints using a Pre-Compressed Foam Expansion Joint System and implementing the use of epoxy rust penetrating sealer to address environmental concerns on their bridge painting projects.
Then sail into the 21st Century on the Atlantic Boulevard Bridge rehabilitation where the coastal City of Pompano Beach, Florida increased pedestrian and vehicular safety, and established a memorable visual experience.
Pre-Compressed Foam Expansion Joint System Saves on Traffic Delays
Carl Leunig, USACE
An Environmentally Acceptable Bridge Painting Methodology
Janet Patev, USACE
Making a Statement with an Iconic Structure
Horacio Danovich, City of Pompano Beach, Florida
To join the webinar, participants must register to participate in the meeting room. Wherever possible, we encourage you to attend from a conference room where everyone can get around as a group.
Target Audience: Local Agencies, Tribes, and Federal Land Management Agencies
Use this link to register
For additional information please contact Mack.Frost@dot.gov
We look forward to your participation!