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Construction Training Courses

National Highway Institute (NHI)


Maintenance Leadership Academy

Earthwork Series

Bridge-Related Construction

Pavement Preservation

Concrete Pavement Preservation Series

Concrete Construction Technology Series

FHWA-Sponsored Construction/Maintenance

  • International Slurry Surfacing Association (ISSA) Web Based.
    • How to Construct High Quality Slurry Seal & Micro Surfacing Treatments - Part 1
    • How to Construct a High Quality Slurry Seal & Micro Surfacing Project - Part 2
    • How to Construct High Quality Chip Seal Treatments
    • Best Construction Practices for Operating a Spreader Box used with Slurry/Micro Surfacing Materials
    • Best Construction Practices for Crack Sealing of Asphalt and Concrete Pavements
  • The Society for Protective Coatings (SSPC) - Bridge Preservation Web-Based
    • Safety During Bridge Preservation
    • Coating and Painting Bridge Superstructures
    • Sealing and Waterproofing Bridge Decks

Non-FHWA Sponsored

  • Asphalt Institute (AI) Education Website:
  • American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Course Catalog - sampling of few courses available are below. Use the searchable database for topics of your interest
    • Construction Manager/General Contractor (CM/GC) Contracting in Transportation Infrastructure Programs (AW120513)
    • Introduction to Geotechnical Grouting (AW042815)
    • Sustainable Geotechnical Applications: Recycled Base Aggregates in Pavement Applications
    • An Overview of Geosynthetics and Their Major Applications (AW030711)
  • Transportation Learning Network - Pooled Fund 1414, NDDOT Lead
    • Technology exchange among states will be supported through multi-state roundtable discussions on topics relating to design, construction, maintenance, and materials. The state DOT's will annually prioritize the roundtable topics based on their current and emerging needs. The intent of the round table topics is to showcase the best practices, techniques and innovations of each state so awareness and implementation insights can be gained by other states.
    • Pavement Preservation -Chip Seal Best Practices
Updated: 02/24/2023
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