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Videos

Welcome to the Every Day Counts (EDC) Exchange – a series of information exchanges intended to introduce you to FHWA’s EDC Initiatives. The videos that you are about to view include introductions to the initiative as well as specific projects and examples of successful application of the initiative.

Part 1 — Introductory remarks by:

  • Warren Schlatter, P.E., P.S. – Defiance County (OH) Engineer
  • G. Randy Albert, P.E. – PennDOT Municipal Service Supervisor

Part 2 — National Question and Answer Session

Part 3 — Presentations by:

  • Brian P. Keierleber, P.E. – Buchanon County (IA) Engineer
  • Toby Bogart, P.E. – St. Lawrence County (NY) Superintendent of Highways

Part 4 — National Question and Answer Session

Photos

  • Photo: Shown here are two rutted WMA pavement specimens that CDOT researchers put through the Hamburg testing procedure. Credit: CDOT

    Typical Sized Labor Crew with a Centrally Located Track hoe

  • Photo: Shown here are two rutted WMA pavement specimens that CDOT researchers put through the Hamburg testing procedure. Credit: CDOT

    Reinforced Soil Foundation

  • Photo: Shown here are two rutted WMA pavement specimens that CDOT researchers put through the Hamburg testing procedure. Credit: CDOT

    GRS Approach

  • Photo: Shown here are two rutted WMA pavement specimens that CDOT researchers put through the Hamburg testing procedure. Credit: CDOT

    GRS Approach

  • Photo: Shown here are two rutted WMA pavement specimens that CDOT researchers put through the Hamburg testing procedure. Credit: CDOT

    GRS Approach

  • Photo: Shown here are two rutted WMA pavement specimens that CDOT researchers put through the Hamburg testing procedure. Credit: CDOT

    GRS Approach

  • Photo: Shown here are two rutted WMA pavement specimens that CDOT researchers put through the Hamburg testing procedure. Credit: CDOT

    This GRS-IBS bridge took ten days to build, start to finish. Shown is phase 1 of construction.

  • Photo: Shown here are two rutted WMA pavement specimens that CDOT researchers put through the Hamburg testing procedure. Credit: CDOT

    This GRS-IBS bridge took ten days to build, start to finish. Shown is phase 2 construction.

  • Photo: Shown here are two rutted WMA pavement specimens that CDOT researchers put through the Hamburg testing procedure. Credit: CDOT

    This GRS-IBS bridge took ten days to build, start to finish. Shown is the completed bridge.

  • Photo: Shown here are two rutted WMA pavement specimens that CDOT researchers put through the Hamburg testing procedure. Credit: CDOT

    Specialized equipment is not required to construct a GRS IBS. Simple tools that are readily available and relatively inexpensive can be used. These include hand tools, measuring devices and heavy equipment.

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