Dates: February 8-10, 2021
Meets: M and W from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
DescriptionThe course will introduce definitions and metrics for assessing and improving the sustainability of pavements across the life cycle using the concept of life cycle thinking. Strategies and approaches for different stages of the life cycle, different contexts, and differing goals of agencies will be discussed. Cost and social considerations will also be discussed. Expected future changes in tools, technologies, and policies for improving sustainability, and considerations to help assure that proposed changes have a high probability of improving sustainability will be presented. This is an introductory-level course offered by the City and County Pavement Improvement Center (CCPIC) in partnership with TechTransfer.
- Definitions, issues, metrics of sustainability
- Pavement life cycle and life cycle thinking
- Importance of context
- Life cycle assessment (LCA) for environmental quantification
- Overview of social and financial sustainability indicators and approaches
- Considerations and strategies for improving environmental sustainability in pavement life cycle stages
- Materials, design and procurement
- Maintenance and rehabilitation, pavement management
- End of life
- Use of LCA data to identify and prioritize
- Use of cost and environmental data to prioritize
- Expected trends in improving the sustainability of pavement
What You Will LearnCourse attendees will learn:
- How pavement contributes to environmental impacts and finite resource use and magnitudes of contributions
- How those impacts differ for different contexts
- What life cycle thinking involves
- How life cycle assessment (LCA) works to define systems and life cycles and quantify impacts
- International, federal, state, local, and industry initiatives for using LCA
- Brief overview of how social and financial sustainability indicators and approaches can be considered with environmental impacts to support decision making
- Specific strategies and approaches for improving the environmental sustainability of pavement through design, materials specifications, construction specifications, procurement, pavement management, maintenance and rehabilitation, for different contexts
- Use of LCA and life cycle cost analysis to help evaluate and prioritize alternative strategies, and how to do this in a simple way with available resources (applicable to other areas as well)
- What is expected to occur over the next several years with respect to government and industry actions to improve the sustainability of pavement
Who Should AttendAnyone involved in:
- Pavement engineering, specifications, construction management
- Pavement management
- Civil infrastructure materials procurement
- Policy and planning for streets, roads, active transportation
- Sustainability planning and policy in any area
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Note: There are no refunds for classes with registration fees of $75 or less. In lieu of canceling your registration, you have three additional options, you may (1) transfer your registration to another class, (2) receive a tuition credit for the full amount, useable toward a future class, or (3) send a substitute in your place. Please contact us at least 5 full working days before the class is scheduled to begin so we may process your request.
We recommend you discuss any possible problems or online security issues with your IT person before you register for any online classes. If you are worried about connectivity issues, please contact the online training coordinator the week before the class to schedule a time to test your system. If you do not test your system and you have technical issues during a live online class, we will not provide a refund.
Group Pricing SpecialPay for one online class registration at full-price and receive up to five additional registrations for your co-workers for the same class at half-price. After you complete your full-price online class registration, please contact our registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a coupon code for 50% off each additional participant that you can share with up to five others from your agency. If your co-worker has provided you with a coupon code, you will be prompted to enter the code before you complete your registration. For groups larger than six, please contact the registrar at email@example.com for more information. Some online courses are excluded from this offer.
Class ScheduleThis class has two two-hour sessions on Monday and Wednesday. Monday, February 8, 2021 :: 2:00-4:00 pm :: Pacific Time Wednesday, February 10, 2021 :: 2:00-4:00 pm :: Pacific Time This is a live online course. All times for the online lecture are in (California) Pacific Time. Approximately one week before the course start date, all paid students will receive detailed instructions on how to access the web based lecture and course site. You will also receive instructions on how to access the student course notebook. Please make sure we have your updated contact information and you have access to an internet connection for your desktop or laptop on the days and times of the lecture. We recommend you discuss any possible problems or online security issues with your IT person before you register for any online classes. If you're worried about connectivity issues, please contact the online training coordinator, Jenny Grandbois, the week before the class to schedule a time to test your system. If you don't test your system and you have technical issues during a live online class, we will not provide a refund.
Call us at 510-643-4393 to see if you qualify for a discount on this course.
|Course Fee (Basic)||CA Public Agency||$ 145.00|
|Course Fee (Alternate)||Standard fee||$ 290.00|
John HarveyPhD, PE, Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California Davis
Prof. Harvey is Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at UC Davis, where he teaches pavement engineering and construction management, Director of the UC Pavement Research Center (UCPRC), and founding Director of the City and County Pavement Improvement Center (CCPIC). He has worked in the pavement field for 35 years. He has been Principal Investigator for 20 years for projects for research, development and implementation for pavement materials, structural design, asset management, construction, cost, and environmental topics for Caltrans, Federal Highway Administration, Federal Aviation Administration, other state and national agencies, and industry. Before returning home to California for graduate school John worked five years in Texas consulting and as a contract public works official in Nigeria. His PE license is from California.
|02/08/2021||Monday||2 PM to 4 PM||Online|
|02/10/2021||Wednesday||2 PM to 4 PM||Online|
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