To familiarize participants with material and equipment specifications, inspection techniques, testing and construction practices pertaining to flexible pavement construction.
Who Should Attend?
Construction technicians/technologists responsible for the inspection/testing of flexible pavement construction, surface treatments and production of hot mix aggregates.
Minimum one year related field experience in flexible pavement construction Completion of the Municipal General Inspection (TM32) and Scott McKay Soils Technology (TM33) courses are recommended.
Passing Grade: 60%.
This course is recognized by:
Association of Ontario Road Supervisors
John Rizzo is the Project Manager Transportation Engineering with the Region of Niagara. He has over 30 years of experience in the design and construction of municipal infrastructure. Among his various road rehabilitation/reconstruction projects he is also responsible for the Region’s annual strengthening and resurfacing program as well as its quality assurance program.
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