March 24, 2011
Non Members: $300.00
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|| Live - Gravel Roads
This program will include all aspects of maintenance, grading, drainage, dust control, winter etc.
• The latest in gravel road maintenance techniques
• How to reduce washboarding
• How to choose good sources of gravel
• Gravel road and equipment safety
• Gravel gradation
• How to control dust
• How to select the right equipment and cutting edges
• Review of gravel road maintenance equipment
After viewing this program, participants will be better able to:
* Decide what factors to consider when comparing aggregate mixes
* Address draining issues on their gravel roads
* Compare best maintenance practices of these agencies with their own.
This program has been approved for .2 CEUs or 2 PDHs. The form to request these credits is included in the handouts for this program. Please note there is a $5 fee per individual requesting CEUs.
||Greg S. Parker, PE
Johnson County Engineer
Johnson County, IA
Greg S. Parker, PE has been the Johnson County Engineer in Iowa City, Iowa for the past 6 years. . He has worked in the Civil Engineering environment for his entire career in capacities such as Streets Director of Cedar Rapids, as Assistant County Engineer in both Linn and Story Counties and as a Civil Engineer for Williams & Company & Snyder & Associates.
He is a past board member and president of the Iowa APWA Chapter and is an active member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), the National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE) and The National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE) where he is on the national Snow and Ice Pooled Fund Cooperative Program (SICOP) committee.
Public Works Superintendent
Township of Dawn-Euphemia, Ontario
Paul Dalton has a reputation for having the best gravel roads in the province.
The public works superintendent for Dawn-Euphemia, Paul has spent almost thirty years building and maintaining the township’s roads with his own special blend of aggregate (known as the “Dawn Blend”) and his own hand-built equipment.
“I have been accused of treating the township roads as my own,” he says. “They are right. I do.”
Paul served on the board of, and was the president of, The Association of Ontario Road Supervisors in 2004 and 2005.
||Moderator:Christopher R. Butler
Centralized Fleet Manager for Johnson County