Concrete University coming up June 30th

Best Practices for Design of Concrete Parking Lots

The material choice for the parking lot is often an overlooked decision. However, choosing a concrete parking lot can reduce energy cost by lowering the required number of lights, reduce the urban heat island effect, and offer a surface that does not require frequent resurfacing like competing materials. The program will address best practices for designing a concrete parking lot surface. The program will provide 1 LU for architects or 1 PHD credit for engineers.

June 30, 2022
Best Practices for Designing Concrete Parking Lots
(1) AIA/CES LU or (1)PDH
Instructor: Amanda Hult, P.E., NRMCA

Learning Objective 1:
Attendees will gain knowledge on how to use ACI 330 when designing concrete parking lots.

Learning Objective 2:
Attendees will gain knowledge into diagnosing problems associated with poor construction techniques and improper curing that reduce the life of the pavement and create issues for occupants of building.

Learning Objective 3:
Attendees will learn about proper mix design for quality concrete parking lots to optimize mix and reduce carbon footprint of materials.

Learning Objective 4:
Attendees will gain knowledge into current best practices for proper jointing and reinforcement of parking lots.*

All attendees will receive a certificate of attendance following the program.

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