Lanham, MD - The National Asphalt Pavement Association announces that the Asphalt In Depth Conference, co-sponsored by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and supported by local state associations, will be held June 1- 2, 2011 in Nashville. The conference will center on educational round table discussions lead by industry experts focusing on recycled materials, warm-mix asphalt, and construction. Attendees can earn up to 10.5 professional development hours (PDHs).
This day and a half conference will bring together industry experts, including contractors, agencies, consultants and researchers, who will address construction challenges that are commonly encountered. Topics for discussion will include: constructing better longitudinal joints, maximizing RAP content for a mix; the use of warm mix to increase the RAP content of mix, and much more. Participants will have the opportunity to join in round table discussions to develop questions for a panel to answer during an open forum and will receive recordings of the Q&A session as well as copies of the presentations.
A limited number of tabletop exhibit spaces are available for companies looking for an opportunity to showcase their products. For more information, contact Nancy Lawler or Sandy Palacorolla or call toll-free, 888-468-6499, at the NAPA office.
The registration fee is $300 through May 2 and $325 after May 2. Online registration for on-site attendance is now open on the NAPA website.