Design for Pervious Concrete Seminar and Workshop

The success of pervious concrete construction largely depends on the design and construction procedures, attendees of the event will gain a better understanding about pervious concrete stormwater systems.

The Auburn University Continuing Education class, "Design for Pervious Concrete" will take place on July 15, 2011 at the Georgia Association of Water Professionals training center located in Marietta, Ga.

This one-day program will provide participants a detailed understanding of pervious concrete stormwater systems and its use as a low impact paving alternative. It will discuss issues affecting successful design with pervious concrete, including mix design, sizing, hydrology, siting, site preparation and post placement landscaping, layout, aspects of placement execution, and long term care and maintenance.

This course should be of direct interest to those in the Civil Engineering and Landscape Architecture fields, including county engineers, city engineers, public works officials, transportation engineers, DOT personnel, consultants, and those with responsibilities for stormwater design and control.

To register please follow the link.