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Using NAPA's New User Cost Tool (Part 2 of 2)
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Using NAPA's New User Cost Tool (Part 2 of 2)

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On our October 18th webinar Auburn University’s Dr. Jeff LaMondia discussed the first-of-its-kind research that looked to quantify the impacts associated with asphalt’s speed of construction. In this second webinar, Dr. Lamondia will educate participants on an Excel workbook that is customizable to location, road type, and season. This tool can quickly and in a statistically significant manner, calculate the impacts of construction, and run scenarios to improve.
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Where the Rubber Meets the Road: Recycled Tire Rubber and Modern Asphalt Pavements  Episode 3: When the Rubbers in the Road
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Where the Rubber Meets the Road: Recycled Tire Rubber and Modern Asphalt Pavements Episode 3: When the Rubbers in the Road

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Asphalt rubber differs from other recycled tire rubber-modified asphalts by using coarse pieces of recycled tire rubber at higher contents (by weight) to create a rut-resistant yet flexible asphalt binder. It is commonly used in conjunction with a gap-graded aggregate structure to produce a fatigue-resistant layer that can help reduce needed pavement structural thickness.
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Where the Rubber Meets the Road: Recycled Tire Rubber and Modern Asphalt Pavements Episode 1: Your Tire Rubber Options
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Where the Rubber Meets the Road: Recycled Tire Rubber and Modern Asphalt Pavements Episode 1: Your Tire Rubber Options

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From what you eat for lunch to what car you drive, everyone likes to have a choice. When looking to use recycled tire rubber (RTR) in an asphalt mixture, customers have the option of selecting either ambient or cryogenically ground RTR. In this first webinar in NAPA's series on RTR, learn how RTR is made and begin to understand how RTR can be a sustainable option for producing modified asphalt binders.
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Where the Rubber Meets the Road: Recycled Tire Rubber and Modern Asphalt Pavements Episode 2: Tires: Just the Way You Like Them
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Where the Rubber Meets the Road: Recycled Tire Rubber and Modern Asphalt Pavements Episode 2: Tires: Just the Way You Like Them

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There are many ways to modify asphalt binders and mixtures with recycled tire rubber (RTR); however, each method requires contractors to focus on different operations to ensure that a quality mixture is produced and placed. The “dry process” treats RTR similar to how an aggregate or other recycled material is treated by feeding it directly into the drum at a plant. While this process is not as prevalent as some other methods of blending RTR into asphalt mixtures, agencies such as the Georgia Department of Transportation and Illinois Tollway have opened specifications allow use of the dry process economically.
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Work Zone Safety: Traffic Control Plans and Intrusion Prevention
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Work Zone Safety: Traffic Control Plans and Intrusion Prevention

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Road construction work zones are inherently dangerous places. Occupational injuries and fatalities within a work zone often occur from two causes: internal construction vehicle traffic or external third-party vehicular intrusions. Learn about best practices associated with keeping safe in the work zone. Training will include review of NAPA’s online internal traffic control training modules and is targeted toward equipment operators, truck drivers, and ground laborers involved with all aspects of road construction.
Safety in the Workplace Series: Safer Work Zones
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Safety in the Workplace: Strategies for Safer Work Zones
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Sustainable Asphalt Pavements: A Practical Guide -- Part 1: Sustainability Overview
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Sustainability Overview (February 2019)
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Safety in the Workplace Series: Strategies for Safer Asphalt Plants
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Safety in the Workplace: Strategies for Safer Asphalt Plants
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Specialization in Asphalt Sustainability Implementation: Tools  Creating a Successful Sustainability Program
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Specialization in Asphalt Sustainability Implementation: Tools Creating a Successful Sustainability Program

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Specialization in Asphalt Sustainability Implementation Series: Tools Creating a Successful Sustainability Program
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Sustainable Asphalt Pavements: A Practical Guide -- Part 2: Sustainability Specifics
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Sustainability Specifics (February 2019)
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