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Hi All,

California is one of the States most impacted by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).  The CDC has recently issued a Level 2 alert for domestic travel.  In light of these developments, we have decided to cancel the StreetSaver User Week scheduled for March 30 to April 3, 2020. 

We are in unprecedented times. Since this is just the initial phase of the pandemic, we can't predict when it will be over. We hope to reschedule the User Week for the month of July.

Please stay healthy and safe.

Thanks,

- The StreetSaver Team


Technology Transfer Workshop: Slurry Seals and Microsurfacing for California


Fall SoCal StreetSaver Training

March 30, 2020
1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Instructor: Lerose Lane, P.E. and Dingxin Cheng, PHD, P.E.
Price: Free

Location: Alameda County Conference Center 125 12th Street Oakland Room Oakland, CA 94607

Register 

Technology Transfer Workshop: Slurry Seals and Microsurfacing for California 

This workshop will provide a foundation for practitioners including understanding the latest updates to StreetSaver apps and software.Topics covered include resources and tools available to support pavement management; and the practical steps to follow for implementation.

Overview
Slurry surfacing, which includes slurry seals and microsurfacing, is just one type of many maintenance treatments that can preserve pavements and defer the need for and cost of a reconstruction project. Slurry seals, which were developed first, are placing on an existing pavement. They proved to be a promising technique in maintaining road surfaces. Currently, slurry seals are used for a multitude of surfacing projects throughout the world, and are accepted as a cost-effective maintenance treatment.

More information athttps://transweb.sjsu.edu/research/1845B-Slurry-Surfacing-Manual




Attendance limited to 50 people

Technology Transfer Workshop: Slurry Seals and Microsurfacing for California


Fall SoCal StreetSaver Training

March 30, 2020
1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Instructor: Lerose Lane, P.E. and Dingxin Cheng, PHD, P.E.
Price: Free

Location: Alameda County Conference Center 125 12th Street Oakland Room Oakland, CA 94607

Register 

Technology Transfer Workshop: Slurry Seals and Microsurfacing for California 

This workshop will provide a foundation for practitioners including understanding the latest updates to StreetSaver apps and software.Topics covered include resources and tools available to support pavement management; and the practical steps to follow for implementation.

Overview
Slurry surfacing, which includes slurry seals and microsurfacing, is just one type of many maintenance treatments that can preserve pavements and defer the need for and cost of a reconstruction project. Slurry seals, which were developed first, are placing on an existing pavement. They proved to be a promising technique in maintaining road surfaces. Currently, slurry seals are used for a multitude of surfacing projects throughout the world, and are accepted as a cost-effective maintenance treatment.

More information athttps://transweb.sjsu.edu/research/1845B-Slurry-Surfacing-Manual




Attendance limited to 50 people

Technology Transfer Workshop: Slurry Seals and Microsurfacing for California


Fall SoCal StreetSaver Training

March 30, 2020
1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Instructor: Lerose Lane, P.E. and Dingxin Cheng, PHD, P.E.
Price: Free

Location: Alameda County Conference Center 125 12th Street Oakland Room Oakland, CA 94607

Register 

Technology Transfer Workshop: Slurry Seals and Microsurfacing for California 

This workshop will provide a foundation for practitioners including understanding the latest updates to StreetSaver apps and software.Topics covered include resources and tools available to support pavement management; and the practical steps to follow for implementation.

Overview
Slurry surfacing, which includes slurry seals and microsurfacing, is just one type of many maintenance treatments that can preserve pavements and defer the need for and cost of a reconstruction project. Slurry seals, which were developed first, are placing on an existing pavement. They proved to be a promising technique in maintaining road surfaces. Currently, slurry seals are used for a multitude of surfacing projects throughout the world, and are accepted as a cost-effective maintenance treatment.

More information athttps://transweb.sjsu.edu/research/1845B-Slurry-Surfacing-Manual




Attendance limited to 50 people