Manhole Rehabilitation: Tech & Specs
04/02/2014 - 1:00 - 3:00 pm Eastern
webcast will provide collection system engineers and owners with the tools they
need to perform successful manhole rehabilitation projects. The first portion of
the webcast will provide a background in manhole assessment and selection of
appropriate rehabilitation technologies. We will begin with a description of
the initial condition assessment phase based on NASSCO’s Manhole Assessment and
Certification Program (MACP). This will be followed by descriptions of
rehabilitation technologies from industry experts, including grout,
cementitious, polymers, and chimney rehabilitation.
portion of the webcast will focus on design, specifications, and quality. We
will describe the use of NASSCO’s recently completed standard specifications as
a guideline for your project specifications. The webcast will wrap up with an
overview of the post rehabilitation inspection and testing that should be
required for various technologies.
Each portion will be followed by a
brief Q&A session. The speakers plan to establish a “Frequently Asked
Questions” (FAQ) webpage as a follow-up to this webcast.
webcast is sponsored by NASSCO with the support of Avanti and Parson Environmental Products, Inc.
- John Schroeder, CDM Smith
- Frank Aguilar, Avanti
- Craig Gaul, Parson Environmental Products, Inc.
- James Creed, Sherwin Williams
- John Manijak, National Power Rodding Corp.
- Tim Back, Back Municipal Consulting
- Gerry Muenchmeyer, Muenchmeyer & Associates
- Ted Deboda, NASSCO (Moderator)
This webcast is being offered at no charge. Please
register through GoToWebinar.
There will be 2.0 Professional Development Hours (PDHs) offered for this
webcast. Please check with your state accreditation agency to determine if
you qualify. Log-on information will be emailed to you 24 hours prior to the
webcast. Included in this email will be information regarding attendance
verification, PDH distribution, and procedures to follow during the live
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