All About Asphalt - Wellesley

Date: 1/24/2018 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Location: Wellesley DPW Training Room
20 Municipal Way, 2nd. Floor
Wellesley, Massachusetts

Capacity:

32/36


Overview

Course Description
In this workshop you will learn about selection of materials for construction, maintenance and reconstruction of pavements; the various maintenance treatments and conditions under which they should be used; and how to identify the various pavement distress types and their causes.

Target Audience
This program is designed for those who have responsibility for the construction and maintenance of local roads. Highway superintendents, road foremen, crew leaders, directors of public works and town engineers are encouraged to attend.

Please see the course flyer for additional information. 

 

*This session is limited to 3 MassDOT personnel.

Attendees
First Name Affiliation
Nelson Town of Wellesley
Rob Town of Wellesley
Fran Sealcoating, Inc.
Peter All States Materials Group
Alan Sealcoating, Inc.
Teren Howard Stein Hudson, Boston (HSH)
Brian Town of Natick
Russell City of Newton
Leonard City of Woburn
Chris Town of Arlington
Wayne Town of Arlington
Joseph Town of Dedham
Thomas City of Boston
Jeff Town of Natick
Brian Town of Sudbury
Paul Town of Medfield
Derrik
John Town of Arlington
Robert Town of Medfield
Kevin Town of Sudbury
Charles Town of Sudbury
Melissa City of Cambridge
Aaron Town of Maynard
Chike City of Brockton
MELISSA City of Newton
Bill Town of Arlington
Michael Town of Wellesley DPW
Angelo City of Newton
Joseph Town of Arlington
Patrick Town of Sudbury
Barbara Town of Canton
Matthew City of Newton DPW
Instructors
  • James Mahoney
    Executive Program Director at Connecticut Transportation Institute

    James Mahoney is the Executive Program Director of the Connecticut Transportation Institute and the Program Director of the Connecticut Advanced Pavement Laboratory (CAP Lab) at the University of Connecticut.  Jim has over 20 years of experience in pavement materials research and design.  He received his Master’s degree from the University of Connecticut in 1995 and has been with the CAP Lab since that time.