Municipal Culvert Assessment - Yarmouth

Date: 2/19/2019 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Location: Yarmouth Fire Department, Station 2
340 Route 6A
Yarmouth port, Massachusetts

Capacity:

13/20


Overview

 

Course Description

Do you know the location and condition of all the culverts in your municipality? Are they free flowing, half blocked, completely blocked, structurally sound, deteriorated, straight, crooked or a combination of all of these conditions? Have you created an annual budget for culvert repair and replacement based on a condition assessment?

This workshop will show you how to collect and catalog the information to identify which crossings provide a safe unrestricted flow through the structure and the traveling public over the structure and which crossings are a risk now or in the near future to aquatic, motor vehicle and pedestrian passage. Please wear sturdy boots and bring PPE such as safety vest, safety glasses and work gloves.


Target Audience

The Culvert Condition Assessment Manual and Culvert Assessment Form are designed to be used by any member of a municipal public works department. Feel free to send the entire department or just one member who can then teach the others.

Registration 7:30 am, Class begins at 8:00 am

 

 

Registration
Amount

$150.00
Register by 2/19/2019
Private Sector

Register

$75.00
Register by 2/19/2019
Public Sector

Register

If you are having trouble registering other people, please call us at 413-545-2604 and we'll assist you.

 
Attendees
First Name Affiliation
Nicholas Town of Yarmouth
Rick Town of Yarmouth
Gabrielle Tighe & Bond
Tim BETA Group, Inc.
Robbie Howard Stein Hudson, Boston (HSH)
Tito BETA Group, Inc.
Teren Howard Stein Hudson, Boston (HSH)
Jeffrey Town of Yarmouth
Rick Town of Yarmouth
Robert Town of Mashpee
Michael Town of Mashpee
Wayne Town of Mashpee
Jason Town of Franklin
Instructors
  • Jeff Cathcart
    Consultant at UMTC UMass Amherst

    Jeff Cathcart has assisted public works departments, DOTs and private entities with their roadway, pavement, departmental and training needs for over 30 years. He has built, rebuilt, reclaimed, recycled, maintained and preserved roadways and pavements in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island and Florida.