Pavement Management Boot Camp - Westfield

Date: 5/14/2020 8:00 AM - 5/14/2020 3:30 PM

Location: Amelia Park Arena
21 S. Broad St.
Please park in the back, lower levels
Westfield, Massachusetts





Course Description

Cities/Towns are faced with difficult decisions on how to best maintain their most valuable asset; their roadway network. Tough winters, utility coordination, public perception and political bias make it nearly impossible for decision-makers to step back and look at the big picture when deciding which roadways to prioritize for repairs.

This one-day training program has been designed to step participants through the process of developing a pavement management program. Participants will move step by step through the process of developing a pavement management program, from the different types of pavement management programs to forecasting future roadway conditions, and everything in between.

Attendees will participate in hands on workshops which will include rating roadways in the field to help further understand what pavement inspectors are looking for when they are assessing roadway conditions.

Who Should Attend

This program is designed for those municipal staff responsible for maintaining a City/Town roadway network. Public Works Directors, City/Town Engineers, and Highway Superintendents are encouraged to attend.


Public Employees Only



Register by 5/14/2020
Public Sector


If you are having trouble with registration, please call 413-545-2604 for assistance.

  • Art Baker
    Regional Manager at Indus

    Art Baker, Regional Manager at indus. Art has over 15 years of experience in municipal public works management and is passionate about pavement preservation and applying its concepts to municipal budgets to maximize the useful life of pavements while reducing life cycle costs. For more than 10 years Art served as a DPW Director in both CT & MA. He graduated from UCONN with a BS in Civil Engineering.

  • Conrad Leger
    Asset Management Coordinator at BETA Group, Inc.
    Conrad works with more than 50 communities throughout New England  in developing and maintaining their Pavement Management Program. His experience working in a variety of communities has helped him understand that each community faces different challenges in maintaining their roadway networks. His experience includes assessing roadway conditions, selecting candidates for pavement maintenance and developing short and long term Capital Improvement Plans.