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CANCELLED Training: 5.1 Advanced Long-Term LID Operations: Permeable Pavement - Moses Lake - Wednesday, April 26 (9:00am - 5:00pm)
THE TRAINING HAS BEEN CANCELLED
5.1 Advanced Long-Term LID Operations: Permeable Pavement - Moses Lake
Wednesday, April 26, 2017 from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM (PDT)
Washington inspection and enforcement staff and operations and maintenance personnel.
- Gain an understanding of the structure and function of permeable pavement components.
- Have an in-depth understanding of the primary inspection activities and tools to maintain permeable pavement function over time.
- Know the primary maintenance requirements for permeable pavement.
- Identify maintenance problems and associated solutions necessary for long-term function of permeable pavement areas.
This is an advanced level course for inspection and enforcement staff and operations and maintenance personnel focused on post-construction inspections and maintenance of permeable pavement (pervious concrete, porous asphalt, permeable pavers, and grid systems). Designers will also benefit from this course for developing maintenance guidelines. The course will cover the in-depth information on what to look for during inspections of permeable pavement and the latest maintenance recommendations. The field component of the class will provide participants the opportunity to conduct permeable pavement inspection and consider solutions with particular attention to pavement infiltration over time.
You can find printable course materials at http://www.wastormwatercenter.org/lidswtrainingprogram.
Prerequisites and Certificate
While not required, Module 2.1: Introduction to LID for Inspection and Maintenance Staff (Western Washington) is highly recommended for this course. Module 5.1 is required for the Long-Term LID Operations Certificate.
One day (8 hours) in-class with instructors.
Breakfast and lunch will be provided.