Things are changing fast in sustainable development and concrete plays a big role. This training will help you deliver more value to your customers and set you apart from your competition
We’ll bring the pizza, the Power Point (no boring bullet points), and the continuing education credits. You bring the burning design questions and drinks. Some topics discussed: Roller Compacted Concrete, Pervious Concrete, LEED & Concrete, Concrete Parking Lots, Insulated Concrete, Concrete Overlays.
Roller Compacted Concrete (RCC) Pavements
Design, placements, potential cost savings, benefits versus traditional concrete and asphalt, project selection.
Pervious Concrete Overview
How it works, thickness and sub-base design, local and national case studies, freeze-thaw, finding qualified contractors, maintenance.
Resilience: The Ultimate Sustainability
Based on the book of the same title, this is an in-depth look at risk, codes, and the resiliency of our homes, businesses, and communities.
General Concrete Overview/Refresher
Mix design, admixtures, alternatives to cement, jointing, reinforcement, crack control.
Concrete Parking Lots
LEED, reducing lighting costs while increasing safety, reducing heat islands, initial vs. lifecycle costs, asphalt pricing changes, jointing, sealing, comparing concrete and asphalt using structural numbers.
Concrete Overlays of Asphalt
Identifying potential projects, thickness and mix requirements, joint spacing and traffic patterns, LEED, reducing lighting costs while increasing safety, reducing heat islands.
LEED & Concrete
Learn the latest on credits for insulating/HVAC efficiency, noise reduction, reducing roof and non-roof heat islands, reducing parking lot lighting costs, storm water quality and quantity with pervious concrete, local materials, recycled content, durability.
Insulated Concrete Construction
Concrete floors, walls and roofs in economical residential and commercial construction, LEED, disaster and mold resistance, noise reduction, HVAC savings.
* Chaney Enterprises has met the standards and requirements of the NCEES Registered Continuing Education Program. Credit earned on completion of this program will be reported to RCEP. Certificates of completion will be issued to all participants. Complaints regarding registered providers may be addressed to RCEP, P.O. Box 1686,Clemson, SC, 29633. Web site: RCEP.net.
** Lunch and learns are limited to our market area and availability.