Join us Tuesday December 4, 2018 for a presentation on Cold Central Plant Recycled Material (CCPRM) from Mr. Thomas Tate, PE.
Mr. Tate performs and manages pavement evaluation and design services for VDOT’s Hampton Roads District. The Hampton Roads District is made up of 12 cities and nine counties in Virginia’s southeastern coastal region. The District contains over nine thousand lane miles of pavement made up of Interstate, Primary, and Secondary routes. Tom works to bring quality oriented cost effective solutions to building, re-building, and maintaining the pavements in the Hampton Roads District. Currently full depth reclamation (FDR), cold in-place (CIR), and cold central plant recycled material (CCPRM) have been used in the District along with the more traditional hot or warm mix asphalt, and concrete paving.
This lunch meeting will be held at the new VDOT office – James River Auditorium and will be from 11:30AM to 1:00PM. Cost is $20 for Members/VDOT staff and $25 for Non-Members.
Payment can be made through the PayPal link below or at the time of the event.