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All sessions and events take place in Central Daylight Time: CDT (UTC-5). On-demand sessions will be available for viewing in the convention platform under "On-Demand Content" within 24-48 hours of the session premiere. Please note, on-demand sessions are not available for CEU credit. * Denotes on-demand content.

H=Hyatt Regency Dallas; U=Union Station

MINI SESSION: Soil Cement in Pavement and Reservoir Applications

Tuesday, October 25, 2022  8:30 AM - 9:30 AM, H-Cumberland H

The objective of this session is to demonstrate the benefits and versatility of soil cement as an engineering material in paving and water resources applications.
Learning Objectives:
(1) Describe soil cement applications for pavements and reservoirs;
(2) Identify the materials, mixture proportions, and placement methods used to construct with soil cement in the field;
(3) Discuss quality control methods for soil cement and the impact of material performance on operations and maintenance;
(4) Recall a specific engineering project that illustrates effective use of soil cement.

This session has been AIA/ICC approved for 1 CEU/PDH credit.


Soil Cement Slope Protection for Large Reservoir

Presented By: Matthew Singel
Affiliation: Anderson Paving, Inc.
Description: The Bois d'Arc Lake Reservoir is the first new major reservoir in Texas in nearly 30 years. Positioned northeast of Dallas-Fort Worth, this reservoir is projected to meet the raw water supply needs through 2040 for 2 million people in the region. Impounding water since April 2021, the 26 square mile lake will begin supplying its projected 82 million gallons per day in Spring 2023. This presentation highlights how soil-cement played a key role in the development of this facility along with other Texas water resource projects.


Brock Reservoir Soil Cement Evaluation and Future Repair Strategy

Presented By: Catherine Lucero
Affiliation: US Bureau of Reclamation
Description: A review of UAS surveying for condition assessment of soil cement and development of a maintenance repair strategy for future operations and maintenance needs.


Ohio Turnpike and Infrastructure Commission – A Seven Year Performance Evaluation of Global Chemical Stabilized Pavements

Presented By: Dane Redinger
Affiliation: Mt. Carmel Stabilization Group
Description: A showcase of FWD results demonstrating the long-term, in-situ performance of chemically stabilized subgrades for the Ohio Turnpike mainline replacement program.

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