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Asphalt: An Overview of Best Practice Gauteng 24th – 25th March 2020
SARF Gauteng , Johannesburg
The course will also provide guidelines for the paving of HMA in adverse weather conditions.
Site visits to an asphalt manufacturing plant and an HMA construction site will be organised weather and site availability dependent to demonstrate and discuss aspects presented at the course.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Attendance of the course would be beneficial to practitioners representing road authorities, consulting engineers, contractors and suppliers involved in the design, production, construction and application of hot mix asphalt.
The course is targeted at practitioners operating at NQF level 4 and above.
Presenter: Mr. John Onraet
Delegates can claim 2 ECSA CPD PointsAsphalt An Overview of Best Practice Gauteng March 2020