Washington, DC – By combining the expertise and skills, the Airport Consultants Council’s Institute offers the Techniques for Airfield Pavement Maintenance, Repair & Rehabilitation Course in conjunction with the Airfield Operators Area Exhibition & Conference. The ACC Institute course will be held June 3-4, 2007 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
WHAT: The ACC Institute Techniques for Airfield Pavement Maintenance, Repair & Rehabilitation Course focuses on providing participants with the information that they need to select, design and construct effective airfield pavement maintenance and rehabilitation (M&R) treatments.
At the end of this course, successful participants will understand types of airfield pavements and how they deteriorate and the different types of pavement M&R treatments.
WHO: Airport maintenance staff, facilities managers and engineering and other technical staff responsible for the specification, design, construction or inspection of airfield pavement M&R treatments.
WHEN: Sunday – Monday, June 3-4, 2007
WHERE: Milwaukee, WI
The ACC Institute promotes excellence in airport development through advanced studies and research. Every instructor is an industry recognized professional and leader who has years of hands-on experience. Attendees will benefit from the depth of their airport knowledge and experience, which is presented in the context of real-world examples. The ACC Institute integrates traditional classroom lectures and small group discussions with team building/peer review exercises, as well as facility site visits typically conducted by airport managers.
The Airport Consultants Council (ACC) is the international trade association that represents the unique interests of consultant firms and related businesses that provide airport development and operations expertise. Founded in 1978, ACC Headquarters is located in the Washington, D.C. area.
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