2012 SEBPP Annual Meeting

Meeting Details
Date04/23 - 04/25
LocationAtlanta, Georgia
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Southeast Bridge Preservation Partnership is a regional forum of bridge practitioners working together to promote the benefits of Bridge Preservation through information sharing, education and application

SEBPP 2012 Attendee List: Download

Each workshop presentation was captured by NCPP staff using state of the art digital recording, so please click the play button to watch, or download the presentation in PDF format, if available.

# Name Organization Presentation Title Video PDF
1Todd LongGeorgia DOTGeorgia WelcomeWatch---
2Rodney Barry FHWAFHWA WelcomeWatch---
3Richard KerrFlorida DOTAnnual Partnership Accomplishments BriefingWatch
4Anwar AhmadFHWAFHWA UpdateWatch
5Murray KartansonApplied PolymericsPreserving Your Decks - From a Contractor's Point of ViewWatch
6Brian EgliTennessee DOTPreserving Tennessee's Decks and JointsWatch
7Moderated by Emily McGrawNorth Carolina DOTDeck Preservation Report Out Watch
8Moderated by Emily McGrawNorth Carolina DOTSummary Discussion of Focus Issues - Deck PreservationWatch---
9Eric KlineKTAMaintenance PaintingWatch
10Jeff PouliotteFlorida DOTFDOT New Directions in Steel Corrosion ProtectionWatch
11Moderated by Richard KerrFlorida DOTBridge Painting Report OutWatch
12Moderated by Richard KerrFlorida DOTSummary Discussion of Focus Issues - Bridge PaintingWatch---
13George HearnUniversity of ColoradoPerformance Measures for Bridge Preservation ProgramsWatch
14Jim EdgertonAgileAssetsIncorporating Performance Measures into NCDOT's Bridge Management SystemWatch
15Moderated by Danny TullierLouisiana DOTPerformance Measures Report OutWatch
16Moderated by Danny TullierLouisiana DOTSummary Discussion of Focus Issues - Performance MeasuresWatch---
17Ed WelchNCPPAASHTO TSP 2 UpdateWatch
18Moderated by Anwar AhmadFHWARoundtable Discussion Part 1Watch
19Moderated by Anwar AhmadFHWARoundtable Discussion Part 2Watch

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