Pavement Condition Assessment Field Training (Reno)

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This 4-hour, in-person training taught through a mix of outdoor demonstration and classroom instruction teaches agencies to manage roadway networks effectively and efficiently.
The cost is $40.

During this training, participants learn to identify common asphalt pavement distresses and how to rate the surface condition of asphalt pavements using the Pavement Surface Evaluation and Rating (PASER) methodology in the field. PASER uses a single value to represent overall pavement condition. The instructor will demonstrate the steps for conducting a visual inspection and how to apply PASER ratings based on observable conditions and distresses.

Pavement Condition Assessment Field Training is an elective course of the Road Scholar program.


Luis Sibaja, P.E. is a Pavement Engineer at Applied Pavement Technology, Inc. He has provided technical support across Nevada in areas such as roadway condition evaluation, pavement management systems, and data management software. His responsibilities include implementing and configuring pavement management systems and providing training on software including PAVER, Cartegraph, StreetSaver, and StreetLogix.

Mr. Sibaja regularly documents pavement condition using both manual and automated data collection methods, and works with agencies to use those tools effectively. He has worked with over 40 local agencies combining his knowledge of pavement management systems with creativity to develop solutions for local agencies seeking to make the best use of available resources and data-driven decisions.


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