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Asphalt Pavement User Guide Webinar Series

In January, TXAPA will be kicking off a webinar series showcasing the Texas Asphalt Pavement User Guide. Each month Larry Welch and Chuck Fuller will present a new chapter, highlighting key information and providing further insight and information where needed.

The first webinar in the series coincides with chapter one in the guide and is called Asphalt Pavements: A Green Economical and Durable Choice. Chuck and Larry will discuss the importance of sustainability in pavements and the positive constructability features of asphalt.

The series starts at 10:00 AM on January 25. You can find a link to access the webinar and view the full schedule here

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