TAC’s new publication Guide to Evaluating Soil and Material Stabilization Products helps practitioners understand the application and performance of common soil and material stabilization products and processes. It also provides a shared framework to help agencies evaluate the engineering and environmental suitability of stabilization products for road construction.
During this webinar, the publication’s lead author will review the scope of the new publication, how it was developed, and its technical guidance for agencies, technical professionals and their partners in road construction.
Originally presented March 8, 2022
Alain Duclos, M.A.Sc., P.Eng. – Englobe Corp.
Mr. Duclos is Englobe’s Principal Pavement Engineer and the Past Chair of TAC’s Mechanistic Empirical Pavement Design Subcommittee. In the course of his 22-year career, he has contributed to research and guidance published by TAC, InfraGuide, the Canadian Technical Asphalt Association, the Government of Ontario, and the Transportation Research Board. He was the project manager for TAC’s Best Practices Guide for the Use of Recycled Materials in Transportation Infrastructure (2013).
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