*New* NDLTAP On-Site Training
Local Roads Corrugated Metal Pipe (CMP) Workshop
Sept. 20, 2016 - Morton County Highway Department, 2916 37th St. NW, Mandan, ND   
8:00 AM to 3:00 PM (CT)
Registration deadline Sept.13, 2016
$50.00 (entities will be invoiced after the training session)

Sept. 27, 2016 -   Lake Region State College, 1801 College Dr., Devils Lake, ND
8:00 AM to 3:00 PM (CT) 
Registration deadline Sept.20, 2016
$50.00 (entities will be invoiced after the training session)
Class will be limited to 30 participants

NDLTAP has partnered with TrueNorth Steel to develop a workshop to help county, township and small community personnel learn what it takes to design, install and maintain culverts. 

Workshop focus areas:
  • Pipe sizing - state rules and design methods engineers use to size culverts
  • Pipe coating selection - options available
  • Pipe length - how to calculate and order
  • Pipe performance - review slope, interior, flared ends, outlets, velocity, etc....
  • Pipe strength - how soil and pipe strength combine
  • Pipe installation - this is the field portion of the workshop, the hands-on installation of a CMP on a county road - to cover pipe survey, bedding, pipe placement, pipe backfill, compaction, and pipe collars
  • Pipe slip lining - extending pipe life 
Dale Heglund, PE/PLS NDLTAP/UGPTI Program Director.

Keith Fraase  is a Technical Support Engineer with TrueNorth Steel, an industry leader in quality manufactured and fabricated steel products. Keith has been employed with TrueNorth Steel for 10 years. He provides technical support territory managers and promotes the usage of corrugated steel pipe as a solution in drainage and other applications. TrueNorth Steel team provides a high level of service and support to all our customers.

Target Audience:
This training is intended for county, township and small community personnel.

For NDLTAP training questions, contact:
Denise Brown - NDLTAP Training Coordinator
P: 701.328.9856


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