Highway Maintenance Conference

Highway Maintenance Conference

 

2017 Michigan Highway Maintenance Conference

Bellaire, Michigan - May 2

 

 

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Presentations

1 - Tire Safety - Rod Pierson  

2 - Traffic Regulators - Chris Brookes, Chuck Bergmann

3 - ADA in Work Zones - Chris Brookes, Chuck Bergmann

4 - CPM Treatments - Jeremiah Stratton

5 - Noxious Plants - Jim Gaus, Tim Jones

6 - Guardrail Approach Terminals - Matt Pratt, Mark Crouch

7 - Work Zone Safety & New Maintenance - Chris Brookes, Chuck Bergmann

8 - Securing Loads, Overloads, & CDL Requirements - Officer James Malone

9 - Trench Safety & MIOSHA Part 9 - Mike Ross

 

 

Continuing Education

This conference will provide maintenance training and information about safety, construction, repair, and regulations. The 2017 Highway Maintenance Conference counts for 7.5 instructional hours for Continuing Education for Professional Engineers. See the CTT’s policy for Continuing Education for Professional Engineers in Michigan here.

 

Registration

Employees of public agencies.............................................$95
Employees of private agencies..........................................$120
Register here for the conference

 

Cancellation Policy: No-shows and cancellations within three business days prior to the workshop or conference will be charged the full registration fee. Substitutions will be accepted.

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Accommodations

A block of rooms has been set aside at Shanty Creek Resorts. Rooms are available on a first-come, first-served basis at the group rate of $89.00 per room. Mention the "Highway Maintenance Conference" when you book. The deadline for reserving rooms at the group rate is April 1, 2017. A deposit of one-night's stay is required to hold each individual's reservation. Book your room online or call 1-866-695-5010.

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