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NJSACE Fall Forum

  • October 20
  • 8:15 am–3:30 pm

New Jersey State Association of County Engineers (NJSACE)
Fall Forum Meeting- Virtual


7:30 am
Logon to Virtual Workshop (link provided in your registration confirmation email)

8:15 am
Opening Remarks
Joseph T. Brickley, P.E., County Engineer – Burlington County

8:30 am
Pavement Management for County Roads   1 PDH
Manuel Celaya, Ph.D., P.E., Practice Lead, NDT/NDE and Michael Frabizzio, M.S., P.E. Practice Lead, Pavement Engineering- Advanced Infrastructure Design, Inc.

9:30 am
Questions / Break

9:45 am
Engineering Ethics  1 PDH
Gordon Meth, P.E., PTOE, PTP, RSP2I – Transportation Engineering Expert Witness, Robson Forensic

10:45 am
Questions / Break

11:00 pm
Engineering Ethics Continued    1 PDH

12:00 pm

12:10 pm

1:00 pm
High Friction Surface Treatment- Do’s and don’ts and what to do when you should not use HFST.   1 PDH
Tom Bennert, PhD – Associate Professor and Director of Rutgers University Asphalt Pavement Lab

2:00 pm
Questions / Break

2:15 pm
Developing Automated Traffic Signal Performance Measures 1 PDH
Tom Brennan, PhD, PE – Professor, The College of New Jersey

3:15 – 3:30 pm
Questions / Adjourn

Intended Audience:
NJ county engineers and their staff.

5 PDH, 3 Technical and 2 Ethics CPWM Contact Hours

This workshop is sponsored by the Federal Highway Administration and New Jersey Department of Transportation through the New Jersey Local Technical Assistance Program.



Date & Time

October 20
8:15 am–3:30 pm



5 PDHs


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