Tenth Annual Design Bridge Workshop

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Advisory Board
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Bridge Design Workshop #11
"Bridge Rehabilitation"
October 8, 2004
*Due to nationwide funding limitations, budget allocations are increasingly geared toward bridge preservation, bridge rehabilitation, and sustainable repairs. This workshop will first review the latest developments in bridge design practice and LRFD, and provide information about available resources from AASHTO/HHWA and KDOT including design examples. Then the workshop will address the different aspects of bridge rehabilitation including practical cases and lessons learned. Topics will include steel bridge repairs, fatigue retrofit, bridge widening/concrete deck replacement, bridge rail replacement, and expansion joints/bearing devices. Presentations will be made by bridge & transportation officials as well as persons involved in bridge design, construction, and inspection. Be sure not to miss this workshop on October8,2004 at the K-State student union, Manhattan, Kansas.
 
2004 Program Information
*8:00 AM Registration
8:30 AM Welcome
8:45 AM Bridge Design Issues
    -Kenneth Hurst, Engineer Manager, KDOT, State Bridge Office, Topeka, Kansas
LRFD Update
    -Loren Risch, Bridge Design Engineer, KDOT, State Bridge Office, Topeka, Kansas
9:45 AM Break
10:15 AM Rehabilitation of the I-635/I-70 Interchange Bridges
    -Brian Zeiger, Chad Hall, Cory Imhoff, HDR Engineering, Inc., Kansas City, MO
11:00 AM Fatigue Retrofit
    -Jonathan McGormley, Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Inc., Northbrook, IL
11:45 AM Questions & Answers
12:00 PM Lunch
1:00 PM Deck Replacement and Bridge Widening
    -Richard Schiltt, Professional Engineering Consultants, Wichita, KS
1:45 PM Bridge Rail Replacement
    -Mark Hurt, State Bridge Office, KDOT, Topeka, KS
2:30 PM Break
3:15 PM Expansion Joints and Bearing Devices
    -Rich Markey, Clarkson Construction Company, Kansas City, MO
4:00 PM Discussion
4:15 PM Closing Remarks
4:30 PM Adjourn