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11 • Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute ICPI Webinars Focus on Latest Technical, Construction and Business Information During 2018, ICPI webinars offered members and other industry professionals access to the latest technical, construction, and business practice information. Some webinars were free to members, while members received significant discounts on other webinars. Recorded versions of these webinars are available for viewing on ICPI’s website at www.icpi.org/webinars-and-on-demand- learning. Here’s a list: n n n n n n Designing Rooftop, Pedestal and Deck Overlays Applications with Slabs Win the Job and Increase Profits: Using ICPI Certification to Differentiate Yourself from the Competition Effective Use of Geosynthetic Materials in Hardscape Construction for Long-Term Performance Modern Day Marketing for Contractors: Using Social Media and Tools like Drones, YouTube and Apps How to Present a Lunch and Learn 7 Key Principles (Everyone Should Know) for Sales Success n ICPI Foundation Projects Update n Industry Survey Results n How to Attract, Retain and Motivate Today’s Hardscape Workforce n Tech Spec 18: Construction of PICP n What’s in ICPI’s Contractor Toolkit? n Tech Spec 3: Edge Restraints n Intro to ICP and PICP n Boot Camp Webinar 1: ICPI Boot Camp Logistics n n n n Boot Camp Webinar 2: Teaching the Classroom Portion of Boot Camp Boot Camp Webinar 3: How to Teach Novice Installers Competitive Advantages of Pavers over Other Products OSHA Required Workers Respirable Silica Training ICPI Launches Free ICP and PICP Continuing Education Courses for Designers In July 2018, ICPI launched three free continuing education courses about concrete pavers hosted online by AEC Daily, one of the largest sources of continuing education for design professionals. The courses are approved by AIA/CES, ASLA’s LA CES™, PE PDH and other organizations for continuing education credits towards professional licensure. In all, 849 designers and other industry professionals took one or more of the following courses during the second half of 2018: n Structural Design of Interlocking Concrete Pavers (ICP) for Municipal Streets and Roadways—Interlocking concrete pavers (ICP) spread applied loads via interlock between each unit. The surface shares applied wheel loads as a composite paved surface rather than as individual units. This structural behavior enables application of flexible pavement design methods. This course instructs the user on how to apply the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) national design standard on ICP structural design. The course also provides design examples using different soils, traffic loads and pavement materials. In addition, it notes structural design and life cycle cost analysis software available from ICPI.