The environmental problems associated with conventional pavements are well documented. In response to these problems, engineers and architects are turning to different class of paving materials known as porous pavements.
At the end of this program, participants will be able to:
- Identify the components of a paving system and relay a brief history of the porous pavement industry.
- Discuss the differences between dense and porous pavements in terms of their impact on the environment.
- Compare porous paving systems to conventional paving systems in terms of their environmental, economic, and human benefits.
- Discuss the physical properties of flexible porous pavers and discuss how porous paving systems for grass and gravel contribute to a sustainable built environment.
- Analyze case studies of successful porous pavement The environmental problems associated with conventional pavements are well documented. In response to these problems, engineers and architects are turning to different class of paving materials known as porous pavements. However, despite their benefits, porous paving materials are still relatively unknown in urban design and construction.
By completing this course, you are able to earn the below learning units. BD+C University will report your earned credit directly to AIA however you must self report the others:
AIA/CES Learning units: 1.0 HSW/SD/LU
GBCI CE Hours: 1.00
HSW Hours: 1.00
AIBD CE Hours: 1.00
BOMI CPD Hours: 1.00
FBPE PDHs: 1.00
InterNACHI CE Hours: 1.00
IRN Credits: 1.00
IRN Credits: 50
LA CES™ PDH: 1.00 Hour
NARI CEUs: 0.10
NAHB CE Hours: 1.00
You may submit 1.0 hours of continuing educator credit for consideration of the following NAHB professional designations: CAPS, CGA, CGB, CGP, CGR, GMB, GMR and Master CGP.
AAA Learning units: 1.00
AANB Hours: 1.00
AIBC Learning units: 1.00
CSC PDE Hours: 1.00
NLAA Learning units: 1.00
NWTAA Learning Hours: 1.00
This course is approved as a Structured course. OAA Hours: 1.00 This course may apply to both OAA structured and unstructured learning as long as it addresses the required subject matter topics. OAQ Hours / Nombre d’heures: 1.00
SAA Learning units: 1.00