Calendar of Events

Feb
2
Wed
Design with Construction in Mind (02/02/22) @ virtual
Feb 2 @ 11:30 am – 12:30 pm

Title: Design with Construction in Mind
Speaker: Jon M. Young, Hawaii Asphalt Paving Industry

Discussion of three situations where keeping the construction aspect in mind may improve the design of the project: 1) consider the equipment that will be used, 2) options for centerline swales; and 3) uniform surface course thickness.

Lessons learned on the job site.

Feb
9
Wed
Pavement Treatments Used in Hawaii (02/09/22)
Feb 9 @ 11:30 am – 12:30 pm

Title: Pavement Treatments Used in Hawaii
Speaker: Jon M. Young, Hawaii Asphalt Pavement Industry

Pavement treatments used in Hawaii was discussed at 2021 LTAP workshop for the counties and HDOT. This session summarizes the presentations made by representatives of the four counties and HDOT. Each presentation provided an overview of the agencies approach to pavement preservation.

Feb
15
Tue
February 2022 HAPI Lunch Meeting @ Pearl County Club - Pearl Room 1
Feb 15 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

Click here to sign-up for our lunch meeting.

You DO NOT need a ticket to attend (i.e. no need to “Claim Your Order”). Please see the person that registered you to obtain a copy of your ticket.

Program Topic:
• Recognition of our 2022 Hall of Fame inductee Garret Okada.
• Brief presentation by our 2022 scholarship recipients.
• Guest speaker Brennon Morioka, Dean of the College of Engineering, University of Hawaii.

Date: Tuesday, February 15, 2022
Location: Pearl Country Club (98-535 Kaonohi St), Pearl 1 Room

Time:
11:00 a.m. – Social Time
11:30 a.m. – Lunch
12:00 p.m. – Appreciate gift giveaway (see below)
12:05 p.m. – Recognition of Hall of Fame inductee Garret Okada
12:10 p.m. – Meet the Scholarship Recipients:
– Yvette Burdett (Honolulu Community College)
– Amr Magdy Ghanem (University of Hawaii at Manoa)
– Justin Kawamura (Boise State University)
– Logan Castro (Georgia Institute of Technology)
12:30 p.m. – Brennon Morioka presentation.
1:15 p.m. – Adjourn

Menu: Buffet

Costs:
HAPI Members and Invited Guests ($0)
Non-HAPI Members ($35)

Appreciate gift giveaway:  At each lunch meeting, our executive director, Jon Young, gives away a gift he has purchased as a token of his appreciation for the support by the members, industry partners and friend at making HAPI a success.

 

Please note:  Photos of the event may be taken and published on our website, newsletter, Facebook page, Twitter, holiday card, and other HAPI promotional efforts.

Feb
16
Wed
Envision Rating System (02/16/22)
Feb 16 @ 11:30 am – 12:30 pm

Title: Envision Rating System
Speaker: Jon M. Young, Executive Director, Hawaii Asphalt Pavement Industry

An overview of Envision rating system, that provides a consistent, consensus-based framework for assessing sustainability, resiliency, and equity in civil infrastructure.

Awarded road and airfield projects will be presented as an examples.

Feb
23
Wed
Use of Color in Communications (02/23/22) @ Zoom Presentation
Feb 23 @ 11:30 am – 12:30 pm

Title: Use of Color in Communications
Speaker: Jon M. Young, Hawaii Asphalt Pavement Industry

Suggestions for emails and status reports that make it easy for the recipients to read, understand, and respond.

Suggestions for emails for your consideration. These are suggestion that Young has found to be helpful based on his many years of experience.

Use of color in communications that help direct the reader to highlights of the material being provided.

Use of color to manage projects with repetitive tasks.

Mar
10
Thu
Understanding a Job Mix Formula Submittal Workshop – Oahu 3/10/22 @ HAPI Office
Mar 10 @ 8:30 am – 10:30 am

Click here to register

Speaker: Jon M. Young, PE, Hawaii Asphalt Pavement Industry

Who Should Attend? Contractors, engineers, and construction managers unfamiliar with a JMF submittal.

The job mix formula (JMF) is the recommended mixture, which includes aggregate gradation and asphalt binder type, to meet the project specifications. The JMF submittal is prepared by the paving contractor for any project that requires the construction of an asphalt pavement. The submittal is typically reviewed by the engineer of record.

This 90 to 120-minute, including questions and answers, workshop will discuss 1) the basics of asphalt pavement mixes, by discussion the Marshall method, which is the most widely used in Hawaii, 2) the production of asphalt pavements, and 3) how the JMF submittal relates to the project specification, using the Department of Transportation, 2005 Standard Specifications as an example.

Takeaways:
– A basic understanding of asphalt pavement mixes
– A basic understanding of how asphalt pavements are produced
– An understanding of how to review the JMF submittal for conformance to a specification

Certificate Provided: 2.0 PDHs are available for attending this workshop.
Parking: Parking in front of the building


Please note:  Photos of the event may be taken and published on our website, newsletter, Facebook page, Twitter, holiday card, and other HAPI promotional efforts.

Mar
23
Wed
2022 HAPI Annual Paving Conference (Virtual) @ virtual
Mar 23 @ 8:00 am – 1:00 pm

Click here to register.

Registration Fee:
– $0 Government Agencies Employees (Sponsored by LTAP)
– $25 HAPI Members
– $30 For all others

Tentative Topics and Speakers:

Topic: Smoothness: Why it matters and how is it measured.
Nicholas Schaefer, Surface System and Instrument, Inc.

Topic: HDOT Highways Update
Edwin Sniffen, Deputy Director

Topic: Multiple Paving Lifts and Scabbing
Jarrett Welch, Quality Paving Consultants

Topic: Design with Construction in Mind
HAPI member (TBD)

 

Please note:  Photos of the event may be taken and published on our website, newsletter, Facebook page, Twitter, holiday card, and other HAPI promotional efforts.

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1287 Kalani Street, Suite 202
Honolulu, HI 96817
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