A two and one-half day MicroPAVERTM Training Course will be held at the City of Maryland Heights from
March 26-28, 2018. The class will be led by Scott McDonald, who provides APWA’s technical support for
MicroPAVERTM. The class is not a beginner’s class, but is designed for current users who want additional
training in MicroPAVERTM and will not include FieldInspectorTM training.
This pavement management course is designed for agencies that currently use MicroPAVERTM and want
some advanced training with their own data, instead of test data supplied with a beginner’s class. The goal is
to allow the training to be tailored for each user’s situation. The optional, extra one-half day will give
attendees the opportunity to slow the classroom pace and spend more time with individual databases. It may
also provide an opportunity to resolve problems with your agency’s data. Student manuals will be provided,
as well as APWA certificates for those who need to track education hours.
The 2.5 day course using the latest release of PAVER 7TM will give attendees the ability to cover the
following topics interactively:
? Inventory (Sectioning; Surface Type and Last Construction Date concerns; GIS updating)
? Work History (Best practices; Requirements)
? Inspections (Approach; ASTM standards; Distresses and deduct values; Collection options, including
field exercise if needed)
? Prediction Modeling (Family grouping; Model dynamics; Assignments)
? Work Planning (Multiple scenario options; Penalty cost calculations; Analysis of outputs)
? Reporting; Data presentation; Project list formulation
? Database troubleshooting; Hosting options
Who should attend:
This course is designed for users involved in pavement management, inspection, maintenance,
rehabilitation, prioritization, or budget planning, and should help you maintain your city’s pavement life and
help with budget planning.
March 26 and 27, 2018 (two full days)
March 28th (optional half day) **
City of Maryland Heights Community Center
2300 McKelvey Road, Maryland Heights, MO 63043
TRANSPORTATION and LODGING
Attendees are responsible for arranging all transportation and lodging.
There are a number of hotels within 10 minutes (approximately 5 miles) of the class location for
attendees to choose from.
Cost includes course, student manuals, and lunches and beverages for the first two days.
(Cost based on a minimum of 10 attendees; per person cost may be reduced with additional attendees.)
**There is no discount if participants do not participate in the optional half day training.
REGISTRATION and PAYMENT DEADLINE
Complete the attached registration form and return with payment by February 28, 2018
Make checks payable to the City of Maryland Heights
Debbie Wright, P.E.
Department of Public Works
The City of Maryland Heights
11911 Dorsett Road
Maryland Heights, MO 63043
See attachment for more information