Join the conversation as we discuss testing, quality management, and continual improvement topics within the construction materials industry. Learn more about AASHTO re:source at AASHTOresource.org.
Get a behind-the-scenes look from Joung Lee, Director of Policy & Government Relations at AASHTO.
Join us as we discuss the ins and outs of moving your testing laboratory.
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Barry Paye from the Wisconsin DOT discusses the impact of winter weather on road and paving materials and the tests that can help improve the performance of pavements under harsh conditions.
Learn about the policy for new labs conducting their first internal audit and management review.
We sit down with Jim Bibler from Gilson Company to talk about sieves and sieving sufficiency.
We go beyond the policy in this episode and explain what you really need to know if your laboratory uses multi-site or off-site personnel.
Mike Morrison with ACI joins us to talk about how chapters operate to serve the needs of the industry and the opening of ACI regional resource centers.
In this episode, we answer a few of the most common questions about the AASHTO Accreditation Directory.
Quality Analysts join us to answer some of the common and challenging questions they receive.
Our very own Bob Lutz and Tracy Barnhart join us to discuss details of the upcoming 2021 AASHTO re:source Technical Exchange, March 15-19.
Jeromy Castro, Quality Control Manager with Grace Pacific LLC., joins us to discuss some of the challenges of working on airport projects in Hawaii.
Senior Quality Analyst, Trudy Eckstine, joins us to answer this FAQ.
Guest host, Oak Metcalfe from the Montana Department of Transportation sits down with Proficiency Sample Program Manager, John Malusky to discuss the ins and out of the program.
Laboratory Assessor, Michael Waryoba, joins us to explain the assessment process and helps answer this FAQ.
Take a listen at the extended Q &A from September 2020's live webinar on management reviews.
Senior Laboratory Assessor, Michele Bronk, gives us some insights on how to prepare for an AASHTO re:source assessment.
Laboratory Assessors, Imani Love and Michael Pratt, join us to discuss the different approaches on how laboratories can track and stay up to date with testing standards and specifications.
Maria Knake, Laboratory Assessment Program Manager, joins us to give more details on the new policy on resolving findings during the assessment.
Kendra Adams from Blue Rock Labs and our own Pete Holter join Brian to talk about ASTM standards development regarding particle size analysis testing for soils with a focus on transitioning from D422 to D6913 and D7928.
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