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Efficient and Sustainable Pavements

Join your peers and other experts from around the world as we get together in beautiful downtown Chicago to share ideas and advance the knowledge on airfield and highway pavements.

For comprehensive information about sessions, speakers, tours, and tracks, download the Program Overview (PDF).

Featured Speakers

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  • Welcome Address, Keynote Speaker, and Awards
    Omer Osman Headshot

    Omer OsmanActing Secretary, Illinois Department of Transportation

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  • Welcome Address, Keynote Speaker, and Awards
    >Jamie Rhee Headshot

    Jamie L. RheeCommissioner, Chicago Department of Aviation

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  • Carl L. Monismith Award and Lecture on Pavement Engineering
    R. Gary Hicks, Ph.D., P.E., ASCE Life Member, Project Manager, CP2 Center and Consultant

    R. Gary Hicks, Ph.D., P.E., ASCE Life Member Project Manager, CP2 Center and Consultant

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  • ASCE Grand Challenge Panel
    K. N. Gunalan, Ph.D., P.E., F.ASCE, D.GE., ASCE President 2020 - Headshot

    K. N. Gunalan, Ph.D., P.E., F.ASCE, D.GE.ASCE President 2020

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Top Reasons to Attend

  • Obtain access to a robust technical program.
  • Network and exchange information with worldwide leaders in the fields of highway and airport pavements, as well as airport safety technologies.
  • Get up-to-date information about federal and state policies and initiatives that are shaping your profession.
  • Interact with exhibitors and discover the latest innovations in planning, design, construction, management, and preservation of highway and airfield pavements; and in airport safety technologies.
  • Participate in technical tours and pre-conference workshops.
  • Earn Professional Development Hours (PDHs) and Continuing Education Credits.

As a civil engineering professional, you know you can find the latest information, innovations, and technologies when you attend ASCE conferences. You also know that to be competitive, you must constantly fine-tune your skills, find new ways to cut costs, streamline processes, and drive change.

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