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  • Concepts of Transportation Asset Management 

  • Pavement Condition Assessment Methods

  • Basic Data Elements for Local Agencies 

  • Building an Inventory, Collecting & Storing Data

  • The Language of Pavement 

  • A Mix of Fixes 

  • Analysis and Output you Can Expect

  • Predicting Future Pavement Condition (5 modules)

  • TAM Testing

  • The Mix of Fixes Challenge

  • Training Materials

  • Access to the Instructor's TAM Library

  • Certificate of Completion

  • 2.5 PDH Credits

This training will provide you with a thorough understanding of Transportation Asset Management from the County/City perspective.  An understanding that will allow you to initiate and lead the TAM initiative at your agency.  It not only prepares YOU, but it also gives YOU the tools you need to explain TAM to your upper management, your elected officials and the public.   That is how you make Transportation Asset Management work.
Instructor Coaching and Support (email or phone)
  • Access the Instructor to answer your questions during the training
  • Support as you launch your TAM implementation
  • Exclusive access to the instructor's TAM Resource Library
This is a 12-month Individual License
What that means:
  • You will have access to the website for 12 months.
  • Only you will have access to the Quizzes, Exercises, and Mix of Fixes Challenges.
  • Only you will receive a Certificate of Completion.
  • Only you can rightly claim PDH.
for TAM
12 month license
12 month support
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Terry McNinch phoo

Terry is an accomplished leader in the world of technology transfer and an internationally recognized roadway asset management expert.

Since retiring as director of the Center for Technology & Training (CTT) and the Michigan Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP) at Michigan Tech University in 2010, Terry has been exploring methods for bringing online training into the fields of transportation and public works.  His primary expertise involves roadway asset management, the use of the PASER pavement condition evaluation method and pre disaster asset condition documentation.  He has conducted workshops for the LTAP programs in Louisiana and Indiana, and as far away as Kabul, Afghanistan as part of a United Nations project.  


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