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Message from the Secretariat

Following the decisions taken Thursday 12 March by the Belgian government, EUPAVE Secretariat is now teleworking but is still offering the same level of service as previously.

Before this exceptional situation, our working groups already met through teleconferences and so, this way of working has not changed for us.  For the first time now, also the meetings of the Board and the Technical and Promotion Committee have been held online.

Regarding our upcoming events: we will organise a webinar on Concrete Overlays on Tuesday 19 May – see the invitation below – and our Best Practices Workshop has been rescheduled to Wednesday 14 October instead of its initial date in March 2020.

Stay safe and well,

Elise Carabedian
Communication and Office manager



New date! Save the date for the 5th EUPAVE Workshop on Best Practices with theme “Concrete Pavement Preservation”: Wednesday 14 October 2020

Wednesday 14 October 2020 from 13.00 till 18.30
Hôtel Le Châtelain, Rue du Châtelain 17, 1040 Brussels

Various topics will be discussed over the day starting with Concrete Pavement Preservation Strategies and Road Condition Assessment, continuing with different Repair Techniques for concrete slabs and CRCP. Finally some innovative developments in concrete preservation will be presented:  the use of self-healing concrete and multi-crystalline technologies.

This workshop is intended for experts coming from Road Agencies, Engineering Bureaus, Contractors… who have an interest in the management and preservation of concrete pavements. Participants will have the opportunity to exchange and discuss the specific aspects, challenges and difficulties experienced in that field.

Register by sending an e-mail to Elise Carabédian, by Wednesday 7 October 2020.

The workshop will also be available online.

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Invitation to EUPAVE's Webinar, "Current U.S. Practices for Successful Design and Construction of Concrete Overlays", 19 May 2020

Tuesday 19 May 2020 from 14.00 till 15.00
Presented by Mark B. Snyder, Ph.D., P.E.
Pavement Engineering and Research Consultants, LLC

Concrete overlays are sustainable and cost-effective solutions for improved management of pavement assets. More than 1200 concrete overlays have been constructed on U.S. pavements since 1901. Many of these concrete overlays have been in service for decades, effectively extending the life of the original pavement structures for 30 years or more.

To ensure that concrete overlays provide durable, long-lasting solutions, good design and construction practices must be followed. This webinar will present such practices for the most common types of concrete overlays – bonded concrete overlays of asphalt-surfaced pavement and unbonded concrete overlays of all types of pavement.

Register at by 15 May 2020

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EUPAVE Annual Report 2019 is out!

The Annual Report provides an excellent overview of the work and objectives of EUPAVE in 2019. We are pleased that we can look back positively on this year and see that our work has been fruitful.

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News from the International Society for Concrete Pavements:



2 NRCMA Series of Webinars to be Held April & May!

PaveAhead and Build With Strength, along with the National Ready Mixed Concrete Association (NRMCA) are launching FREE WEBINAR SERIES during April and May 2020.

All webinars are FREE of charge and open to anyone. Please register for topics of interest. These are informative sessions ranging from 1 to 1 1/2 hours.

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FHWA Concrete Clips: Series Expanded with 5 New Videos in 2020

Starting in November 2017, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) introduced a series of valuable and  informational videos called “Concrete Clips” about concrete pavements, materials, testing methods, and much more. Each “Concrete Clip” provides a concise overview of the video subject matter (i.e., Mixtures, Curing, Durability, etc.)—a presentation of key information on the subject. The videos serve as a resource as well a tool to generate interest in the use, and transfer of the technology.

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For more information from the International Society for Concrete Pavements, visit their website at:


Next events

Date: Tuesday 19 May 2020
Place: Online

Date: Wednesday 14 October 2020
Place: Hôtel Le Châtelain, Brussels