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GRS-IBS is an innovation to help reduce bridge construction time and cost. GRS-IBS projects can be built in weeks instead of months, due to the ease of construction and the use of readily available materials and equipment. Reduced construction schedule translates into less exposure around work zones improving safety. Idaho has adopted GRS-IBS as a focus for the state.
Learn more about GRS-IBS Bridge construction during this 2.5-hour webinar hosted by LHTAC and HMH Engineering. Webinar will include pictures and video from the recent construction of Ruby Creek Bridge #3 in Boundary County, Idaho.
- Local Idaho Bridge Needs
- GRS-IBS Overview
- Planning and Design
- Example GRS-IBS
Target Audience: The focus audience for this workshop is Local Highway Jurisdiction roadway supervisors, foreman and employees.
This class can be applied as a 1/2 elective credit to the Road Scholar/Road Master Program.
Recording: This LHTAC T2 Center training will be recorded and a link we be sent out those in attendance. If the recording is successful we will plan to also post it on our YouTube Channel.
How to register
Go to http://t2.lhtac.org/ and log in with your user name and password.
If you do not have a user name and password, click on the link “request login” at the bottom of the page.
An email confirmation will be sent stating whether or not you are confirmed for the course. If you have questions, contact the LHTAC T2 Center 208-344-0565 or idahot2
The Bidding & Procurement Workshop familiarizes the participants with the various aspects of Idaho Bidding Requirements from the perspective of an Engineer.
Participants attending the class will become familiar with the requirements of Idaho Code for Procurement of Services related to Personal Property, Services, and Public Works Contracts.
In addition, participants will learn how when bidding is required, how to properly “piggyback” contracts for personal property, and structuring the contract documents to obtain the most cost-effective pricing for projects, property and services.
Specific Topics include:
- Exclusions to Bidding requirements in accordance with IC 67-2803
- Procurement of Public Works Construction under the provisions of IC 67-2805
- Obtaining Services or Personal Project under the Provisions of IC 67-2806
- Request for Proposals under the provisions of IC 67-2806A
- Cooperative Purchasing under the provisions of IC67-2807
- Emergency and Sole Source Procurement under the provisions of IC 67-2808
- Other related code sections related to public works construction and procurement of services
This class is being presented by Stephen F. Freiburger, PE. Stephen has over 35 years’ experience with contracting for Public Agencies for Public Works Projects, Personal Property and miscellaneous items.
Attendees are strongly encouraged to be prepared with bidding/contract related questions and/or send questions in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Registration will close on April 15, 2022.
Please check your email the day prior to the workshop for the Zoom link.
This workshop is designed to help highway district clerks and commissioners construct an annual budget that is easy to understand and maintain throughout the year. Additionally, attendees will learn how changes to their budget can help complete the Annual Road and Street Financial Report.
This virtual workshop is ideal for junior and senior clerks, treasurers, commissioners, and directors to gain a better understanding of the budgeting process.
Attendees are strongly encouraged to be prepared with budget related questions and/or send questions in advance to email@example.com.
About the speaker: With over 33 years of experience serving as the engineer for numerous highway districts throughout the state, Stephen Freiburger is accustomed to tracking revenue, past expenses, and future projects/expenses. His wealth knowledge has led him to teach numerous budgeting and report workshops for local highway jurisdictions.
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Registration will close on May 20, 2022. Please check your email the day prior to the workshop for the Zoom link.