Capital Branch November Speaker Meeting

November 13, 2018
11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
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Old Spaghetti Factory
1910 J. Street
Sacramento, CA 95811

Pavement design can feel abstract, black box, and foreign.  Come learn the simple way to understand the Traffic Index (TI), R-Value, and what they really represent.  The fundamentals of design will be covered as well as Caltrans-based asphalt design and industry concrete pavement design.  Basic pavement rehabilitation methods will be discussed as well as considerations for preservation, rehabilitation, and reconstruction.  For owners or project managers; we will also discuss how to analyze design reports and key parameters to focus on.


Clay Slocum, P.E.
Pavements Engineer, Northern California/Northern Nevada Region

Clay Slocum joined CNCA as the Northern California/Northern Nevada pavements engineer in January 2014.  He provides technical expertise, education, concrete resources, and several other services to municipalities, engineers, and developers to advance the applications and use of cementitious roadway solutions for streets, highways, and parking areas.  Clay specializes in conventional concrete, full-depth reclamation, concrete overlays, and pervious concrete, but is knowledgeable on most cement-related applications.  Clay is active in local societies including ASCE, ACI, SNCA, and others.

Prior to joining CNCA, Clay worked as a geotechnical consulting engineer in Walnut Creek, California.  He graduated from University of the Pacific with a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering and a minor in Engineering Management before continuing his education at U.C. Berkeley where he obtained his Master’s degree in Civil Engineering.  Clay is a licensed civil engineer in the state of California and Nevada. 

Email:  Phone: 530-864-1648