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- Succession Planning - Growing Your Own Director
This program addresses steps to develop a succession program, issues cities and agencies have with the process, and examples of how identified candidates were moved through the development process.
- Construction Inspection Podcast Series:
This podcast series focuses on the role of the construction site manager and the site inspector and the changing role of both while managing today's construction projects.
- How To Write a Sustainable Action Plan
This program provides an overview of the process two cities - one US and one Canadian - used to develop and write Sustainability Action Plans for their communities.
- LED Technology
This program explains LED technologies currently available for city/public use and present case studies on street lighting and traffic lighting pilot programs currently underway in North America.
- Solar Strategies for Public Works
This program will explore different financing, procurement, and management strategies for making solar power work for small communities. It will alos focus on the design of solar photovoltaic installations on existing roofs and new roofs.
- Pavement Preservation
This program will focus on money aspects, engineering and technology items, management issues and pavement management.
- Stepping Up to the
This program allows viewers to recognize what is the "new normal" for these times of reduced resources and aging assets. It will allow for individuals to identify tools for managing political egos and to develop strategies for managing teams in the "new normal" and see them applied in real life situations.
- Gravel Roads
This program will address the latest in gravel road maintenance techniques, road and equipment safety, gravel gradation and how to select the right equipment.
- Sustainable Utility Construction: Methods and Techniques
Learn how your community can utilize new concepts, such as duct banks and trenchless technology, to showcase a project's sustainability in all three phases of the "triple bottom-line": economic viability, social responsibility, and environmental responsibility