Graduate Seminar Civil and Geological Engineering, University of Saskatchewan
Diana Podborochynski – Characterization of Reclaimed Asphalt Concrete Pavement for Saskatoon Road Construction.
Colin Wandzura – Investigating the Use of Crushed Concrete as an Aggregate Source in a Pavement Structure.
Rielle Haichert – Mechanistic Characterization of Reclaimed Bitumen.
Colin Prang – Integration of Structural Information into an Urban Pavement Management System.
Duane Guenther – Mechanistic Structural Design of Recycled Aggregates in Road Construction Case Study: City of Saskatoon.
Ganiu Abdul Rahman – Engineering Properties of Shredded Tires as A Road Construction Material.
Marlis Foth – Quantifying Greenhouse Gas Generation and Energy Consumption in Roadway Construction.
Roanne Kelln – Mechanistic Evaluation of Saskatchewan Asphalt Mixes with the Addition of Hydrated Lime and Warm Mix Additives.
Selma Yousif – Weigh In-motion and Structural Deflection Based Mechanistic ESAL Factors for Urban Pavement Asset Management.
Jordan Parisien – Development of Safety Performance Functions and a Geographic Information System Based Spatial Analysis of Collision Data for the City of Saskatoon.
Mariniel Flores – The Development of a Municipal-level Strategic Highway Safety Plan: A Case Study for the City of Saskatoon.
Rajib Sahaji – Identifying High Collision Locations without Traffic Volume Data.
Jason Young – Incorporating Uncertainty into the Economic Appraisal of Roadway Safety Improvements.
Nicole Allen – Explicitly Addressing Uncertainty in Asset Management Planning.