AGG1 Education Sessions on Tap

More than 120 educational sessions will be offered at this year’s AGG1 Academy & Expo, co-located with the World of Asphalt Show & Conference, running March 25-27, at the Nashville Music City Center in Tennessee. 

They are divided into topic categories:

Operations and Production – Learn about virtually every aspect of plant operations, production, and equipment maintenance, from 101-level courses to the latest technologies, processes and products that aggregate producers are using to produce aggregates and manage their fleets in creative and innovative ways. 

Safety and Health – These sessions demonstrate best practices and techniques for the aggregates industry to be efficient, safe, and maintain the health of our workforce.

Business and People Management – Running an aggregates operation is about more than equipment and processes. These classes focus on the business of your operation, including understanding business and financial principles, working with the surrounding community, and ways to market and sell your product.

Environment and Sustainability – Learn ways the aggregates industry can enhance and improve our environmental stewardship, comply with the latest federal and state regulations and standards, and adopt sustainable practices to ensure our businesses continue to grow and thrive.

“We’re looking forward to returning to Nashville to bring the asphalt and aggregates industries together again to showcase the latest products and innovations all in one place,” said Show Director Brittany Schmidtke. “Additionally, we are expanding this year’s show to include more networking and educational opportunities than were available at the record-breaking previous show.”

“This World of Asphalt is poised to be the most crucial one yet with all the advancements going on in the asphalt pavement industry,” said Dr. Audrey Copeland, President and CEO of the National Asphalt Pavement Association (NAPA), co-owner of the show. “That’s why we’re offering asphalt paving professionals and business owners in the industry more to see and learn than ever before.”

Related posts