Accelerated Precast Construction
Accelerated Precast Construction (APC) is a concept intended to help Engineers and their clients finish major infrastructure projects in a short period of time using precast concrete drainage products. APC allows a contractor to replace an existing conventional bridge with precast boxes or pipe at an accelerated pace, often achieving completion in a matter of days rather than months. This course will provide the basics concepts as well as several case studies that display the wide range of possibilities of accelerated precast placement.
Trygve W. Hoff, P.E. American Concrete Pipe Association, USA
Tryg is the Northeast Region Engineer for the American Concrete Pipe Association (ACPA). Tryg graduated with a BS in Civil Engineering from The Ohio State University and his professional experience ranges from environmental consulting in Ohio, to architectural engineering in beautiful Lake Tahoe, California. Tryg lives near Madison, Virginia, at the edge of the Blue Ridge mountains with his wife, Brooks, on a small 40-acre horse farm. Tryg has been promoting resilient infrastructure with the ACPA since 2012.