Ice Roads Training to be Held in Anchorage on August 22

Jun 7, 2023

The AIDC and the Alaska Tribal Technical Assistance Program (ATTAP) will be holding an ice roads training in Anchorage, Alaska on August 22, 2023. The workshop will be held from 9 am to 4:30 pm in the Megan Room,  6591 A Street, Anchorage, Alaska. There is no charge to attend the workshop. Professional development credits are available.
The primary purpose of the workshop is to discuss safe and efficient design, construction, maintenance and operation of an ice road. The AIDC recently completed writing a manual on the Design and Operation of Ice Roads that will be the focus of the workshop. Billy Connor, AIDC Director, will be the primary presenter. Specific topics to be covered include the bearing capacity of ice and how to measure it, hazards that can impact the integrity of the ice road, ice road construction, monitoring and maintenance activities, and vehicle control on the ice road.
Please register that you are planning to attend the event at Ice Roads Workshop Registration. The email provided in the registration will be used to send further information as the workshop gets closer. This is the same workshop that was held on February 15, 2023 in Fairbanks, Alaska.