Geographic Services is proud to announce the Continuing Education schedule of seminars and workshops for fall and winter scheduled in your geographic area. These seminars/workshops have been produced by ASCE’s Continuing Education Department with your members in mind.
|Design and Strengthening of Shallow Foundations for Conventional and Pre-Engineered Buildings ~Newly Updated for 2012 IBC and 2011 ACI-318||November 6—7, 2014||Secaucus, NJ|
|Bridge Rehabilitation||November 20—21, 2014||Boston, MA|
|Design of Metal Building Systems: Avoid Pitfalls in Specifying and Procuring||December 11—12, 2014||Boston, MA|
|Earthquake-Induced Ground Motions||December 11—12, 2014||Secaucus, NJ|
|How to Successfully Use Value Engineering on Capital Projects||February 19—20, 2015||Boston, MA|
|HEC-RAS Computer Workshop||February 25—27, 2015||Manchester, NH|
|Seismic Design of Highway Bridges||February 12—13, 2015||Secaucus, NJ|
The Capital District’s Celebration of National Engineers Week
February 26 & 27, 2015 – At the Albany Marriott, 189 Wolf Rd., Albany
Basic information about the event:
5 PDHs each day; seminars are from 8:00am-4:00pm
70 seminars offered in the two day event covering all disciplines
Exhibitors & Lunches each day
High School Bridge Competition
Future City Display
Capital District Robotics Team
Order of the Engineer - http://www.order-of-the-engineer.org/
Over 800 in Attendance
Exhibitor space will be available on both days, but limited booth space is available. It will Sell Out so get your form in early. Review exhibitor form and information that is attached.
You also have the opportunity to advertise in our Program Book– DEADLINE 1/30/14.
We also have Sponsorship Opportunities available, this is an excellent opportunity for branding and exposure.
Your involvement is important to us and a valuable way for your organization to reach the engineering community.
Visit our website for more information: www.CapitalDistrictEweek.org
Directions to:Albany Marriott - 189 Wolf Rd., Albany, NY.
Need an inexpensive way to get 7 PDH credits for New York licensure, and learn a thing or two about geotechnical practice and the latest research? Then come and join us at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute on November 14, 2014 for the 6th annual ASCE Mohawk-Hudson - Capital Region Geotechnical Symposium!
This year we have another great line up of presentations with our featured speaker, Jerry DiMaggio, P.E. who will present on Four Decades of Deep Foundation Advancements in the Transportation Industry. Our other presentations include:
Twin Box Tunnels, Liberty University
Jeremiah Jezerski, PE & AJ McGinn, PhD, PE, Brierley Associates
Secant Pile Wall Alternative to Conventional Underpinning
Ketan Trivedi, P.E., Mueser Rutledge Consulting Engineers
Load-Displacement Behavior of Screw-Piles and Helical Anchors in Sand and Clay
Alan J. Lutenegger, P.E., Ph.D., UMass Amherst
Innovative Slope Stabilization – Introducing Geopier SRT™ System
Kellie Owens, P.E., GeoStructures, Inc.
Detention Basins in Appalachian Karst
Joseph A. Fischer, P.E., Geoscience Services
Underground Subway Construction in Manhattan, New York City
Chu Ho, Sc.D., Arup
In addition, the day will end with a small reception at the Russell Sage Dining Hall.
Please reach out to your colleagues and encourage them to attend. We look forward to seeing you all there!
December 12, 2013
Jenny Moon-Lippman, P.E., M.ASCE
President, Mohawk Hudson Section
14 Cartwheel Drive
Scotia, NY 12302
Re: Outstanding Section and Branch Web Site Award
Dear President Moon-Lippmann:
It is a distinct honor to notify you that the Mohawk Hudson Section has been selected as the recipient of the 2013 National Outstanding Section and Branch Web Site Award in the “medium” Section and Branch membership category. This award will be presented at the 2014 Regions 1, 2, 4, and 5 Multi-Region Leadership Conference on Saturday, February 8 at the Indianapolis Marriott Downtown at 11:30 am. It is our hope that you or a representative from your Section will be in attendance to receive the award presented by ASCE President Over. Unfortunately, there is no additional reimbursement available for this event.
In the next few days, you will receive an ASCE Virtual Award acknowledging this recognition.
for display on your web site.
Thank you and congratulations again.
Michael Wenning, P.E., F. ASCE
Chair, Leader Training Committee
cc: Region 1 Director and Governors
The date for this year’s rebuilding together project is Saturday April 27th. I am going to get students from both RPI and HVCC to participate but anyone with carpentry skills that would like to donate their Saturday would be greatly appreciated. If you have any questions about it please let me know. I will provide more details one I have the group of volunteers finalized.
To Region Boards, Section and Branch Presidents, and Newsletter Editors:
As part of the committee restructuring implementation process, we have created an on-line committee application form, which is now active. Applications will be accepted for the Society Standing Committees and their constituent committees through April 19th. A committee member whose term is due to expire will need to apply if they wish to be considered for reappointment. We hope to attract interest from more of our younger members, government engineers, etc. Please encourage your members to apply as soon as possible since many of the appointments must be approved by the Board of Direction at their July meeting.
Please consider publishing this information in your newsletter and on your website and forward to others as you deem appropriate.
Nancy E. Berson
Director, Geographic Services
The 2013 ASCE Distinguished Chapter award was given to the USMA ASCE Student Chapter at West Point. Congratulations! Download the letter from ASCE.
The RPI Student Chapter received a honorable menion for its Outstanding Activities as recorded inteh 2012 Annual Report. Download the letter from ASCE.