You’re invited to network with fellow civil engineers and earn up to 3 PDHs at Chester County Engineers’ Spring Conference on May 18th! Complete the registration form below to sign-up today!
CHESTER COUNTY ENGINEERS SPRING CONFERENCE
When? Thursday, May 18, 2017
Where? West Goshen Municipal Building
1025 Paoli Pike, 2nd Floor – Meeting Room A
West Chester, PA 19380
Cost? $100/member; $125/non-member
($25pp discount if sending multiple engineers from same office)
AGENDA – Thursday, May 18th
8:15am – 8:30am – Registration & Networking
8:30am-9:30am – Fundamentals of Wetland Permitting
Ross Wolford, Environmental Design Service, Inc.
This session will discuss basic issues regarding land development occurring near wetlands and waters. Current regulations will be reviewed as well as their effect on new projects. Required PADEP Permits for wetland and stream crossings will also be discussed.
9:45am-10:45am – Understanding the Benefits of Directional Boring
Christopher Root, Vermeer North Atlantic
Directional boring technology has evolved to the point that it is extremely accurate and cost effective. It has many potential use applications for civil engineering, from crossing streams and road, to cutting through rock, to working on very steep slopes between two given points. The session is meant to give all a general outline of its benefits and limitations.
PRESENTATION: HDD CCE
11:00am-12:00pm – Better HOP Designs to Minimize Necessary Field Changes
Fran Hanney & Matthew Miele, PENNDOT District 6-0
Smooth execution begins with a good plan. Learn how to head of potential problems in the field by preparing a better Highway Occupancy Permit application. District representatives will focus on best design practices that help minimize disruption when implemented in the field. Common design issues will be highlighted to help you avoid mistakes that could prove costly to your client.
PRESENTATION: PENNDOT – Fran Hanney and Matt Miele
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