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Spring Continuing Education Conference

Up Coming Conference – Spring Continuing Education Conference – April 23rd

Sponsored by:

Earn up to 3 PDH’s with CCE at our annual Spring Continuing Ed Conference

Located at: West Goshen Township Building
Cost: $100 members, $ 125 non- member. $25/p discount for multiple engineers from same firm!

AGENDA – Thursday, April 23, 2015

8:00am – 8:30am : Registration & Refreshments

8:30am – 9:30am

Chester County Transportation Forecast & Planning

Jonathan Ewald, John Meisel & Tim Phelps, Transportation Management Association of Chester County

The presentation will forecast transportation projects in Chester County as well as the need for and future of mass transit in the county.  Learn what is on the TIP and the TII and how that will affect future development.  Representatives from SEPTA will be discussing the incorporation of mass transit into municipal planning and development

9:30am – 9:45am : Break

9:45am – 10:45am

Intro to Traffic Signals and Intelligent Transportation Systems

Matthew M. Kozsuch, P.E. & Louis L. Cortelazzi, Jr., McMahon Associates

This presentation will focus on the basics of traffic signals and intelligent transportation systems.  Topics will include warrants for traffic signals as well as design, construction, and maintenance of traffic signals in PA.  ITS basics will be presented including ITS planning, design, and the future of ITS

10:45am – 11:00am : Break

11:00am – 12:00pm

Innovative Engineered Products by The Kennedy Companies, Hydro International & Tensar

Brad Eldred, Kennedy Companies; Nick Burns, Hydro International; & Bill Maier, Tensar

The Kennedy Companies is a full line distributor of water, storm, sanitary sewer and erosion control products.  They provide the opportunity to team up during the design phase and provide value engineering assistance to choose the best products for each specific application.  Presented by Brad Eldred, Engineered Product Specialist.

Hydro International offers innovative products for the cost-effective treatment and control of water, wastewater, and stormwater.  Hydro’s products use state of the art design to provide optimized solutions for wastewater treatment plans, combined sewer systems, and municipal separate storm sewer systems (MS4s).  Hydro products are also well suited for many types of industrial, drinking water, and agricultural applications.  Hydro products improve the performance of water and wastewater treatment facilities, control flow quantity, and improve the quality of water.  Through the application of advanced vortex, filtering and complementary technologies Hydro International’s line of products provide economical solutions to the challenging problems our clients face.  The focus of the presentation will be Hydro International Stormwater Solutions.

Tensar is a United States Corporation headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia with Business worldwide.  Tensar focuses on earth reinforcement in applications including roadway improvement, reinforced soil slopes and retaining walls, and erosion control.  Tensar technology and innovation have made its line of geogrid products far and away the dominant force in the earth stabilization construction market commanding as much as 80% of the geogrid market worldwide.  The focus of the presentation will be Subgrade Stabilization / Pavement Optimization.

    Send an e-mail to: [email protected]
     INCLUDE: your name, your company name,
                your company address,telephone number and e-mail address

Please send checks payable to: Chester County Engineers, C/O Erin D. Hamel, 1250 Wright’s Lane, West Chester, PA 19380

Continuing Education Conference

Up Coming Conference – Continuing Education Conference – May 12, 2011 Sponsored by: ACF ENVIRONMENTAL
Located at: the Chester County Economic Development Council, 737 Constitution Drive, Exton, PA 19341

Full day (includes lunch)- $150.00 members/$250.00 non-members
AM Session Only – $90 members/150.00 non-members
PM Session Only – $90 members/150.00 non-members
10% Discount if you sign-up before April 12th OR If your office sends more than one engineer

AM Session- EARN 3 Professional Development Hours

8:00am – Registration
8:30-12:00pm Classes:
– Developing Noise Ordinances, Greg Richardson, Traffic Planning & Design
– Wetland Encroachments, Scott Salvatore, Clemmys Environmental Services
– Geosynthetics for Best Mang’t Practices – Part 1, Warren Cohn, ACF Environmental

Lunch: 12:00pm – 1:00pm (full day attendees only)

PM Session – EARN 3 Professional Development Hours

12:30pm – Registration
1:00 – 4:30 Classes:
– Geosynthetics for Best Mang’t Practices – Part 2, warren cohn, ACF Environmental
– Hi-Definition Laser Surveys, Timothy Brennan, Nave Newell
– LEED Site Design, Brian Falcon & Chris McQuail, Arcus Design Group

Interested in attending this Continuing Ed. Conference, May 12, 2011 –
Send an e-mail to [email protected], include:

Your Name
Your Company Name,address, telephone number, and e-mail address
If you are going to attend the full day or half (AM/PM) courses

Please send checks payable to: Chester County Engineers, 1250 Wright’s Lane, West Chester, PA 19380

Continuing Education Conference

November 18, 2010- Continuing Ed. Conference Sponsored by: Earth Care, Inc. Landscape & Erosion Control Company (484)514-2135

Courses included:
– Legal Issues in the Development Plan Approval Process, Lou Colagreco, RRHC
– Making Proper Turn Lane Calculations, Christopher Williams, McMahon Associates, Inc.
– Retaining Wall Design & Layout, Bar Shippee, Shippee Engineering Inc.
– Modeling Nitrates in Groundwater, Paul White, Brickhouse Environmental
– Essential Issues in Onlot Septic Design, Susan Ahern, Evans Mill Environmental
– Practical Application of Compaction Analysis, Advantage Engineers

Meeting notes: (Meeting notes may take a moment to load)

Follow this link Legal Issues in the development plan approval processpdf

Follow this linkpdfMaking Proper Turn Lane Calculations

Follow this linkpdfRetaining wall design & Layout notes

Follow this linkpdfModeling Nitrates in Groundwater

Follow this linkpdfPractical application of compaction analysis

Follow this linkpdfEssential issues in onlot septic design