The New York State Society of Professional Engineers (NYSSPE) once again offered 10 PDH courses in conjunction with The Association of Towns event in Times Square, New York City February 20th and 21st.
The event featured various speakers from both the private and public sectors on various interesting and relevant topics.
Topics included trenchless solutions, flooding and public health, mobile mapping, drinking water regulations and alternative fuel vehicles on day one. The second day featured topics including geosynthetic solutions for paved & unpaved applications, Westchester County’s leadership role in meeting Giardia and Cryptosporidium guidelines, polypropylene piping, OSHA focus four hazards, and geosynthetic reinforced soil systems.
All of the sessions were well received and elicited many questions and discussions among participants during the event.
NYSSPE would like to thank our speakers for their contribution to the event:
- Tom Perry, Multi Utilities Ventures
- Todd Crawford, NYSDOH
- Michael Panichelli, PE, M.J. Engineering and Land Surveying, P.C
- Kevin Castro PE, BCEE, GHD
- Joseph Englot, PE, HNTB Corp
- William Maier, Tensar
- Tom Lauro, PE, Commissioner Westchester County DEF
- Robert Butterworth, PE, GHD
- Jan Salzman, PE, GHD
- Justin Piccillo, PE, Advanced Drainage Systems, Inc
- Lisa DeBenedetto, Maser Consulting P.A.
- Rick Smith, Tensar
We look forward to continuing to assist in efforts to educate municipal officials on the important engineering issues relevant in New York State.– – – – – – – – –
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