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2015 E-Week Seminar Series

  • Friday, February 27, 2015
  • 7:15 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Grapevine Banquets (former Hearthstone Manor), Depew, New York
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  • Current paid members of NSPE (any chapter). You must log-in to access the member rate.
  • For Non-Members of NSPE (General Public)
  • Only for speakers and invited student volunteers at the event.
  • Student Discount Rate for Full Time Students. No PDHs Awarded.

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2015 E-Week Seminar Series

Friday, February 27, 2015
7:15AM to 5:00PM

Grapevine Banquets (formerly Hearthstone Manor) 
333 Dick Road, Depew, New York

7 PDHs Available!

Register online at www.erieniagarape.org/events


NSPE Members (Any Chapter): $99.00
Non-Members: $239.00
Students (No PDHs): $40.00
New Members: **Free**


7:15AM-8:00AM – Breakfast and Registration
8:00AM-9:00 AM – Session 1 (1 PDH)
9:15 AM-10:15 AM – Session 2 (1 PDH)
10:15AM-10:45AM – Coffee Break
10:45 AM-11:45 AM – Session 3 (1 PDH)
11:45AM-1:30PM – Lunch & Lunch Speaker (1 PDH)
1:30PM-2:30PM – Session 4 (1 PDH)
2:40PM-3:40PM – Session 5 (1 PDH)
3:40PM-4:00PM – Soda Break
4:00PM-5:00PM – Session 6 (1 PDH)

Keynote Speaker:

The Engineer's Role in Safety and Health: Tales From the Trenches
Adele Abrams, Esq.
The Law Firm of Adele Abrams, PC

** The Erie-Niagara Chapter will offer free registration to this event for new chapter members.   The stipulations are you can not have been a member of NSPE in the last five years, you must reside in the Erie-Niagara chapter counties (Erie, Niagara, Wyoming, Chautauqua, and Cattaraugus counties), and you must submit a paid membership invoice to webmaster@erieniagarape.org prior to the event, to receive an enrollment code.   Good only for memberships established between 1/1/2015 and the event.

Advertising/booth opportunities available.   Contact 2VP Larry Zamojski, PE at lzamojski@hatchusa.com.

The program speakers and topics are as follows (schedule to be determined).

 Civil  Electrical  Mechanical  Env/Regulatory
Precast Concrete Structure
Ken Kistner
Kistner Concete
Arcing Signatures in Load Tap Changers
Randy Cox
GE Energy
Niagara Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Study
Jiankang (Jay) Zhu, Ph.D., PE
Efficient Use of Adsorption for Air Pollution Control
John Atkinson, Ph.D.
University at Buffalo
Asphalt 101
Bruce Barkevich
NYS Asphalt Promotion Group
Selective Coordination
John Kowal
Hydronic System Design
TP Woodside
101 Places an Environmental Engineer Must Visit Before they Die…
Richard Cartright, PE
NY Codes for Special Inspections
Lawrence J. O'Connor
International Accreditation Service
Zone Selective Interlocking
Brent Vild
Variable Speed Pump Design
TP Woodside
New York State Environmental Quality Review Updates
Paul Sharlow, Esq., and Michael Fogel, Esq.
Roller Compacted Concrete
Greg Novitski
NY Construction Materials Association
Controllability Range Improvement of the Unified Power Flow Comptroller
Saman Babaei
Energy Efficient Design Program #1
Nick Carpelli 
NYS Concrete Masonry Association
Transforming Niagara Transformer - A Brownfields Case Study
Patrick Martin, PE
Golder Associates
Geodesign for Planning, Design & Construction
Charles Hixson III
Parsons Brinkerhoff
Test Technologies for Medium Voltage Cabling
Steve Park, PE
Energy Efficient Design Program #2
Nick Carpelli
NYS Concrete Masonry Association
Buffalo Sewer Authority Long Term Control Plan
David P. Comerford
Buffalo Sewer Authority
Helical Piles and Anchors
Pat Haffert
Danbro Distributors
Integrated Resource Planning
Dennis Elsenbeck
National Grid
Shop Drawings and Submittals: Navigating the Minefield and Minimizing Your Exposure as an Engineer
Kevin O'Beirne
Changes to Upcoming PBS Regulations
Andrea Skalski, PE

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