ATL is starting the fall season off with our new PDH seminar schedule. The seminars are intended to provide participants with an understanding of technical topics that will assist with their project needs. Attendees are eligible to receive NYS accredited PDH credits that are widely accepted for various licenses and certifications.  We have provided continuing education seminars for PDH credit since 2006 and we are excited to announce that the following seminars have been approved for online presentation:

  • “Execution of a Subsurface Investigation Program” with Brian Barnes, PE
    September 16th @ 2:00PM (1PDH)
    Focuses on the execution of a subsurface investigation program from start to finish; beginning with proposed project information, explores topics such as site history and geology, determining information that will be obtained during field and laboratory operations, foundation recommendation and design reporting, and evaluating construction monitoring.
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  • “Environmental Sediment and Soil Sampling” with Cheyenne Dashnaw, PE
    September 30th @ 2:00PM (1PDH)

    Discussion of contamination and common sources, and synopsis of sampling applications and methods for soil and sediment materials.
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  • “Corrosion of Embedded Steel in Hardened Concrete” with Chris Kelson, PhD, PG and Steve Moore, PE
    October 28th @ 2:00PM (1PDH)

    Corrosion of embedded steel within hardened concrete is a complex process that deleteriously affects the concrete and may ultimately cause it to fail. This seminar discusses general geochemical, physical, and geotechnical causes and effects of this process, how to identify the signs of corrosion in the field, tests that can identify active corrosion potential, and possible avenues for mitigation.
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  • “Mold – Common Pathways for a Common Problem” with Cheyenne Dashnaw, PE
    November 4th @ 2:00PM (1PDH)

    Introduction into common mold issues in buildings and the current NYS legislation, with additional information summarizing typical assessment, remediation, and preventative measures for mold.
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