ATL offers many support services for Architects and Engineers and as such, we are proud to aid our clients with their professional development hour requirements. Certified by the Practicing Institute of Engineering (PIE), our seminars provide an opportunity to question one of our seasoned experts as they inform you on the best and current practices in the field.
Below you will find a list of our most recent offerings. For the full list of PIE courses, select the “Lunch & Learn” link under the “News and Events” tab. If you are interested in arranging a seminar this Winter, please call Zach Short at 518-383-9144 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Execution of a Subsurface Investigation Program (NEW)
Focuses on the execution of a subsurface investigation program from start to finish; starts with proposed project information, and explores topics such as site history and geology, determining information that will be obtained during field and laboratory operations, foundation design reporting, and evaluating construction monitoring. (1 PDH)
Incidental Disturbance Assessments and Site Specific Variances (NEW)
A presentation on methodologies of incidental disturbances, and clean-ups of uncontrolled disturbances of asbestos. This presentation will also include the site specific variances petition process within NYS. (1 PDH)
Subsurface Investigation Hardships and Challenges (NEW)
A presentation on overcoming the challenges associated with accessing difficult subsurface investigation locations safely and efficiently. The presentation will focus on tidal water, deep water, side slopes, spillways, swampy areas, and inside building locations. (1 PDH)