ATL offers online webinars making our technical seminars available to our current and potential clients. The seminars are intended to provide participants with an understanding of technical topics that will assist them with their project needs.
ATL offers many support services for Architects and Engineers, and we are proud to aid our clients with their professional development hour (PDH) requirements. PDHs from ATL courses are recognized by most U.S. states including New York. ATL is a NYS approved Sponsor Organization through the Practicing Institute of Engineering (PIE). Our seminars provide an opportunity to interact with our subject matter experts as they provide you with technical insight and inform you on the current practices in the field.
If you are interested in in arranging a seminar, please call Zach Short at 518-383-9144 or email us at email@example.com.
ATL’S SEMINAR TOPICS INCLUDE:
Concrete Petrography (Online)
This presentation describes the utility of petrographic analysis to help determine why concrete fails (ASR, ACR, freeze/thaw, etc.) and to describe basic aspects of the concrete including water/cement ratio and hydration of the paste, aggregates, air, presence of deleterious materials, etc. (1 PDH)
Air Void Systematics of Hardened Concrete (Online)
This presentation describes the air voids and the air void system structure in hardened concrete, and explains how it affects the strength and durability of concrete. (1 PDH)
Introduction to Concrete Non-destructive Test (NDT) Methods (Online)
This presentation is an introduction to concrete NDT methods. Different NDT methods outlined in ACI 228.2, Report on Nondestructive Test Methods for Evaluation of Concrete Structures, will be presented and discussed, focusing on the more popular stress wave methods, such as impact echo, sonic/ultrasonic echo, impulse response, and ultrasonic pulse velocity. (1 PDH)
Geology for Engineers: Geologic Hazards I and II (Online)
These presentations provide geologic insight into some of the most common engineering hazards (shrink/swell soils, toxic soils, faults, liquefaction, karst, rock properties, rivers, and floods) associated with Earth materials, events, and processes, and how to identify and prepare for them. (1 PDH)
Subsurface Investigation Hardships and Challenges
Building Code of NYS - Special Inspections
Hot Weather Concrete
Cold Weather Concrete
Incidental Disturbance Assessments and Site Specific Variances
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