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You are cordially invited to participate in the 23rd Annual University of Dayton ASCE Golf Outing on Saturday, September 24, 2016, at The Golf Club at Yankee Trace in Centerville, Ohio. The tournament will begin at 7:30 am and will be followed by lunch and an awards ceremony.

The fee to participate in this year’s tournament will be $100 for one, $185 for two , $265 for three, or $340 for four participants. This fee includes 18 holes of golf, a cart, unlimited use of the driving range, chances at contest and door prizes, and a lunch buffet following the outing. To foster interaction between professionals and students, we are encouraging companies to register multiple 2- or 3-person teams to be joined by UD students.

We are again offering hole sponsorships which include a sign displaying your company’s name placed at a tee box as well as acknowledgment in the tournament program. The cost of sponsoring a hole is $100 per hole or $90 per hole if two or more holes are sponsored. Also, we invite you to donate items such as apparel or merchandise bearing your company’s logo to be given as prizes at the tournament.

We would like to thank the golfers and sponsors who have helped make our tournament a success in the past. Proceeds from the outing will help fund the UD ASCE Student Chapter’s events throughout the year. The ASCE student chapter is involved with many educational and service events to enhance our goals and better our community. Such events consist of: Tech-Fest, Adopt-A-Highway, Ohio Valley Regional Competition, National Steel Bridge Competition, UD Christmas on Campus, and various other events.

Please fill out the enclosed form and return with payment in full by September 10, 2016. Please include a phone number and email so that we may contact you prior to the event, if necessary.

Sincerely,

Alex Wolf
President
UD American Society of Civil Engineers

 

Forms:

UD ASCE Golf Outing Registration Form

UD ASCE Golf Outing Hole Sponsor

 

For additional questions please contact the UD ASCE officer team at asceudayton@gmail.com or
Rebecca Flohre @ (937) 229-3847 or rflohrel@udayton.edu

The Younger Member Group (YMG) for ASCE’s Dayton Chapter is looking for someone interested in taking a leadership role in the Younger Member Group.

Please Contact Mr. Dan Hoying at dhoying@ljbinc.com or (937) 259-5795 for more information.

The results are in!!  The 2016-2017

ASCE Dayton Section Board Members are:

President:  Chad Ingle, City of Kettering

President-Elect: Stephanie Goff, Montgomery County Engineer’s Office

Vice President:  Randee Timms, CESO

Treasurer:  Sam Morton, The Kleingers Group

Secretary:  Donald Chase, University of Dayton Dept. Civil & Environmental Engineering and Engineering Mechanics

Newsletter Editor: Christopher Ryan, Bowser-Morner Inc.

Join us for an informal meeting to introduce the Section Board Members for the fall and to celebrate the beginning of summer.


When: June 16, 2016 12:00-1:00 pm
Where: Fraze Pavilion Patio, 695 Lincoln Park Boulevard, Kettering, OH 45429 
Cost:  Free for ASCE Section Members
 
RSVP by Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Register here: http://conta.cc/1XBmW8R 
Topic: The 100 Year Bridge

When: Thursday May 19, 2016 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM EDT

Where:

Presidential Banquet Center
4548 Presidential Way
Kettering, OH 45429


Speakers: Dan Springer and Amy Moore, LJB Inc 

You have likely seen the ongoing media coverage about our nation’s crumbling infrastructure. But, what if bridges could last 100 years – long enough for your great, great grandchildren to use? This session covers the unique management and design challenges for the first ODOT project that utilizes long-lasting carbon fiber prestressing strands. For this pilot project, LJB designed the replacement of two existing multi-span prestressed concrete box beam bridges. One of the bridges will be constructed using conventional materials, while the other bridge will use carbon fiber (CFCC – Tokyo Rope) strands and stainless steel reinforcing in the superstructure. The bridge structures are similar enough to allow for comparison of the long-term sustainability of using different types of material. The presenters-including the project manager and lead bridge designer-will review the materials, challenges and long-term impacts of this unique bridge project that could have long-lasting effects on the future of bridge design.


Speaker Bios:
Dan Springer is a project manager and senior structural engineer with LJB who has 16 years of experience and specializes in bridge design and inspection. He is a dually certified professional engineer and project management professional. Dan has a bachelor’s and master’s degree in civil engineering with a focus in structures from the University of Toledo. His expertise includes designing, preparing plans and checking designs for various bridges in the short- to intermediate-span range. Dan has experience with complex interstate, county and municipal bridges as well as pedestrian bridges. He has worked with a variety of bridge types including steel beams, pre-stressed concrete box beams, I-beams, cast-in-place concrete, box culverts and arch structures. Dan also manages the annual inspection of bridges for numerous communities and counties in Ohio leading multiple inspection crews.
Amy Moore is a structural engineer with LJB who specializes in bridge design. Responsible for leading LJB’s bridge design staff, she has designed more than 30 bridges including both rehabilitation and replacements for municipalities, counties and ODOT, and has performed more than 500 load ratings for municipalities and counties throughout Ohio. Her work has included multi-span steel girders, prestressed box and I-girders, continuous slabs, aesthetic fascial panels, piers, and MSE walls. Amy has a master’s degree in structural engineering and a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the University of Cincinnati. She is the Young Member Committee Chair of the Dayton Chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), and is on the 440 Committee-Fiber-Reinforced Polymer Reinforcement of the American Concrete Institute (ACI).
Lunch: TBD.
Cost: $20/person (non-members), $15/person (members) or $10/students with RSVP
RSVP by 5:00pm on Friday, May 13, 2016

Click here to register!!A PDH certificate will be provided to attendees.

 

Dayton Children’s Hospital Patient Tower – Structural Presentation & Tour (1.0 PDH)
Presenter: Benjamin Van De Weghe PE, Shell & Meyer
Join us for a tour of the still under construction new Dayton Children’s Hospital Patient Care Tower. This is a new eight-story, 260,000 sf facility which will house the NICU and patient beds with future shell space for imaging and surgery.  The presentation and site visit will focus on the structure of this wide-module concrete framed building including both gravity and lateral loading.  Points of interest will include the tower crane foundations, efficient design of the concrete frame for efficient forming, steel framing of the entry and penthouse, and reinforcing of the existing structures.

Rendering of Patient Tower
When:  Wednesday, May 18, 2016 12:00PM to 1:30PM

Where:  Danis Construction Conference Room Trailer on Valley Street
Dayton Children’s Hospital
Dayton, OH

In order to participate in the tour, proper safety shoes are required. Danis will provide hardhats and safety vests.

Danis Construction will be providing lunch for all attendees during the structural engineering presentation prior to the tour.
Benjamin Van De Weghe is the Chief Engineer at Shell+Meyer with over 15 years experience. Ben specializes in multi-story concrete and steel frame structures, especially those including deep foundations and those built over top or below existing structures.
      11:30am – Registration
12:00pm – 1:30pm – Lunch Presentation & Tour
This meeting is offered at no cost thanks to the generosity of Danis Construction for providing lunch. However please register by Monday, May 16 so we have an accurate number for lunch.
      Earlier reservations are appreciated.
Questions on any Dayton events, please contact Mark Remmetter or Steve Mitchell at:
Dayton@SEAoO.org

For those of you that missed her presentation, you missed a great presentation.

Here is her powerpoint

Freshwater Mussels and the Ohio Mussel Survey Protocol

 

Here are the links to the videos that are in the powerpoint

Life History-Parasitizing Fish:

https://youtu.be/0V6V4daH_Ik

https://youtu.be/YLdJp4_hoBc

What are freshwater mussels important:

https://youtu.be/DxEpyjWDB6I

 

Ohio Engineers Legislative Day

Sign Up Today and Earn 5.0 CPD Hours!

Join us in Columbus for this year’s Ohio Engineers Legislative Day on Tues., May 3, 2016. OSPE and ASCE members may register at a 30% discount! Cost is $70 for members, $99 for non-members.

Topics will include:

  • ODOT Partners in Looking at Low Volume Roads
  • Water Supply Safety
  • Road Quality Challenges for Ohio County Engineers
  • Legislative Update
  • How Will We Fund Surface Transportation After the FAST ACT
  • Railroad Grade Crossing Safety

When
Tuesday May 3, 2016 from 8:00 AM to 2:30 PM EDT


Check-in begins at 8:00 AM.

Where

Sheraton Columbus at Capitol Square
75 East State Street
Columbus, OH 43215

Use this opportunity to visit your State Representative or State Senator following the program! For help in scheduling a visit call 614-519-4819

Seating is limited, so register early!  For more details on the topics and speakers, click on “Get more information”.  To register right away, click “Register Now!”.

If you missed the March joint section meeting with SAME, you missed Mr. Bob Geyer, Greene County Engineer discuss the covered bridges in Greene County.
The meeting was held on March 10, 2016 at the Twin Base Golf Course, WPAFB.
  

 

Topic: Mussel Survey Protocol

When: Thursday, April 21, 2016 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM EDT

Where:

            Presidential Banquet Center
            4548 Presidential Way
Kettering, OH 45429


Speaker: Megan Michael, ODOT Office of Environmental Services
What is a freshwater mussel, anyway?  Why are the living under my bridge?  What do I have to do about it?  These are some common questions that state and county engineers and project managers have been asking.  Although killing mussels has been illegal in Ohio since 1998, Ohio did not have a standard survey protocol or a list of streams that contained mussels until 2013.  The release of the Ohio Mussel Survey Protocol (OMSP) has led to standardized practices, which has helped with project timing and scoping, however; more survey work is now needed than in the past.   This presentation will go over a brief life history of freshwater mussels, the laws that protect them, survey requirements and possible outcomes under the OMSP, and lessons learned in the first three field seasons under the OMSP.

Speaker Bio:
Megan Michael is a federally permitted mussel biologist that works for the Office of Environmental Services at the Ohio Department of Transportation.  She graduated from Otterbein University in 1999 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Life Science (ecology concentration) and a minor in Chemistry.  While at Otterbein, she began working with freshwater mussels as a research intern for Dr. Michael Hoggarth.  She continued working with mussels and other macroinvertebrates as an intern with Ohio EPA.  After college, Megan worked at the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, where she collected fish and mussels for Scenic Rivers and various grants.   Megan has been at ODOT since 2002, where she has worked as an ecologist.  While at ODOT, she has been the lead worker for mussel surveys for roadway projects, which includes conducting surveys, reviewing surveys, and reviewing and commenting on the Ohio Mussel Survey Protocol.  She has been state permitted to work with mussels since 2000 and has had her federal collection permit for three years.
Lunch: TBD.
Cost: $20/person (non-members), $15/person (members) or $10/students with RSVP
RSVP by 5:00pm on Friday, April 15, 2016
Click here to register!!A PDH certificate will be provided to attendees.

 

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