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The Dayton ASCE chapter and SAME will once again be participating in TechFest at Sinclair Community College. TechFest is a 2-day STEM outreach event to expose children of all ages to science and math outside of the classroom. ASCE will be hosting a booth in which children can participate in hands-on demonstrations of civil engineering concepts. We are seeking volunteers in TWO HOUR increments to lead these fun and easy demonstrations and share their experiences in civil engineering with the students.

If you are interested in volunteering or would like more information, please contact Amy Moore (amy.moore@bwsc.net).

No prior experience is necessary. Teams of both ASCE, SAME and student members will be staffing the booth.

For more information about TechFest visit: http://www.ascdayton.org/TechFest/

When: Saturday, February 18th from 10am-6pm & Sunday, February 19th from 11am-5pm
Where: Sinclair Community College
Time Slots: Saturday, February 18th: 10am-noon; noon-2pm; 2pm-4pm; 4pm-6pm

Sunday, February 19th: 11am-1pm; 1pm-3pm; 3pm-5pm

Montgomery County invites applications for the position of ENGINEER 1-4 (PCN: 13400089, 13200087).

The series purpose of the Engineering 1-4 job classifications (ranging from developmental through fill performance level in the professional engineering occupation) is to provide relevant engineering expertise and application of standard practices and techniques to specific project involving new construction and modifications to existing facilities within the Environmental Services Department including the areas of Water Services, Water Reclamation and Solid Waste District.

Click here for additional information!

The City of Kettering, Ohio,

is seeking an exceptional professional to fill the Regular Full-Time position of Design Engineer. The Design Engineer will perform advanced engineering, drafting and design work in the office and in the field in connection with the investigation, development, and maintenance of civil engineering projects and other duties as assigned. Work is performed under the general supervision of a Civil Engineer, the Assistant City Engineer, or the City Engineer. The work in this position requires high level skills in the use of Computer Aided Drafting (CAD), design software used for the design of civil engineering projects. Skills in the use of surveying equipment, including conventional survey equipment (total station, data collector, level, etc.), and both mapping-grade and survey-grade GPS equipment are also desired.

Click here for additional information! 

Holiday Party Sponsors

The Dayton ASCE chapter would like to thank the sponsors of the 2016 Holiday Party.

Ohio House Bill 236, sponsored by Representative Louis W. Blessing, III, P.E. (R-29) and Representative Al Landis (R-98) passed the House and Senate unanimously in the final days of the 2016 legislative session. This bill requires Ohio engineer and surveying registrants to obtain two CPD hours per renewal cycle (1 hour per year) related to ethics or rules/standards. This will take effect beginning January, 2018, and the first re-newal requiring this education will be December 31, 2019. The text of the legislation, as passed unanimously by the House and Senate, is below with the changes underlined.

O.R.C. Section 4733.151.

(C)(2) Beginning with registrations expiring on or after the last day of December 2017 , a person registered as a professional engineer or professional surveyor shall complete at least two of the thirty hours required under division (A) of this section on professional ethics or rules relevant to the practices of engineering or surveying.

(D) A registrant is exempt from the continuing professional development requirements of this section during the first calendar year of registration.

(E)(1) A registrant who completes more than thirty hours of approved coursework or activities in a biennial renewal period may carry forward to the next biennial renewal period a maximum of fifteen of the excess hours. (2) A person registered as a professional engineer or professional surveyor may carry forward up to two hours on professional ethics or rules earned in excess of the requirement under division (C)(2) of this section as part of the fifteen hour maximum.

Thursday, December 8, 2016

“Roll” on over!  There’s no time to “spare”.  We are going to “strike” up some fun this holiday season!

We are hosting a BOWLING PARTY!  Join us for this fun lunchtime social event to celebrate the holiday season.  Lunch, shoes and bowling balls will be provided!

When: December 8, 2016 12:00-1:30 pm
Where: Poelking Lanes South
8871 Kingsridge Drive,
                Dayton, OH 45458  
Cost:  Free for ASCE Section Members
 
RSVP by 5pm on Friday, December 2, 2016

 

Highlights of this year’s seminar include issues related to Stormwater Quality Management, Autonomous Vehicle Use and Threats to Drinking Water Supply.
Fall Seminar Presentations:
Topic: 3D Scanning
When: Thursday November 17, 2016 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM EDTWhere:

            Presidential Banquet Center
4548 Presidential Way
Kettering, OH 45429

Speaker:  DAVID L. COX, Director of Geospatial Services, TrueScan 3D
 The presentation will be on 3D Scanning to survey and produce a working model for assessing and developing plans on renovation projects.  How a point cloud can be efficiently converted and used in structural modeling.

Speaker Bio:
David currently leads 3D laser scanning and modeling at Truescan3D, a division of The Kleingers Group. Utilizing his 35 years of experience in land surveying, David directs all aspects of reality capture and building documentation within Truescan3D with an advanced understanding of control network geometry. Under David’s leadership, Truescan3D has experienced rapid growth in recent years and has scanned a number of notable projects including the Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal, the planned sports complex at the former Champion Paper Mill, and Norton Audubon Hospital in Louisville, Kentucky.
In addition to his role with Truescan3D, David is also currently responsible for all facets of surveying and mapping at The Kleingers Group, including, but not limited to: topographic surveys, boundary surveys and resolution, construction staking, GPS services, and preparation of plats and descriptions. David supervises up to nine survey crews and office surveying personnel.
He is currently an adjunct faculty member of Cincinnati State Technical and Community College, a founding member of the Tri-State Surveyors Advisory Board and is a member of the Ohio State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers and Surveyors.
Lunch: TBD.
Cost: $20/person (non-members), $15/person (members) or $10/students with RSVP
RSVP by 5:00pm on Friday, November 11 , 2016
Click here to register!!A PDH certificate will be provided to attendees.

Becoming LEED AP – Dayton, Ohio
by USGBC SW Ohio Region

Description

Wondering why people get a LEED AP credential? Have questions about what to study?

The Emerging Professionals Committee of the USGBC Southwest Ohio Section will host a panel of LEED Accredited Professionals (APs) experienced in the A/E industry to discuss their experiences preparing for and taking the LEED Green Associate and LEED AP credentialing exams. The format will be casual, so bring your questions and join the conversation. This “Becoming LEED AP” discussion will cover the following:
  • Why the LEED AP accreditation is important;
  • Process of qualifying for and registering to take the exam;
  • The material covered and difficulty of the exam; and
  • Process for getting ready to take the exam and the resources available to help in the preparation.
After the hour-long panel discussion, the panelists, attendees and the rest of the EP Committee will head over to the Carillon Brewing Company (1000 Carillon Boulevard, Dayton, OH 45409) for a networking happy hour from 6:30-7:30PM. Appetizers will be provided. Cash bar at Carillon.

Date and Time
Mon, November 7, 2016
5:30 PM – 6:30 PM EST
Location
Heapy Engineering
1400 West Dorothy Lane
OH 45409
Wind Engineering and Wind Tunnel Testing of Structures  (1.0 PDH)

Presenter:

Svend Ole Hansen, Ph.D., SOH Wind Engineering, LLC
Education: The Technical University of Denmark, Ph.D. in Wind Engineering, 1978; M.Sc. in Civil and Structural Engineering, 1975.
Background: Since founding Svend Ole Hansen ApS in 1988 in Denmark and SOH Wind engineering in 2011 in Vermont, Svend Ole Hansen has served as a consultant on various wind engineering aspects of cable supported long span bridges and other structures: the George Washington Bridge in New York, the Forth Replacement Crossing in UK, the Messina Bridge in Italy, the Carquinez Bridge in California, the Hardanger Bridge in Norway, new grandstands of the Københavns Idrætspark (Copenhagen Stadium), and The Bella Hotel in Denmark among others. His experience includes theoretical calculations, wind tunnel tests, structural vibrations, wind-induced traffic accidents on bridges and estimation of extreme winds, with specialized knowledge concerning the interpretation of wind tunnel test results and their application in the design of cable supported long span bridges and other structures.
Svend Ole Hansen has served as an expert witness in his field and has been a lecturer in wind engineering at the Technical University of Denmark for more than 10 years. His presentation venues include the Scruton Lecture in 2009 and at the Structural Engineers World Congress in 2007 in India. He was appointed as an external professor at Syddansk University in 2013. SOH has written three books and a number of papers regarding different aspects of wind engineering. In 2010 Svend Ole was appointed Chairman of the European Project Team revising the Eurocodes on snow load, wind actions, and temperature actions. His contributions are included in Eurocodes, the Eurocode on wind actions and Danish codes.

 

When: Tuesday, November 15, 2016, 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Where: 

            TJ Chumps – Fairborn
1100 East Dayton-Yellow Springs Road
Fairborn, OH 45324  


Pricing:

$15 – SEAoO Members
$20 – Guests
FREE* – SEAoO Student Members

      5:30pm – Registration & Cash Bar.
6:15pm – Dinner & Presentation/Discussion
      Please Register 2 days before the meeting.
Earlier reservations are appreciated.
Credit card on-line only, cash or check at door.

Click here to register!

Questions on any Dayton events, please contact Mark Remmetter or Steve Mitchell at:
Dayton@SEAoO.org

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