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


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
Heapy Engineering
1400 West Dorothy Lane
OH 45409
Wind Engineering and Wind Tunnel Testing of Structures  (1.0 PDH)


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


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


$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:
The University of Dayton ASCE student chapter will be hosting the annual Buffalo Wild Wings Social next week, Thursday November 10th.

The event will be held from 6-8 P.M. at BWWs on Brown Street.

Stop by for free wings and fun times with your fellow charismatic, outgoing engineering students.  This is also a great opportunity to chat with Civil Engineering professionals and faculty outside of the classroom.

This event is open to everyone who has paid their dues ($10) and to all CEE freshmen.
University of Dayton ETHOS scholarship recipients share their service experiences through presentations highlighting the work of the program.
Megan Timmerman
Ivan Rodriguez

Molly Boyajian

Presentation and Lunch Location:
Virginia Kettering Dining
University of Dayton
300 College Park

Dayton, Ohio 45469

Lunch to be provided.
Cost: $20/person (non-members), $15/person (members) or $10/students with RSVP
RSVP by 5:00pm on Friday, October 14, 2016
A PDH certificate will be provided to attendees.

Registration link: http://conta.cc/2dygQUi

Thursday November 3, 2016
Fall Seminar


The Dayton Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers is hosting its Spring Seminar at Montgomery County Water Services 1850 Spaulding Road on Thursday, November 3, 2016.

Highlights of this year’s seminar include issues related to Stormwater Quality Management, Autonomous Vehicle Use and Threats to Drinking Water Supply.

8:00-8:30 Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:30-9:30 Emerging Stormwater Issues, Kelly Kuhbander, P.E., Strand Associates Inc.
9:45-10:45 Connected & Autonomous Vehicles, Ben Pierce, P.E., HDR Inc.
11:00-12:00 Threats to Drinking Water Quality, Dr. Regan Murray, US EPA
12:00-12:15 Wrap-up and Evaluation

12:15 Lunch

Three Engineering Professional Development Hours will be earned by attending this seminar.


Who Should Attend:  Construction inspectors, project managers & engineers, supervisors, and anyone interested in learning more about professional issues in civil engineering.

Fee Schedule: 
Early Registration …………… $75.00 member …………. $85.00 non-member – By October 23, 2016
Registration ……………….. $90.00 member ……………. $100 non-member – After October 23, 2016
At the Door ……………… $100.00 member ……………. $110 non-member
Registration will be open through October 31, 2016.
Registration includes learning sessions, continental breakfast, buffet lunch, breaks, and handouts.
Please make checks payable to Dayton Section – ASCE.
Note that registrations are no longer being processed by mail.  Attendees are asked to register via Constant Contact.
Government Agencies: If using a purchase order, please email a copy of the purchase order to ascedayton@gmail.com after registering for the event.  Purchase order payments can be brought to the seminar or mailed to: The American Society of Civil Engineers – Dayton Section; 300 College Park; Dayton, Ohio 45469-0243


Click Here for Brochure



Cliff Lovin Scholarship

Woolpert is pleased to announce that they have established the Cliff Lovin Scholarship for geography or engineering students attending school in the State of Ohio. The intent of the scholarship is to support the geospatial industry by helping students interested in careers related to the field.

The scholarship will be awarded to an undergraduate student with a major in geography or engineering who is currently enrolled at a university located in Ohio. The scholarship will be paid directly to the student’s university. Applications and an official transcript should be submitted by September 1st , 2016; evaluation will be made by the Cliff Lovin Scholarship Committee.  The recipient will be announced during the 2016 Ohio GIS Conference, September 28-30 in Columbus, Ohio.

Cliff Lovin Scholarship Information

Cliff Lovin Scholarship Application


When: Thursday September 15, 2016 from 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM EDT

Where:Montgomery County Administration Building, 10th Fl
451 West Third Street
Dayton, OH 45422


Speaker: Scott LeBlanc, Area Engineer ODOT
The project reconstructed I-75 between Fifth St. and Riverview Ave and replaced the various left-side and right-side ramps with a single, centrally-located interchange for downtown Dayton. Project started in 2012 and will be completed a year early, September 2016.  Highlight the specific challenges and successes of the final phase of the I-75 Modernization Project through downtown Dayton. Project included a No Excuses incentive of $3 million for 1 year early completion. Included a VECP of 9 structures that affected 60% of the contract value.
While eating lunch, Scott LeBlanc will give a presentation about the project including the successes and challenges, and then we will head to the field to visit the site and see the project completed up close.
Lunch: Box Lunch
Cost: $20/person (non-members), $15/person (members) or $10/students with RSVP
RSVP by 5:00pm on Friday, September 9 , 2016RSVP Here!!

A PDH certificate will be provided to attendees.


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