Survey/Construction

Surveying/Construction

AWP – Advanced Workface Planning As Related to the Scaffold Industry – Glenn Young, PE

Virtual/remote workplace environments are becoming an accepted practice within many companies and will continue to evolve in the years ahead. This new workplace reality gives rise to a new issue, “How to align, develop, and advance virtual/remote workplace talent?” The presentation introduces the steps and provides guidance on implementing best practices for Aligning, Developing, and Advancing Virtual/Remote Workplace Talent. Register here

LES Member price: $25
Non-member price: $35

Subsurface Utility Engineering: Recent Developments & Upcoming Changes (2021)– Wilfred Barry, PE, PLS

Virtual/remote workplace environments are becoming an accepted practice within many companies and will continue to evolve in the years ahead. This new workplace reality gives rise to a new issue, “How to align, develop, and advance virtual/remote workplace talent?” The presentation introduces the steps and provides guidance on implementing best practices for Aligning, Developing, and Advancing Virtual/Remote Workplace Talent. Register here

LES Member price: $25
Non-member price: $35

Evaluating Wireless Communications to Enable New Technology Efficiencies – Leo Holzenthal Jr., PE, Joe Brinz, PE, & Brian Lozes, PE

Virtual/remote workplace environments are becoming an accepted practice within many companies and will continue to evolve in the years ahead. This new workplace reality gives rise to a new issue, “How to align, develop, and advance virtual/remote workplace talent?” The presentation introduces the steps and provides guidance on implementing best practices for Aligning, Developing, and Advancing Virtual/Remote Workplace Talent. Register here

LES Member price: $25
Non-member price: $35

Louisiana 811 – Damage Prevention – Cole Vanderlick

Know what’s below. Call or click before you dig. This course will cover the Louisiana dig laws and the importance of 811 before excavation to create a safer environment during projects. Register here

LES Member price: $25
Non-member price: $35

Public Bid Law by Brett Robinson (1 PDH)

This presentation focuses on the basic elements of Louisiana’s public bid law and highlights important interpretations by Courts of Appeals and The Supreme Court. Additionally, it reviews prior opinions issued by the Attorney General’s Office. Register Here

LES Member price: $25
Non-member price: $35

Know What’s Below. Call or Click 811 Before You Dig by Cole Vanderlick (1 PDH)

Call or click 811 a few days before you dig. It’s free, and it’s the law. Utilize 811 to coordinate with underground utilities and facilities to put everyone in a safer position. Register Here

LES Member price: $25
Non-member price: $35

Proper Grounding for Improved Electrical Reliability by Ben Humphries & Bruce Ayres, PE (1 PDH)

Changes in utility company requirements, sensitive electronic components and surge protection devices are critical when electrical installations are evaluated. Register Here

LES Member price: $25
Non-member price: $35

Subsurface Utility Engineering: Recent Developments & Upcoming Changes (2022) by Wilfred Barry, PE, PLS (1 PDH)

Contractors and highway designers often find it difficult to obtain reliable underground utility information prior to the design and construction phases of development. What ends up happening can lead to costly setbacks, such as design deviations, damage to existing utilities, etc. Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE) is an effective and non-destructive service SJB Group offers to provide accurate locating and mapping of underground utilities. SUE service reveals potential conflicts and leads to more informed design and construction decisions, saving the client time and money. Register Here

LES Member price: $25
Non-member price: $35

National Bridge Inspection Program: Bridge Scour Monitoring by Lillie Carpenter, PE (1 PDH)

Bridge scour monitoring is part of the National Bridge Inspection Program (NBIS) used to prevent bridge failures. Previously, scour has been minimized as a cause of bridge failures as engineers focus on other aspects of bridge design such as the structure and load capacity of bridges.  Evaluating the causes for bridge failures has revealed that scour is another important component of bridge design and monitoring that should be considered.  This presentation on bridge scour monitoring will highlight the impact of scour on bridges, the importance of compliance with NBIS for public safety and federal funding. Register Here

LES Member price: $25
Non-member price: $35