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Exhibit your products or services and network with engineers, architects, construction professionals, faculty and students by joining Florida Atlantic University, the Florida Concrete & Products Association and sponsoring organizations to highlight the building and design industry.
April 9, 2015
10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
FAU Stadium Acura Room, 777 Glades Road, Boca Raton, FL 33431
Map & Directions
9:00 am Exhibitor Setup
10:30 am Registration/Exhibitors
10:45 am Opening Remarks
11:00 am Session 1: Designing Pervious Concrete as a Stormwater Management Facility
11:50 am Lunch Break
12:00 pm Lunch Session: How to Do Business and Work with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
1:10 pm Session 2: Improving Concrete Durability by Addressing Moisture Intrusion
2:00 pm Break/Exhibit Hall
2:15 pm Session 3: The Advantages of Reinforced Concrete Pipe
Architects, Engineers and Contractors will receive three (3) continuing education credits (LU’s, CEU’s, PDH’s) if they attend all three (3) sessions.
If you have questions about the event contact Digna Mejia (561-297-2042 or email@example.com).
Everyone at the ASCE@FAU would like to thank our new Gold Level Sponsor Layne Heavy Civil Inc. for their support. Here is more information about our new sponsor.
Layne Heavy Civil, Inc., (Layne) is a subsidiary of the publicly traded company Layne Christensen Company (NASDAQ:LAYN). Layne Christensen is a global water management, construction and drilling company providing responsible solutions for water, mineral and energy challenges. Layne is recognized today as one of the nation’s leading water resource contractors, offering innovative project design and construction.
Layne is an industry leader in water supply, pipeline and treatment plant construction. Typically ranking near the top in the Engineering News-Record (ENR) rankings, Layne has constructed more than 200 treatment plants and installed over 7.5 million feet of pipeline.
Layne delivers specialized construction solutions for the responsible management of water in just about any industry or environment by overseeing the design and construction of water and wastewater treatment plants and pipeline installation. In addition, Layne builds radial collector wells (Ranney Method), surface water intakes, pumping stations, hard rock tunnels and offers marine construction services – all in support of the world’s water infrastructure. Beyond water solutions, Layne also designs and constructs biogas facilities (anaerobic digesters) for the purpose of generating and capturing methane gas, an emerging renewable energy resource.
Layne strives to be a unique sustainable solutions provider to the world of essential natural resources – water, mineral and energy. Our purpose is to enhance the lives of people by providing and protecting these resources. Layne operates upon a philosophy of responsible growth that guides us in consistently doing the right thing for our people, the environment, our company and the clients we serve every day. We strive to leave the individuals and places we touch better off for their interaction with us, and our culture is embodied in our unwavering commitment to the four core values that define us: Safety, Sustainability, Integrity and Excellence.
While our services are impeccable, it is our solutions that make us truly remarkable.
Please join us on Thursday October 23 from 4-8 pm on the FAU campus in the Florida Atlantic University Theatrer for Ananth Prasad, P.E., the Secretary of the Florida Department of Transportation. The event is free for students, the cost for professonals is $15. Please follow this link to register.
This event is proudly sponsored by:
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Are you prepared for the Fundamentals of Engineering exam? The ASCE@FAU is here to help. This fall we are offering a review course covering major civil engineering topics. Hydraulics, Hydrology, Transportation, Structural Design, Surveying, Environmental, Materials, Geo-tech, Statics, Structural analysis, Construction Management, Economics, Ethics, Water treatment, and Fluid Mechanics. More information and sign-up can be found on our FE review webpage( http://www.asce.fau.edu/fe-review-course/).
The ASCE@FAU will be holding its first meeting on September 9 and 10 at noon in Building IS room 117. There will be free food and an introduction to the activities for the year. Currently the Concrete canoe team is being formed along with the steel bridge team. Please join the ASCE for all the fun and get involved.
This years concrete canoe team will be headed by Natan DeLeon. Every year members of the ASCE@FAU build a concrete canoe to race at the annual Southeastern Student conference. This project lets students learn about concrete design, hydraulics, team building, scheduling and may other critical engineering skills. No experience is need, just the desire to have fun and be part of a team. Last year the team’s canoe finished 14 out of 30 teams this year we are shooting for a top 10 finish. The first meeting for the concrete canoe team will be held Wednesday 7/30/2014 at from 6 to 7:30 in IS 117, for more information please contact Natan at Ndeleon2@fau.edu.
The ASCE@FAU first fall function is the Broward Chapter Bowl-a-thon. This is a event where student members volunteer at the event and get to know working professionals in a fun and social event. The event will be held Saturday August 23 2014, at Sawgrass Lanes in Tamarac. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to attend. Hope to see you all there.
The ASCE@FAU is proud to present this years fund raiser, Engineering Notebook Paper. We are selling it for $8 for 200 sheets, that is 100 more sheets than the bookstore for the same price. Stop by the ASCE office in Building 36, second floor, across from the elevator to pick up your paper today.
The Concrete Canoe team has started the canoe mold, but there is still time to join in the fun. The next meeting will be on December 30, 2013 at 1 pm in the materials lab.
The ASCE@FAU hosted a BBQ at Spanish River Park on A1A this Saturday 9/14. Students soaked up the sun, played volleyball and chowed down on hamburgers and hot dogs.
On Friday 9/13/2013 the concrete canoe team welcomed several new members. The project for the week was to build a frame to tension the cable supports while the small scale canoe is being poured. The rules for the 2014 competition have been released and the meeting on Friday 9/20 at 1 pm. in the materials lab (building 36 room 152) will focus on reviewing the rules.