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TopicsEngineering (10)Public Works (6)Water Law (6)Environmental (5)
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CreditENG (1)ICC (1)AICP (1)AIA (1)
Gain a deeper understanding of both soil reports and soil laboratory reports.Soil is the basis of not only ecological and watershed functions, but also in human development.
ENG credit available
Understanding soil information is critical in making sound land management decisions and resource allocations.Soil has been a focus area of many disciplines including but not limited to: lawyers, geographers,...
AIA, AICP, ENG credit available
Gain a better understanding of how to read and comprehend DOT project plans. Reading and understanding DOT construction plans is clearly critical for anyone involved with transportation projects.
Live Webinar February 28, 2019 1:00pm EST
AIA, AICP, ENG, ICC credit available
Know the impact contaminated soil has on you and your company and how to clean it up.Many property owners, lessees, architects, engineers, developers and contractors encounter contaminated soils on commercial, retail...
Understand the problems caused by contaminated soils and how to develop a protective and cost-effective purchase and redevelopment strategy. Many property owners, lessees, architects, engineers, developers and...
AICP, CLE credit available
Understand erosion control, soil erosion and sediment control and why it's important and regulated.This topic will review the basic understanding of erosion control, soil erosion and sediment control and why it is...
Paved road corridors can be more productive, fit into the landscape, and improve water quality by integrating revegetation into your next project. Paved road corridors account for over 1% of the United States.
Take a closer look at Geotechnical Reports and their practical uses for design consultants. This topic will include an overview of what all should be included in a geotechnical report to help owners and architects...
Earth retaining structures are engineered to retain a soil and/or rock mass adjacent to an area, building or structure, and are commonly used to accommodate changes in grade and provide a right-of-way.
Gain an understanding of construction dewatering and groundwater control.The handling of groundwater is among the most complex of all construction problems.
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