NASTT Past Events

Tue, 02/26/2019

When

Tuesday, February 26, 2019 from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM PST
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Where

Bridgeport Room, Radisson Hotel Vancouver Airport 
8181 Cambie Road
Richmond, BC V6X 3X9
  

 
Driving Directions  

Contact

Charlotte Wong 
NASTT-BC 
604-767-1673 
charlottenapwong@gmail.com 
 

 NASTT Horizontal Directional Drilling Good Practices  Course

Course Details:

NASTT is pleased to co-sponsor its HDD Good Practices Guidelines Course with NASTT -BC Chapter on February 26, 2019  from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm at the Raddison Hotel Vancouver Airport in Richmond, BC.

NASTT's Mission: Quality Education and Training Programs:

It is NASTT’s mission to advance trenchless technology and to promote its benefits for the public and the environment by offering quality educational training programs on various trenchless methods. NASTT will deliver a comprehensive, consensus-based course outline that is non-commercial and academically oriented. NASTT instructors are experts and respected leaders in their fields of expertise.

* Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are offered for attendee participation.

Course Objectives:

The HDD Good Practices Guidelines course provides an in-depth overview of Horizontal Directional Drilling (HDD) and covers six topics: (1) operation and application; (2) equipment and materials; (3) planning, including surface and geological investigations, utility surveys, bore planning, and regulations and permitting; (4) jobsite safety; (5) risk reduction, trouble shooting and mitigation; and (6) design.

 NASTT Course Instructors:

Matthew Wallin is a Partner and Senior Project Manager with Bennett Trenchless Engineers located in Folsom, California. Matthew holds both Bachelor's and Master’s degrees in Civil Engineering from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. Matthew has focused his practice on geotechnical engineering and the design and construction management of new pipeline projects using horizontal directional drilling, microtunneling, open-shield pipe jacking, pipe ramming, and auger boring.

Dr.Jason Lueke, P.Eng. has nearly 20 years of experience in consulting, construction, education, and research focusing specifically on trenchless engineering and construction. Prior to rejoining Associated Engineering in 2012, he served three and a half years as an Assistant Professor and Senior Sustainability Scientist in the Del E. Webb School of Construction at Arizona State University teaching soil mechanics and researching trenchless methods, infrastructure utility design, and buried infrastructure management. Jason has participated as an engineer or contractor on a variety of trenchless projects involving pipe bursting, horizontal directional drilling, cured in place pipe relining, auger boring, pipe ramming, and tunneling.

Course Fees:

Price per applicant is $500.00 CAD. Registration link below.

NASTT’S HDD Good Practices Course Agenda

7:45am          Breakfast

8:00am           Opening Remarks & Introductions

8:15am           Course Overview & Background

8:30am                HDD Application & Processes

-Cable and pipe installations for electric, fiber optic, CTV, gas, water, sewer (including gravity)

-Diameters from 2 to 65 in. (steel, HDPE, PVC, DIP)

-Lengths over 10,000 ft. +, but less than 1,000 ft. more common

-Installation beneath streets, rivers, bays, other obstacles, through soft soils to hard rock

-Plot bore, including bore tracking

-Reaming

-Pullback of product

-Connections, demobilization and cleanup/site restoration

9:30am                HDD Equipment and Materials

-Types of rigs (small, medium, large)

-Thrust/Pullback and rotational torque characteristics

-Introduction to various models of rigs

10:15am                 Break

10:30am                 HDD Tooling

-Machine Performance, Capabilities, and Application Guidelines

-Drill Pipe

-Drill Bits and Downhole Tools

-Product Pipe

-Cable/Pipe Pulling Devices/Swivels

-Drilling Fluid Delivery, Recovery, and Containment Systems

-Drilling Fluid and Additives

11:15am              Bore Tracking & Equipment

11:45am              Lunch

1:00pm                HDD Design

-Surface Investigation

-Utility Survey

-Geotechnical Site Investigations

-Permits and Requirements

-Construction Method Selection

-Impact to Residents, Business, and Traffic

-Constrained Work Areas- Rig Relocation

-Design Analysis and Calculations

-Contact Grouting

-Conductor Casings

-Plans and Specifications

-Safety Plan

2:45pm                Break

3:00pm                Overview of Drilling Fluids

-Mixing Systems

-Holding Tanks

-Cleaning Systems

-Equipment for Containment, Collection, and Disposal

-General Drilling Fluid Functions and Properties

-Circulation

-Annular Volume

-Lost Circulation

-Drillling Fluid Pump Efficiency

-Drilling and Reaming Penetration Rates

-Field Tests for Drilling Fluid & Slurry Analysis

4:00pm    Bore Planning

-Locates

-Site Walkover & Calibration of Transmitter/Receiver

-Bore Planning Tools

-Selection of Appropriate Equipment and Tooling

-Site Geometry, Topography, and Constraints

-Schedule Constraints (Project Completion, Work Hr)

-Drilling Fluid Support System

4:30pm                In-class Evaluation

5:00pm                Course Adjourns


* Breakfast and Lunch provided!

Tue, 02/26/2019

When

Tuesday, February 26, 2019 from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM PST
Add to Calendar 

Where

Cambie Room, Radisson Hotel Vancouver Airport 
8181 Cambie Road
Richmond, BC V6X 3X9
  

 
Driving Directions  

Contact

Charlotte Wong 
NASTT-BC 
604-767-1673 
charlottenapwong@gmail.com 

NASTT Cured-In-Place Pipe (CIPP) Good Practices  Course

Course Details:

NASTT is pleased to co-sponsor its CIPP  course with NASTT- BC Chapter on February 26, 2019 from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm at the Raddison Hotel Vancouver Airport in Richmond, BC.

NASTT's Mission: Quality Education and Training Programs:

It is NASTT’s mission to advance trenchless technology and to promote its benefits for the public and the environment by offering quality educational training programs on various trenchless methods. Our instructors are experts and respected leaders in their fields of expertise. NASTT will deliver a comprehensive, consensus-based course outline that is non-commercial and academically oriented. NASTT intstructors are experts and respected leaders in their field of expertise. 

*Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are offered for attendee participation.

Course Objectives:

Cured-In-Place Pipe (CIPP) technology is an effective trenchless pipeline rehabilitation method that may help address many of your city’s water wastewater problems. CIPP is one of the most widely used and accepted pipeline rehabilitation methods. It significantly reduces infiltration and ex-filtration. CIPP is cost effective and increases flow capacity. And because it is trenchless, traffic congestion and site disruption are significantly reduced.

NASTT Course Instructors:

Chris Macey is the Senior Technical Director, Water Infrastructure Management for AECOM and their global Technical Practice Network leader for the Condition Assessment and Rehabilitation of Linear Infrastructure. Chris has worked on the application of trenchless and minimum excavation technologies to rehabilitate underground infrastructure in cities across North America for over 30 years. Chris has had hands-on experience in the application of CIPP technology for over 25 years. 

Kaleel Rahaim is a graduate Chemical Engineer from Mississippi State University. He has experience in many different aspects of Engineering such as project and process engineering and has been involved in the thermoset polymer industry for over 30 years. He recently retired from being the Business Manager, Pipeline Remediation Polymers for the Thermoset Resins Division of Interplastic Corporation.

Course Fees:

Price per applicant is $500.00 CAD. Registration link below.


NASTT’s CIPP Good Practices Course Agenda:

7:45am      Breakfast

8:00am     Opening Remarks & Part 1 – Introduction

9:00am     Part 2 – Design & Construction of CIPP

-Description, history & methods 

10:00am   Break

10:15am   Part 3 – CIPP Application Range in Trenchless Technologies

-Types of pipelines used in CIPP process

 -Practical size, shape & length limitations

 -Types of CIPP materials

- Basics of how CIPP interacts with other materials

-Typical problems that can be addressed using CIPP

 -Practical advice on where, when and how to apply CIPP liners

11:15am  Part 4 – CIPP Testing

-Liner properties for liner design

-Liner compatibility with waste stream 

-Design requirements

12:00pm   Lunch

1:00pm     Part 5 – Design Considerations for Gravity Pipelines

-Wall thickness for a CIPP liner

 -Existing pipeline problems

 -Problem(s) in the liner’s design

1:45pm     Part 6 – Key Notes for a Successful Project

 -Selection of right materials & process

-Design by an experienced, registered engineer

 -Clear & detailed well-written tender & contract specifications

 - Field quality control & quality assurance program

2:45pm    Break

3:00pm    Part 7 – Inspection & QA/QC

-Compliance with by-laws & safety regulations

-Contract specifications

 -Documentation

 -Protection of owner’s interests

 -Public relactions

4:00pm   Q&A Period, Closing Remarks & Course Evaluations

4:30pm    Course Adjourned

* Breakfast and Lunch are provided!

 

 

Mon, 09/25/2017

2017 Trenchless Technology Road Show

September 25-27, 2017

Richmond, BC

 

Join us for the 2017 Trenchless Technology Road Show at the Sheraton Vancouver Airport Hotel this September. This September, industry experts will join together for Canada's largest trenchless event. Learn about the latest trenchless technology and techniques on how to save millions on infrastructure renewal. Earn CEUs, network with leaders and experts, visit an exhibit hall full of trenchless products, services, & live product demonstrations and more. This is cost-effective training you can use the minute you get back to the office! Seating is limited. Learn more and register today. http://www.trenchlessroadshow.ca/

Wed, 06/14/2017

            NORTH AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TRENCHLESS TECHNOLOGY - BC CHAPTER 

Vancouver Island Workshops 2017 

 

June 14 Victoria : Comfort Inn, 3020 Blanshard St, Victoria, BC 

 

June 15 Parksville : Quality Inn, 240 Dogwood St, Parksville, BC 

 

 * CEUs available

* breakfast and lunch provided

 

Assessment and Trenchless Rehabilitation of Culverts 

 

 

THE ISSUECulvert collapses and blockages have recently hit the news headlines and graphically demonstrate how major property damage, traffic diversions and general inconvenience to the public occur when culverts fail to function. 

 

 

OBJECTIVEThis workshop will cover culvert management principles that would benefit public sector organizations including municipalities, cities and highway authorities. The workshop is presented by a number of experienced practitioners both from the consulting and construction spheres of industry. 

 

The workshops are organized into the following three themes: 

 

· Condition Assessment: The first part of the workshop will guide attendees through the various stages of culvert assessment: data collection, inspection procedures, data storage, and data evaluation. 

 

· Design Principles: The second part of the workshop will focus on the fundamental design principles of flexible pipe and hydraulic considerations for culverts. Trenchless rehabilitation techniques suitable for culvert rehabilitation will be presented. 

 

· Case Studies: The workshop will also include rehabilitation case studies covering the culvert management principles profiled in the initial portion of this workshop.  

 

Agenda 

                                                       

8:00-8:45am    Topic: 1. Continental Breakfast and Introduction: Culvert Failure Modes 

                         Speaker: David O'Sullivan [President, PW Trenchless]                                                

                          Description:  Discussion on culvert types, purpose, and failure modes 


8:45-9:45am    Topic: 2. Inspection &  Assessment Protocols for Drainage Culverts                           

                         Speaker: Marek Pawlowski, AScT, Eng.L. [Principal, MJP& Associates]                       

                         Description: Overview of various inspection and assessment procedures;GIS; data                            storage


9:45-10:15am  Topic: 3. Underwater Survey Technologies                                                                  

                         Speaker: Michael Blackshaw [Principal and General Manager, AquaCoustic Remote                          Technologies Inc.]                                                                                                             Description: Overview of investigation techniques for submerged culvert conditions                            and precision 3D spatial measurement 


10:15-10:30am  Coffee Break


10:30- Noon     Topic: 4. Culvert Design Considerations                                                                      

   Speaker: Phil Carroll, P.Eng. [Senior Region Engineer, Western Canada, Atlantic                                 Industries Ltd.]                                                                                           Description: Flexible culvert design Hydraulic design for culverts 


Noon - 1:00pm  Lunch Break


1:00-1:30pm     Topic: 5. Soil Stabilization and Void Filling

                          Speaker: Casey Moroschan [General Manager, Poly-Mor Canada Inc]   Description: Use of Polyurethane grouts for soil stabilization and void filling around                           culverts


1:30-2:05pm     Topic: 6. Structural Rehabilitation of Circular & Non-circular Structures

                          Speaker: Andy Sherwin [Technical Sales Manager, North America,Channeline                                      International]                                                                                                                                         Description: Glass reinforced plastic (GRP) structural lining systems


2:05-2:20pm      Coffee Break


2:20-3:00pm      Topic:  7. B.C. Case Study - Contractor's Perspective  

                           Speaker: David O'Sullivan [President, PW Trenchless]  

                           Description: Pennask Summit; Hwy 99 failure; North Vancouver and Victoria                                      culvert rehabilitation programs


3:00-3:45pm      Topic: 8. B.C. Case Studies- Putting it all together  

                           Speaker: Jesse Doolin BSc - M.J.P. & Associates   

                           Description: Practical application of typical municipal culvert management                                          programs; field data collection challenges


3:45-4:00pm      Topic: 9. Recap and Closing  

                           Speaker: Marek Pawlowski, AScT, Eng.L. [Principal, MJ Pawlowski & Associates]                                Description: Questions, discussions 

 

 

Workshop Facilitator: Marek J. Pawlowski, AScT, Eng.L., 

MJ Pawlowski and Associates 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tue, 06/14/2016

Course Details:

NASTT is pleased to co-sponsor its Pipe Bursting Good Practices Course with the NASTT-BC Chapter on June 14, 2016 at the:

Vernon Atrium Hotel & Conference Centre

3914 - 32nd Street
Vernon, BC V1T 5P1 

in Vernon, British Columbia

 

and on June 16, 2016 at the:

 

Comfort Inn & Suites Conference Centre

3020 Blanshard Street
Victoria, BC V8T 5C7 
 in Victoria, British Columbia.

 

NASTT’s Mission - Quality Education & Training Programs:

Our mission is to advance trenchless technology and to promote its benefits for the public and the environment by offering quality education and training programs on various trenchless methods. NASTT will deliver you a comprehensive, consensus-based course outline that is non-commercial and academically oriented. Our instructors are experts and respected leaders in their fields of expertise. Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are offered for attendees’ participation.

 

Course Objective:

The NASTT Pipe Bursting Good Practices Course provides an overview of pipe bursting and covers four topic areas: (1) the types, methods and application of pipe bursting; (2) planning and preliminary design of a pipe bursting job; (3) design and construction considerations; and (4) troubleshooting and problem solving.

 

NASTT Course Instructors:

 

Dr. Alan Atalah is an Associate Professor who teaches construction management at Bowling Green State University. He has been involved in water and wastewater projects for more than 30 years, 20 years of which were in trenchless technology construction. Dr. Atalah earned Doctor of Engineering, Master of Science in Civil Engineering and Master of Business Administration degrees from Louisiana Tech University in Ruston, Louisiana. He has made hundreds of trenchless technology and construction management presentations in many national conferences and seminars.

Dr. David Bennett, P.E. is a registered professional engineer and principal of Bennett Trenchless Engineers, a top 50 trenchless consulting firm, serving clients nationwide. David earned BS and MCE degrees in civil engineering from Mississippi State University before earning his Ph.D. in Geo-technical Engineering at the University of Illinois. He has authored or co-authored over 50 publications in the areas of trenchless technology and geo-technical engineering, including the HDD Good Practices Guidelines and the Pipe Bursting Good Practices Guidelines. He is active in the American Society of Civil Engineers, the GeoInstitute and the North American Society for Trenchless Technology (NASTT), serving on several technical and conference committees.

Course Fees

Price per applicant is $500.00CAD. A reduced fee of $450.00CAD will be charged to those who apply on or before Friday, May 13th, 2016. Registration links below.

 

NASTT’s Pipe Bursting Good Practices Course Agenda

 

8:15 AM Opening Remarks & Introductions

 

8:25 AM Module 1 – Introduction and Background

• Pipe Bursting Techniques

• Application Areas

• Pipe Considerations

• Risks and Potential Problems

 

9:45 AM Break

 

10:00 AM Module 2: Part 1 – Planning and Design

• Site Investigations

• Factors that Impact Design

• Risk Evalulation

 

11:15 AM Lunch

 

12:15 PM Module 2: Part 2 – Planning and Design

• Design Calculations

• Drawings and Specifications

 

1:30 PM Break

 

1:45 PM Module 3 - Construction

• Submittals

• Construction Sequence

 

3:30 PM Module 4 – Troubleshooting and Mitigation

 

4:00 PM Q&A Period, Course Evaluations and Wrap-up

 

4:30 PM Course Adjourns

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Register for June 16th, 2016 Event in Victoria, BC

 

Thu, 02/12/2015

 

 

The British Columbia Chapter of the North American Society (NASTT-BC) is joining forces with NASTT (the national organization) to sponsor a special one-day Lateral Lining Good Practices Course, Thursday, Feb 12th, 2015, at Eaglequest Golf at Coyote Creek in Surrey, British Columbia.     

Description: Millions of sewer laterals – the portion of sewer networks that connect individual properties to the public sewer network – exist throughout the United States and Canada. Many laterals have not been maintained and as a result, allow a significant amount of inflow and infiltration (I/I) into sewer systems, which can lead to sanitary sewer overflows, increased costs and damage. Consequently, there is a compelling need to solve I/I problems of sewer laterals.

Course Objective: This course offers a clear understanding of the problems and relevant issues unique to the private lateral portion of the collection system network, explains available options for inspection, evaluation and repair of sewer laterals and address the financial and legal issues that affect the means by which necessary work can be accomplished.

NEW Course Material! The course material has been recently updated to include new technology developments and utility experience in terms of managing the legal and financial issues associated with private lateral sewer programs. Information on the actual savings in I/I reduction being realized through lateral rehabilitation programs will also be presented.

Course Topics: The sewer laterals course covers the following topics: (1) an introductory overview of what sewer laterals are and why they present an important problem; (2) methods of locating and inspecting of laterals, (3) condition assessment and decision-making regarding necessary repairs, options for trenchless rehabilitation or replacement of laterals; (3) bid documents; (4) legal and financial issues. Most attention is given to a detailed description of rehabilitation methods, review of relevant issues (before, during or after construction) and experience gained in case studies.

Course Instructors:

Dr. John Matthews has 10 years of experience in construction and research focusing specifically on rehabilitation and inspection of water and wastewater infrastructure systems.  He has served as the Water Infrastructure Management Lead at Battelle for four years leading on many water infrastructure rehabilitation and inspection projects for organizations such as the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA), Water Environment Research Foundation (WERF), Water Research Foundation (WaterRF), and the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD). Prior to joining Battelle, he served six years as a Research Associate at Louisiana Tech University’s Trenchless Technology Center (TTC) where he led the development of multiple automated decision support systems (DSS) for technology selection for three leading industry associations: National Utility Contractors Association (NUCA), National Association of Sewer Service Companies (NASSCO), and WERF.  John has served as a field inspector on numerous pipeline and manhole rehabilitation and replacement construction projects for water and wastewater utilities.

Dr. Jason Lueke, P.Eng. has over 15 years of experience in consulting, construction, education, and research focusing specifically on trenchless engineering and construction. Prior to rejoining Associated Engineering in 2012, he served three and a half years as an Assistant Professor and Senior Sustainability Scientist in the Del E. Webb School of Construction at Arizona State University teaching soil mechanics and researching trenchless methods, infrastructure utility design, and buried infrastructure management. During his first tenure with Associated Engineering he was an Infrastructure Engineer and Trenchless Discipline Lead in their Edmonton office. In that role he coordinated, designed, and managed various trenchless projects; performed construction feasibility assessments and facilitated value engineering workshops; performed conceptual design studies; conducted preliminary and detailed designs; and supported AE’s other offices with various trenchless specific projects. Jason has participated as an engineer or contractor on a variety of trenchless projects involving pipe bursting, horizontal directional drilling, cured in place pipe relining, auger boring, pipe ramming, and tunnelling.

Continuing Education Units (CEUs): Earn valuable CEUs for your attendance and participation. (One CEU = 10 Professional Development Hours). By attending this course, you will earn 0.7 CEUs and receive a certificate issued by Louisiana Tech University.

Course Fee: $500 CAD. A reduced rate of $450 CAD will be offered to those who register on or before Jan. 15th, 2015. All registries who are not current members will receive a free, 6-month membership to NASTT (the national organization).

NASTT’s Laterals Lining Good Practices Course Agenda

7:45 AM          Check-in & Continental Breakfast

8:30 AM          Welcome Remarks & Introductions

8:50 AM          Locating, Inspecting & Condition Assessment

10:00 AM        Break

10:15 AM        Planning & Management / Legal Issues

11:45 AM        Lunch

12:30 PM         Rehabilitation Technologies I

  •  CIP relining systems

2:00 PM     Financing Issues/Monitoring Rehabilitation Effectiveness 

2:45 PM     Break

3:00 PM     Rehabilitation Technologies II

  •  Lateral pipe bursting,  robotic repairs, chemical grouting, flood grouting 

4:30 PM     Q &A Session, Course Evaluations & Wrap-up

5:00 PM     Course Adjourned

Agenda is subject to change. 

Register Here

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tue, 11/17/2015

Register now for the Trenchless Technology Road Show set to take place on November, 17-19, 2015 in Richmond, BC! NASTT-BC is joining forces with the Centre for Advancement of Trenchless Technologies (CATT), and Benjamin Media to present a three day road show, including technical presentations and a wide variety of exhibits. Join us and discover the latest advances in trenchless technology.

REGISTRATION NOW TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF EARLY-BIRD RATES!

A VARIETY OF SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE TO FIT YOUR BUDGET!

Follow this event at: http://trenchlessroadshow.ca/ 


Wed, 10/08/2014

 

North American Society for Trenchless Technology – British Columbia Chapter #210 - 889 Harbourside Drive North Vancouver, BC V7P 3S1 www.nastt-bc.org

Sub-surface Utility Engineering (SUE): Knowing Before You Dig

 

What exactly is SUE?

Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE), as defined in CI/ASCE 38-02, is a branch of engineering practice that involves managing certain risks associated with utility mapping at appropriate quality levels, utility coordination, utility relocation design and coordination, utility condition assessment, communication of utility data to concerned parties, utility relocation cost estimates, implementation of utility accommodation policies, and utility design.

This seminar is a MUST ATTEND for all those who deal with utilities during the course of their projects. Learn how to properly manage the risks associated with utilities at the design stage of your project and throughout the process of construction.

A Daylong Seminar in Surrey, BC

DATE: Wednesday, October 8th, 2014

LOCATION: Eaglequest Golf at Coyote Creek

7778 152 Street

Surrey, BC V3S 3M4

COST: $150 (Continental breakfast and full lunch included)

Agenda:

8:30am - 9:00am Registration and Continental Breakfast

9:00am Welcome: David O’Sullivan (Chair, NASTT-BC)

9:15am - 10:00am The Importance of SUE, and How to Gather Required Information to Allow the Design of New Uilities: Ophir Wainer, representing T2 Utility Engineers

10:00am -10:15am Break

10:15am -10:45am Mapping Subsurface Utilities with Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR): Terry Wong, Senior Project Manager, Canadian Subsurface Investigations, Inc.

10.45am-11.15am Electro Magnetic Locating Systems: Brian Kidwell, Sales and Training Specialist, EECOL Electric

11.15am-11.45am Other Locating Methods/Equipment: Ophir Wainer

11:45am – 12.30pm Trade Show / Lunch

12.30pm- 1.15pm Call Before You Dig: Darlene Dyson, Operations Manager, BC One Call

1:15pm – 2:15pm Due Diligence around High Risk Pipelines: Andrew Mark, Manager Damage Prevention and Public Awareness, Kinder Morgan

2:15pm -2:45pm Vacuum Excavation: Trace Hobson

2:45pm - 3:30pm A Ground Disturbance Checklist: Harry Dickinson, project Coordinator Kamloops Augering & Boring

3.30 Closing Remarks: David O’Sullivan

 

Presenters:

Harry Dickinson has worked in heavy civil construction for 17 years. His first six years were spent in the engineering consulting industry in work ranging from project management and civil design to materials testing and inspection. For the past 11 years, Harry has worked exclusively in the trenchless technology sector. He is a registered Applied Science Technologist with ASTTBC. His education and work experience makes him a key member of the Project Management Team at Kamloops Augering & Boring where he is involved with all facets of day to day operations.

  

Darlene Dyson has been with BC One Call since its inception in January 1994 starting as a CSR and progressing to her current position as Operations Manager in May 1999. She has been involved in BC One Call training and operations in Oregon, Idaho, Alaska, New Mexico, British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Ontario. She currently sits as the Operations Manager on the BC One Call Board of Directors, as a board member representing BC One Call for the BC Common Ground Alliance and as the BC One Call Representative on the Board of the Canadian One Call Association  

Trace Hobson is the director of operations for Badger Daylighting in southern BC. He has worked in the oil, gas and utility industry for the last ten years in operations, logistics, engineered project delivery and general management.Trace has developed regional best practices in project management, risk management, and operational process in BC, Yukon, and Alberta as they relate to industrial projects for companies such as Yukon Zinc, North American Tungsten, Alexeco, Kearl Lake, Syncrude, Suncor, PTI, etc. His experience includes projects in harsh climates and settings.

 

Brian Kidwell is a sales & training specialist with EECOL Electric and is a course instructor with the E.O.C.P. Certification Program Society. He is a member of the British Columbia Water & Waste Water Association (B.C.W.W.A), Public Works Alliance (P.W.A.), Municipal Services Association (M.S.A.), the B.C. Common Ground Alliance, and a participant & speaker at DigSafe B.C! Brian was instrumental in developing the "Utility Gradesperson" certification program with the B.C. Roadbuilders & Heavy Construction Association. He contributes to many safety organizations including: B.C.C.G.A., B.C. Municipal Safety Assoc., B.C. Construction Safety Network, and WorkSafe BC.

  

Andrew Mark, Manager of Damage Prevention and Public Awareness, has been with Kinder Morgan Canada since 2011. He came to Kinder Morgan Canada as the Western Region Supervisor of Pipeline Protection after working in the damage prevention field for over 18 years across Alberta and British Columbia. Andrew currently leads all aspects of the company’s damage prevention program designed to ensure pipeline safety and to educate landowners, neighbours and contractors about safe digging practices. Andrew is the chair of the British Columbia Common Ground Alliance Best Practices Committee.

  

David O’Sullivan is the President of PW Trenchless Construction Inc. which specializes in pipe bursting, slip lining, and directional drilling. David earned his engineering degree in Ireland before immigrating to Canada in 1978. He has been involved in the trenchless construction industry since 1990, working first as a consultant for seven years before becoming a general contractor. In the last six years, he has become a major proponent of the use of trenchless technology as a way of lowering ones carbon footprint during the construction process.

  

Ophir Wainer is a professional with over 20 years of work experience in project management, locating-designating, and Subsurface Utility Engineering. He is presently employed as Business Development Manager of T2 Utility Engineers Inc. He is experienced in the management of large projects with a variety of government and private sector clients throughout Canada. Mr. Wainer is an experienced speaker on both Subsurface Utility Engineering and Damage Prevention, and has presented at a variety of conferences and training seminars. He utilizes his leadership skills and extensive experience in key roles in several key industry groups including the ORCGA.

  

Terry Wong, M.Sc. Senior Project Manager at Canadian Subsurface Investigations (CSI). He has more than 10 years of experience in the application of Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR). Terry has been involved in various subsurface utilities, mapping projects for several major developments in Vancouver, including the Domestic Terminal Building Expansion in YVR, the BC Place Stadium Roof Upgrade, and the Port Mann Bridge Highway 1 (PMH1) project. He is currently working on software developments for a multi-frequency GPR system which will help to improve the efficiency of data collection and processing in subsurface utilities detection for large area survey.

 

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Registration is Limited.

Click Here to Register

Questions to Monica: E-mail: mwperry@telus.net Phone: (604)594-3952

Wed, 06/11/2014

What exactly is SUE? 

Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE), as defined in CI/ASCE 38-02, is a branch of engineering practice that involves managing certain risks associated with utility mapping at appropriate quality levels, utility coordination, utility relocation design and coordination, utility condition assessment, communication of utility data to concerned parties, utility relocation cost estimates, implementation of utility accommodation policies, and utility design.

This seminar is a MUST ATTEND for all those who deal with utilities during the course of their projects.  Learn how to properly manage the risks associated with utilities at the design stage of your project and throughout the process of construction.

 

 

 
 

 

 

 


A Daylong Seminar in Parksville, BC

DATE:                        Wednesday, June 11th, 2014

 

LOCATION:              Quality Resort Bayside
                                   
240 Dogwood Street
                                    Parksville, BC  V9P 2H5

 

COST:                       $150 (Continental breakfast and full lunch included) 

                                     

 

 


Agenda: 

           

            8:30am - 9:00am        Registration and Continental Breakfast         

 

9:00am                        Welcome: David O’Sullivan (Chair, NASTT-BC)

 

9:15am - 10:00am      The Importance of SUE, and How to Gather Required Information to Allow the Design of New Uilities: Lawrence Arcand, P.Eng, representing T2 Utility Engineers

                                               

10:00am -10:15am     Break

 

10:15am -10:45am     Mapping Subsurface Utilities with Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR): Terry Wong, Senior Project Manager, Canadian Subsurface Investigations, Inc.    

 

10.45am-11.15am      Electro Magnetic Locating Systems: Brian Kidwell

 

11.15am-11.45am      Other Locating Methods/Equipment: Lawrence Arcand P. Eng

 

11:45am – 12.30pm    Trade Show / Lunch

 

12.30pm- 1.15pm       Call Before You Dig: Darlene Dyson, Operations Manager, BC One Call

 

1:15pm – 2:15pm        Due Diligence around High Risk Pipelines: Andrew Mark, Manager Damage Prevention and Public Awareness, Kinder Morgan

 

2:15 pm - 3:00 PM      A Ground Disturbance Checklist: Harry Dickinson, project Coordinator Kamloops Augering & Boring

3.00                             Closing Remarks: David O’Sullivan

 

 

 
 

 

 

 


Presenters:

 

Lawrance Arcand P.Eng is an industry leader in the provision of SUE services.  He is the former Chair and current member of the Board of Directors for the ORCGA (he was a technical lead on the new CSA S250 – Mapping of Under Utilities) and is the Chair of the Transportation Association of Canada – Public Utilities Management Committee.  Lawrence has extensive experience managing projects across the country and has published numerous papers and articles on the subject of SUE.  Lawrence is registered as a P.Eng in AB, BC, MN and Ontario. 

           

Harry Dickinson has worked in heavy civil construction for 17 years.  His first six years were spent in the engineering consulting industry in work ranging from project management and civil design to materials testing and inspection.  For the past 11 years, Harry has worked exclusively in the trenchless technology sector.  He is a registered Applied Science Technologist with ASTTBC.  His education and work experience makes him a key member of the Project Management Team at Kamloops Augering & Boring where he is involved with all facets of day to day operations.

Darlene Dyson has been with BC One Call since its inception in January 1994 starting as a CSR and progressing to her current position as Operations Manager in May 1999.  She has been involved in BC One Call training and operations in Oregon, Idaho, Alaska, New Mexico, British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Ontario. She currently sits as the Operations Manager on the BC One Call Board of Directors, as a board member representing BC One Call for the BC Common Ground Alliance and as the BC One Call Representative on the Board of the Canadian One Call Association.  

Brian Kidwell is a sales & training specialist with EECOL Electric and is a course instructor with the E.O.C.P. Certification Program Society. He is a member of the British Columbia Water & Waste Water Association (B.C.W.W.A), Public Works Alliance (P.W.A.), Municipal Services Association (M.S.A.), the B.C. Common Ground Alliance, and a participant & speaker at DigSafe B.C! Brian was instrumental in developing the “Utility Gradesperson” certification program with the B.C. Roadbuilders & Heavy Construction Association. He contributes to many safety organizations including: B.C.C.G.A., B.C. Municipal Safety Assoc., B.C. Construction Safety Network, and WorkSafe BC.

Andrew Mark, Manager of Damage Prevention and Public Awareness, has been with Kinder Morgan Canada since 2011. He came to Kinder Morgan Canada as the Western Region Supervisor of Pipeline Protection after working in the damage prevention field for over 18 years across Alberta and British Columbia. Andrew currently leads all aspects of the company’s damage prevention program designed to ensure pipeline safety and to educate landowners, neighbours and contractors about safe digging practices. Andrew is the chair of the British Columbia Common Ground Alliance Best Practices Committee. 

David O’Sullivan is the President of PW Trenchless Construction Inc. which specializes in pipe             bursting, slip lining, and directional drilling. David earned his engineering degree in Ireland before immigrating to Canada in 1978. He has been involved in the trenchless construction industry since 1990, working first as a consultant for seven years before becoming a general contractor. In the last six years, he has become a major proponent of the use of trenchless     technology as a way of lowering ones carbon footprint during the construction process.

Terry Wong, M.Sc. Senior Project Manager at Canadian Subsurface Investigations (CSi). He has more than 10 years of experience in the application of Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR). Terry has been involved in various subsurface utilities, mapping projects for several major developments in Vancouver, including the Domestic Terminal Building Expansion in YVR, the BC Place Stadium Roof Upgrade, and the Port Mann Bridge Highway 1 (PMH1) project. He is currently working on software developments for a multi-frequency GPR system which will help to improve the efficiency of data collection and processing in subsurface utilities detection for large area survey.

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                                              Registration is Limited.

                                               Click Here to Register

Questions to Monica: E-mail: mwperry@telus.net Phone: (604)594 3952 

Wed, 05/14/2014

What exactly is SUE? 

Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE), as defined in CI/ASCE 38-02, is a branch of engineering practice that involves managing certain risks associated with utility mapping at appropriate quality levels, utility coordination, utility relocation design and coordination, utility condition assessment, communication of utility data to concerned parties, utility relocation cost estimates, implementation of utility accommodation policies, and utility design.

This seminar is a MUST ATTEND for all those who deal with utilities during the course of their projects.  Learn how to properly manage the risks associated with utilities at the design stage of your project and throughout the process of construction.

 
 

A Daylong Seminar in Kamloops, BC

 

DATE:                        Wednesday, May 14th, 2014

 

LOCATION:              Coast Kamloops Hotel and Conference Centre

1250 Rogers Way

Kamloops, BC V1S 1N5

 

 

COST:                       $150 (Continental breakfast and full lunch included)

                                   

 

 


Agenda:

           

            8:30am - 9:00am        Registration and Continental Breakfast         

 

9:00am                        Welcome: David O’Sullivan (Chair, NASTT-BC)

 

9:15am - 10:00am      The Importance of SUE, and How to Gather Required Information to Allow the Design of New Uilities: Lawrence Arcand, P.Eng, representing T2 Utility Engineers

                                               

10:00am -10:15am     Break

 

10:15am -10:45am     Mapping Subsurface Utilities with Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR): Terry Wong, Senior Project Manager, Canadian Subsurface Investigations, Inc.    

 

11.15am-11.45am      Other Locating Methods/Equipment: Lawrence Arcand P. Eng

 

11:45am – 12.30pm    Trade Show / Lunch

 

12.30pm- 1.15pm       Call Before You Dig: Darlene Dyson*, Operations Manager, BC One Call

 

1:15pm – 2:15pm        Pipeline Safety through Good Planning- The Kinder Morgan Way: Andrew Mark, Manager Damage Prevention and Public Awareness, Kinder Morgan

 

2:15 pm - 3:00 PM      A Ground Disturbance Checklist: Harry Dickinson, project Coordinator Kamloops Augering & Boring

3.00                             Closing Remarks: David O’Sullivan

                                    *Andrew Mark may be presenting for Darlene Dyson

 
 

 


Presenters:

 

Lawrance Arcand P.Eng is an industry leader in the provision of SUE services.  He is the former Chair and current member of the Board of Directors for the ORCGA (he was a technical lead on the new CSA S250 – Mapping of Under Utilities) and is the Chair of the Transportation Association of Canada – Public Utilities Management Committee.  Lawrence has extensive experience managing projects across the country and has published numerous papers and articles on the subject of SUE.  Lawrence is registered as a P.Eng in AB, BC, MN and Ontario.

           

Harry Dickinson has worked in heavy civil construction for 17 years.  His first six years were spent in the engineering consulting industry in work ranging from project management and civil design to materials testing and inspection.  For the past 11 years, Harry has worked exclusively in the trenchless technology sector.  He is a registered Applied Science Technologist with ASTTBC.  His education and work experience makes him a key member of the Project Management Team at Kamloops Augering & Boring where he is involved with all facets of day to day operations.

Darlene Dyson has been with BC One Call since its inception in January 1994 starting as a CSR and progressing to her current position as Operations Manager in May 1999.  She has been involved in BC One Call training and operations in Oregon, Idaho, Alaska, New Mexico, British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Ontario. She currently sits as the Operations Manager on the BC One Call Board of Directors, as a board member representing BC One Call for the BC Common Ground Alliance and as the BC One Call Representative on the Board of the Canadian One Call Association.

Andrew Mark, Manager of Damage Prevention and Public Awareness, has been with Kinder Morgan Canada since 2011. He came to Kinder Morgan Canada as the Western Region Supervisor of Pipeline Protection after working in the damage prevention field for over 18 years across Alberta and British Columbia. Andrew currently leads all aspects of the company’s damage prevention program designed to ensure pipeline safety and to educate landowners, neighbours and contractors about safe digging practices. Andrew is the chair of the British Columbia Common Ground Alliance Best Practices Committee.

David O’Sullivan is the President of PW Trenchless Construction Inc. which specializes in pipe             bursting, slip lining, and directional drilling. David earned his engineering degree in Ireland before immigrating to Canada in 1978. He has been involved in the trenchless construction industry since 1990, working first as a consultant for seven years before becoming a general contractor. In the last six years, he has become a major proponent of the use of trenchless     technology as a way of lowering ones carbon footprint during the construction process.

Terry Wong, M.Sc. Senior Project Manager at Canadian Subsurface Investigations (CSi). He has more than 10 years of experience in the application of Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR). Terry has been involved in various subsurface utilities, mapping projects for several major developments in Vancouver, including the Domestic Terminal Building Expansion in YVR, the BC Place Stadium Roof Upgrade, and the Port Mann Bridge Highway 1 (PMH1) project. He is currently working on software developments for a multi-frequency GPR system which will help to improve the efficiency of data collection and processing in subsurface utilities detection for large area survey.

 

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                                              Registration is Limited.     

 

Click Here to Register

 

 

Questions to Monica: E-mail: mwperry@telus.net Phone: (604)594 3952

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