Registration is open for SuperPile ’23, a piling design and construction conference hosted by DFI in partnership with ADSC. The annual SuperPile conference is taking place at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis on June 7-9.
This three-day event includes presentations and panel discussions on the latest developments in piling foundations, highlighting design approaches for foundation optimization, innovative approaches to foundation construction, as well as case studies and topics relevant to the Southeast region.
Day one opens with a keynote lecture, “Georgia Geology and Deep Foundation History,” being delivered by Willie NeSmith, P.E., of Berkel & Company Contractors. The lecture is followed by award lectures and invited speakers featuring presentation of the Osterberg Memorial Lecture. There are also sessions on “super” innovations and electric power and decarbonization.
Day two is dedicated to parallel sessions on piling technology as well as testing and evaluation.
Other conference highlights include DFI technical committee meetings; exhibits featuring more than 75 manufacturers, suppliers and service providers; and the Women in Deep Foundations (WiDF) networking reception.
Visit the website at www.dfi.org/SuperPile2023 to register as an attendee, exhibitor or sponsor.
ACE, where the water community comes together to learn, connect, and be inspired to solve global water challenges.
AN ENVIRONMENT FOR ALL WATER PROFESSIONALS
There is a priceless value in connecting with your peers in person. A palpable energy comes from the exciting innovation in the exhibit hall, and sessions pulsate with conversations that are a catalyst for change. Regardless of where you are in your career, there is something for everyone at ACE.
Planning for the future is a heroes’ journey. Be a part of the water revolution that addresses critical issues about the world’s most important resource. Water 2050 is an initiative to collaborate and champion a course for a successful and sustainable water community. AWWA brings vast resources for the water community but Water 2050, that’s for the future.
The medals are named in honor of the distinguished engineers who have had a significant impact on the bridge engineering profession worldwide. Nominations are due the second week of January and presented at the Awards Dinner during the conference.
- Engineers’ Society of Western Pennsylvania
- Roads and Bridges Magazine
- bridge design & engineering magazine
- TranSystems, Inc.
- Railway Track & Structures Magazine
For information on Awards, go here
Project Medals: Award nominations must be “recent” projects, defined as within two years of the Awards ceremony. For example, for the 2023 Award, projects should be completed between June 2021 and June 2023.
Deadline to Submit: January 13, 2023
The National Institute of Building Sciences is gearing up for the industry’s only conference for the entire building community to connect, collaborate, and design solutions for the built environment – and we are looking for speakers.
The 11th annual Building Innovation conference will take place September 5–7, 2023, at the historic Washington Hilton in Washington, DC. We look forward to engaging the community in person to network and learn from industry professionals.
Please note that there is no virtual option to present this year.
Registration is officially open! Connect with thousands of green building professionals this September as we lay the groundwork for developing healthier buildings, workspaces, communities, and resilient infrastructures.
Join us as we head to Washington, DC, September 26-29, 2023 | Expo: 27-28.
Registration for Greenbuild is now open. Industry professionals who register by April 21 will secure the lowest prices for the 2023 conference program.
The week of Greenbuild will also feature the annual WELL Summit hosted by USGBC partner the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) and spotlighting the role of buildings and organizations in people’s health and well-being. The WELL Summit will provide a deep dive into WELL strategies and will feature thought leaders on its MainStage and education program, all focused on delivering well-being at the enterprise level. Greenbuild attendees can register for both the Greenbuild conference and the WELL Summit.
“Attendees coming to Greenbuild can take advantage of an extraordinary week of inspiration, networking, and learning,” added Templeton.
To register for Greenbuild and for updates on speakers and programming, visit the Greenbuild website.
Organized by ASCE’s Cold Regions Engineering Division, the Conference will bring together practicing engineers, academics, and cold regions engineering experts from various disciplines to share their knowledge and experience.