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Events in the month of March 2018
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03/07/18
 -03/09/18
Design-Build Certification Workshop
Set Yourself Apart as a Design-Build Leader-- DBIA Certification provides the only measureable standard by which to judge one’s knowledge of Design-Build Done Right™. The growing number of both Associate DBIA designees and DBIA designees attest to the value local, state and federal governments see in educating their staffs in DBIA Best Practices.

For more information on each credential, please visit: http://www.dbia.org/Certification

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03/14/18
 -03/15/18
Municipal Sewer Grout School - Orlando,FL.
Our expert panel from CUES, Avanti and Logiball will present this comprehensive overview of injection grouting.
 
The Municipal Sewer Grout School will help you understand how and why injection grouting stops groundwater infiltration into sewer collections. The two-day session will present technical information on:
  • Test and Seal system component operation, maintenance and repair
  • Lateral and mainline test and seal packer operation maintenance
  • Mixing and optimizing acrylamide grout performance
  • Review and demonstration of new NASSCO/ICGA grout specification requirements
  • Live infiltration and grout sealing demos
  • New grout testing and monitoring information and methods
Attendees will receive:
  • Credit for (10) Professional Development Hours (PDH) certified by the Florida Board of Professional Engineers (FBPE)
  • Earn SOPP certification - Safe Operating Practices Program
  • Training documentation, product manuals and wiring
  • Personalized Certificate of Completion
  • Lunch on both days

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