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June Technical Speaker 1

Kevin Sullivan, P.E. Bio BRAYN Consulting Tax Incentives for the Engineering Industry The Research & Development (R&D) Tax Credit and other related tax breaks save U.S. businesses more than $12 billion annually. Many owners, officers, and CPAs of engineering firms are unaware that they ...

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June Technical Speaker 2

Gowen Dishman, P.E. Bio Resident Engineer HNTB Corporation This presentation will discuss the construction of the main span of the New Tappan Zee Bridge Project over the Hudson river in New York. It will highlight some of the design features of the main span and how the contractor proceeded wit...

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May Technical Speaker 1

Natalie Weiershausen, PE, ENV SP, Project ManagerSession 1: Hike and Bike Trails (The How & Why) Natalie Weiershausen, PE, ENV SP works at RPS (formerly Klotz Associates) as a project manager in the municipal services department where she works on the design of anything from roadway /utility ...

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May Technical Speaker 2

JENNIFER J. WALKER, P.E., D.WRE, ENV SP, CFM, QSD, PRINCIPAL ENGINEER Walker, President of Watearth, Inc. is one of the first engineers to receive the Diplomate, Water Resources Engineer certification. Walker has a Masters in Civil Engineering, is a Certified Flood Plain Manager, and is a licens...

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April Technical Speaker 1

TECHNICAL SPEAKERS: Ms. Anita Hollmann, Program Manager, Houston Public Works Tech Session 1: "Houston Bikeways within Houston Public Works" Anita Hollmann is the Program Manager for the Houston Bikeways within Houston Public Works (HPW). Influential in the development of the Houston Bike Plan...

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March Technical Speaker 1

Tech Session 1: "Revegetating Difficult Sites” Ms. Lauren Alaniz, Director of Sales, ECBVerdyol, Bio The presentation would go over how using these types of products can increase the vegetation success on sites when used as a topsoil replacement or when used in conjunction with less than...

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March Technical Speaker 2

Tech Session 2: "Tapping on Opportunities in the Water Sector That Protect the Environment” Ms. Paula Paciorek, Water Resources Manager, Galveston Bay Foundation, Bio The San Jacinto-Trinity Watershed currently homes 12 million people (almost half of Texas’ current population). This...

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February Technical Speaker 1

Tech Session 1: "The State of Federal and Transportation Funding and Why It Is Important to Local Governments” Mr. Jim Webb, AICP, Chief Executive Officer, The Goodman Corporation, Bio Hike and Bike Trails are becoming an integral part of Texas cities and provide some big benefits. But ...

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February Technical Speaker 2

Tech Session 2: “Principals of Low Impact Development Multifunctional Design” Mr. Steven F. Albert, P.E., CFM, Principal, Sherwood Design Engineers, Bio Mr. David Batts, LEED AP, Director, EcoServices System Sales, Bio The presenters will focus on the use of Low Impact Developm...

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January Technical Speaker 1

Hike and Bike Trails (The How & Why) Ms. Weiershausen, P.E., ENV SP - Project Manager, RPS Hike and Bike Trails are becoming an integral part of Texas cities and provide some big benefits. But there are a variety of options and challenges to be considered during their planning and design. T...

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