Friday 24 Oct 2014

Session Presentations

2014 Summer Conference Presentations:

County Route 48 Over Saranac River--Bryan Tremblay, PE, Barton & Loguidice, DPC

Unplanned Spikes in Traffic and Subsequent, Potential Infrastructure Damage--Chris Maby, Delta Engineers

 

2013 Summer Conference Presentations:

Protecting Scour Critical Bridges--Bill Horne, PE, CHA

Understanding Seasonality of Pavement in NYS--David Orr, PE, PhD, Cornell Local Roads

Innovative Landslide Repairs--Perry A. Kairis, PE, GeoStabilization International

Utilizing GIS to Manage Disaster Response --Jacob T. Needle, Wendel Companies

 

2013 Winter Conference

Innovative Retaining Wall Systems --Adam Baker, LHV Precast

Fwd thinking --David Orr, PE, Cornell Local Roads

Beach Road, Porous Pavement and Then Some --Thomas Baird, PE, Barton & Loguidice, P.C.

Subsurface Investigation and Geotechnical Evaluation --Adam Schneider, PE, ATL

The Way We Were -The Way We Are --Dave McCoy, GPI, Andy Avery, PE, Chemung Co., Tony LaVigne, Essex Co., and Jeff Tennyson, PE, Warren Co.

 

2012 Winter Conference Presentations

2012 Summer Conference Presentations
NYS DEC PSRT Program-Tom Blanchard, NYSDEC and Andy Stiles, NYSDOT

Impacts of Energy Development on Low Volume Roads-Paul Wilke, PE

What the Complete Streets Legislation Means for You-Ed Stachura

Pavement Preservation-John Curley and Dane Mellon

Assessing and Constructing a Cost Effective Bridge Replacement-Christopher Sichak, PE

Local Roads Matter!

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