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Ports and Waterfront Infrastructure

ASCE Met Section Infrastructure Group

Ports and Waterfront Infrastructure

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 Tentative Program

Wednesday, April 30, 2014                                                                                                     

7:00 – 8:00      Registration, Refreshments and Exhibition

 7:50 – 8:00      Welcome -- Lawrence Chiarelli, PE, Esq., F.ASCE, Department of Civil and

                      Urban Engineering, NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering, Brooklyn, NY

8:00 – 8:50      New Reconnaissance Technologies for Multi Hazard -- Andrew Cairns, PE, Met Section COPRI Chapter Chair, AECOM, New York, NY

8:50 – 9:40      “Sea Level Rise Adaptation Strategies for Coastal Structures, Beaches and

                      Estuarial Marshes” -- Santiago Alfageme, PE and John Headland, PE;

                      Moffatt Nichol, New York, NY

9:40- 10:10      Refreshments Break

10:10-11:00     "FDR Marine Borer Pile Rehabilitation Program” -- Scott Anastasio, PE and Ronald  Munoz, PE, Ocean and Coastal Consultants, New York, NY

11:00-11:50     “Permitting Collaboration and Sustainability of the Paulsboro Marine Terminal” --        Chris Lawrence, PE, CH2MHill, Philadelphia, PA

 12:00- 1:00      Lunch

1:00-1:50       New Bedford Wind Farm Pier” -- Jay Crowther, PE; Apex Engineering

1:50-2:40       “Redevelopment of Hamilton Harbor, Bermuda” -- Varoujan Hagopian, PE,       

                     F.ASCE; GEI Consultants, Boston, MA

2:40 -3;30      "The Inner Harbor Navigation Canal Lake Borgne Storm Surge Barrier -- Protecting 

                     the Coastline from Extreme Storm Surge and Sea Level Rise” -- Dale Berner, 

                     PhD, PE, F.ASCE, Ben C. Gerwick, Inc., Oakland, CA

3:30-4:00        Refreshments Break

 4:00-4:50        “DOHA New Port Greenfield Project” -- Abbas Sarmad, PE, AECOM, New York, NY

4:50-5:40        “Secure, Sustainable, Resilient Ports of the Future” -- Col. John R. Boule II, PE, Parsons Brinckerhoff and Capt. Gordon A. Loebl, Commander USCG Sector, New York, NY

5:40-6:30         Panel Discussion -- The future of the Port of New York and New Jersey led by Rick Larrabee, PANYNJ

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

07:00 – 07:50    Registration, Refreshments, and Exhibition -- stay open all day till closing

07:50 – 08:00    Welcome – Lawrence Chiarelli, PE, Esq., F.ASCE, NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering, Brooklyn, NY

08:00 – 08:50    New Reconnaissance Technologies for Multi Hazard – Sissy Nikalaou, PhD, PE, Mueser Rutledge Consulting Engineers, New York, NY
08:50 – 09:40    Geotechnical Infrastructure Monitoring – Amir Haddad, PhD, PE, GZA, New York, NY
09:40 – 10:10    Refreshments/Exhibit Break
10:10 – 11:00    Dynamic Sensing Capabilities with Case Studies – Justin Steinhouse, PE and Erik
Zuker, PE, HNTB, New York, NY
11:00 – 11:50    Rapid Bridge Assessment Using Portable Analysis, Sensor, and Load Rating Equipment
– Franklin Moon, PhD, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA
12:00 – 01:00    Lunch/Exhibit Break
01:00 – 01:50    Development of Mobile Asset Management Tools for Inspectors and Distributed Data
Collection – Mark Day,
Greenman Pederson Inc. Toronto, ON
01:50 – 02:40    Big Data, Cities, Sensors – Masoud Ghandehari, PhD, NYU Polytechnic School of
Engineering, Brooklyn, NY 02:40 – 03:30    Technology in NYC Transit System – Andrew Bata, MTA New
York City Transit, New York, NY
03:30 – 04:00    Refreshments/Exhibit Break
04:00 – 04:50    Development of Novel Wireless Sensors for Infrastructure Monitoring – Jerome
Lynch, PhD, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
04:50 – 05:40    Performance Monitoring of Major Underground Infrastructure Construction in New
York City – The Second Avenue Subway Project – Chu Ho, ScD, PEng, ENV SP, Arup, New York, NY
05:40 - 06:30                                ital Design Data in Highway Construction: A Case
Study, Jagannath Mallela, P.E; Parsons
Brinckerhoff, New York NY

 Cancellation Policy:  Written requests for cancellations must be made in writing by April 22, 2014.  Cancellations received after the April 22nd deadline and no shows for the seminar will result in forfeiture of registration fee. Cancellation for registration made after April 22, 2014 will not be honored. 

Have questions about Ports and Waterfront Infrastructure? Contact ASCE Met Section Infrastructure Group


NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering,
Dibner Building
5 Metrotech Center
New York, NY 11201

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