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Bridging the Gap from Design to Construction: Site Mobilization/Exploration

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Join us for the Construction Institute's third session in the Bridging the Gap from Design to Construction series!

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Bridging the Gap from Design to Construction

Bridging the Gap from Design to Construction a series of interactive seminars covering all aspects of projects including field explorations, earthwork excavations, wet utility designs, material and equipment comparisons, cost estimates, As-Builts and so much more. Each seminar will cover an in-depth subject with a resident expert on the respective topic. We highly encourage construction project engineers, design engineers, project managers and anyone else interested in expanding their design and construction knowledge. The objective of this series is to be a source of continuing education so attendees can become well-rounded individuals in their field and be able to provide more value to their clients.

Volume II - Site Mobilization & Exploration

Congratulations! Your bid preparation from the last session has won you the job! But, now what? Can our shovels hit the ground? But what about field verification? We should probably handle the traffic management first. Join us to discover the answers to all your burning questions and learn about topics "I wish I would have known" when it comes to mobilizing your team to the site and exploration of the field.

About Our Presenters Clay Walker, PE and Matthew Fitzgerald, PE

As the National Business Development Manager, Matthew oversees the development of relationships, opportunities, and overall sales nationwide for the Mapping group. Matthew supports regional teams to effectively identify, qualify, and engage potential market sectors that can benefit from the Mapping solution McCarthy provides. In addition, Matthew oversees the strategic positioning of the Mapping group among potential external clients as well as with internal McCarthy teams. Matthew works with project teams across the country to effectively integrate the Mapping capabilities into the overall lifecycle of the design and construction processes. With five years of previous experience as a civil transportation engineer, Matthew understands the unique utility challenges facing design, construction, and plant operations, and how this service effectively mitigates one of the largest challenges, underground utilities.

Clay Walker, PE is a Resident Engineer in HDR’s Construction Control Corporation. He is a transportation construction engineering professional experienced in managing construction projects of various sizes. His more recent past projects include large infrastructure improvements across Orange County and the Inland Empire such as the SR-57 Widening in Brea, CA, Sand Canyon Grade Separation, Irvine, CA, Perris Valley Metrolink Rail Extension, Riverside, CA and SR-91 Express Lane Additions in Corona, CA. He is currently the Resident Engineer on the I-5 South County Improvements, Segment No. 2 in Mission Viejo. Clay is well versed in procedures necessary to setup and execute successful transportation construction projects which is the topic he will be presenting at this event.

The event will occur via Zoom online meeting. Zoom details will be emailed to all RSVPed attendees before the event.

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