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Designing Glazing Systems Under the Updated UFC 4-010-01, ATFP Requirements (Course)

Designing Glazing Systems Under the Updated UFC 4-010-01, ATFP Requirements (Course)

Originally Presented: July 9, 2015 Course Length: 1.5 Hours Course Credit Hours: 1.5 PDHs/ 1.5 AIA LU/HSW Moderator: Rad Delaney, AIA, F. SAME, CDM Smith Speakers: Jeffrey Nielsen, P.E., HQ AFCEC/COSC Lynne Bregmann, P.E., Hinman Consulting Engineers, Inc. The DoD Antiterrorism/Force Protection Document (UFC 4-010-01) is a design criteria required to be considered on all DoD facilities. Standard 10, Windows and Skylights contains the design criteria for mitigating the hazards caused by non-blast resistant windows and skylights. • This webinar provides additional detail on how to comply with the DOD blast resistant window and skylight criteria. The first part of the presentation will focus on the main changes to the criteria and discuss the implications of these changes. Highlight other reference and tools available to assist in designing windows for DoD facilities. • The second part of the presentation provides case studies and specific examples of how the Stand 10 criteria has been interrupted and implemented for various types of DOD projects including Design-Build, Design-Bid-Build, and Window Vendor work. The project examples not only highlight the implementation of Standard 10 but how other design decisions and UFC 4-010-01 Standards affect the Standard 10 requirements.

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DOD:Emerging Contaminant Programs: Prioritization, Investigation and Remediation (Course)

DOD:Emerging Contaminant Programs: Prioritization, Investigation and Remediation (Course)

Originally Presented: November 19, 2014 Course Length: 2 Hours Course Credit Hours: 2 PDH Moderator: Nelline Kowbel, SAME Environmental Committee, Deputy Chair Speakers: Dr. Andrea Leeson/ SERDP-ESTCP Dr. Janet Anderson/ AFCEC Dr. Jim Jacobus/ Minnesota Department of Health Dr. Jennifer Field/ Oregon State University Bill DiGuiseppi/CH2M HILL Course Overview: Join the SAME Environmental Committee as it explores the DOD Emerging Contaminants (EC) program including programmatic approaches, regulatory priorities, technical challenges and recent advancements. This webinar will present the latest findings from recent site assessments addressing perfluorinated chemicals and 1,4-dioxane, describe a decision-making process for assessing when sampling is required, and update the technical approaches to investigate and remediate impacted sites. Speakers represent viewpoints from DOD, Air Force, Minnesota Department of Health, Oregon State University and environmental consulting firms.

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Compliance with Labor Laws (Course)

Compliance with Labor Laws (Course)

Originally Presented: September 23, 2014 Course Length: 1.5 Hours Course Credit Hours: 1.5 PDH Moderator: Jodi Vaccaro, Sr. Buisiness Development Representative, USA Environmental Speakers: Nichole DeVries Atallah, Labor & Employment Litigation Attorney, PillieroMazza David A. Rose, Attorney at Law, Moser Rose Attorneys Course Overview: Are you a contractor working on a federal project, a labor compliance representative, a construction business owner, or the like? If so, you don't want to miss this informative webinar hosted by the SAME Small Buisness Council! The Small Business Council pulled together an expert team to present on the statutes applicable to federal contracts for construction and for the provision of goods and services. With the myriad of Labor Laws, staying educated on new requirements and maintaining compliance provides the foundation for gaining and retaining federal contracts and avoiding legal interferences.

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Public-Public and Public-Private Partnerships (P4) (Course)

Public-Public and Public-Private Partnerships (P4) (Course)

Originally Presented September 11, 2013 Course Length: 1.5 hours Credit Hours: 1.5PDH Moderator: Lt. Col. Thomas L. Mitchell Jr., CFM, CFMJ, USAF (Ret.) Speaker: Col. Glenn Seitchek, P.E., USAFR, (Ret.) Course Overview: This course will provide a fundamental understanding of the Public-Public and Public-Private Partnership (P4) process, share best-practice applications shared via various partnerships between government and private sector organizations, and offer insights that can facilitate the establishment of a robust and effective partnering program for design, construction and base operating support enabling critical mission capability at military installations. Discussion points will include how to assist in the identification and exploration of potential partnering opportunities such as with the local cities/counties/states, utility companies, universities, and private sector property managers, developers, and financiers. Additionally, this webinar will share how to leverage tabletop (TTX) exercises at military installations to serve as a model for other installations regarding how to identify and leverage meaningful partnerships for mutual benefit; and the development of a toolbox for installation commanders, HHQ staff leaders and other key stakeholders to facilitate application of this P4.

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Advancing Installation Asset Management through Public-Private and Public-Public Partnerships (Course)

Advancing Installation Asset Management through Public-Private and Public-Public Partnerships (Course)

ORIGINALLY PRESENTED August 14, 2014 Course Length: 1.5 Hours Course Credit Hours: 1.5 PDH Moderator: Susan Morris, Principal, Booz Allen Hamilton Speakers: Ivan Bolden, Chief, Army's Privitization and Partnerships, Office of the Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management Barry Scribner, Jones Lang LaSalle Shannon Connor, American Water Military Services Group Course Overview: This course will provide a fundamental understanding of the Public-Public and Public-Private Partnership (P4) process, share best-practice applications shared via various partnerships between government and private sector organizations, and offer insights that can facilitate the establishment of a robust and effective partnering program for design, construction and base operating support enabling critical mission capability at military installations. Discussion points will include how to assist in the identification and exploration of potential partnering opportunities such as with the local cities/counties/states, utility companies, universities, and private sector property managers, developers, and financiers. Additionally, this webinar will share how to leverage tabletop (TTX) exercises at military installations to serve as a model for other installations regarding how to identify and leverage meaningful partnerships for mutual benefit; and the development of a toolbox for installation commanders, HHQ staff leaders and other key stakeholders to facilitate application of this P4.

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Operationalizing Resilience within Coastal Communities: Updates on USACE Comprehensive Study (Course)

Operationalizing Resilience within Coastal Communities: Updates on USACE Comprehensive Study (Course)

ORIGINALLY PRESENTED August 14, 2014 Course Length: 1.5 Hours Course Credit Hours: 1.5 PDH Moderator: Bill Anderson, Director & COO TISP Speakers: Amy Guise, Chief, Planning Division, USACE Baltimore District, Chief, North Atlantic Coastal Comprehensive Study Command Center Brian Batten, Senior Coastal Scientist & Technical Leader, Dewberry Course Overview: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has been tasked by Congress to conduct a comprehensive study of the coastal regions withind the boundaries of the North Atlantic Division to assess the need to address community and infrastructure vulnerabilites in a regional risk and disaster resilience system. This presentation will educate participants on findings of the study including: Approaches to mitigate flooding risks in coastal communities; An overview of the business case for resilient and sustainable communities; and Hear the highlights of the Comprehensive Study before your Congress Representative reads it.

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Asset Management Execution: Facility Condition Assessments through Sustainment Management Systems Webinar

Asset Management Execution: Facility Condition Assessments through Sustainment Management Systems Webinar

ORIGINALLY PRESENTED OCTOBER 3, 2013 Course Presenters: Lance Marrano, USACE, Engineer Research & Development Center, CERL Steve Shoaf, P.E., Senior Associate, Cardno TEC Jeffrey S. Guyne, P.E., Enterprise Engineering Management Branch Chief, HQ IMCOM, G4 Public Works Landric Walden, P.E., Infrastructure Condition Assessment Program, Naval Facilities Engineering Command Course Length: 2 Hours Course Credit Hours: 2 PDHs / 2 AIA LUs Course Overview: This webinar provides an overview of BUILDER, the latest Sustainment Management System developed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. As Department of Defense (DOD) organizations incorporate asset management principles into main business processes, a primary activity for implementation is assessing asset condition. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Engineer Research & Development Center, CERL is at the forefront for developing platforms dedicated to condition assessment execution. These platforms, referred to as Sustainment Management Systems, focus on various systems in the built environment. BUILDER is a sustainment management system that specializes in capturing the condition assessment process for facilities.

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Climate Change Ongoing Discussion Webinar

Climate Change Ongoing Discussion Webinar

ORIGINALLY PRESENTED JULY 18, 2013 Course Presenters: Wendi Goldsmith, CPG, CPSSc, Climate Risk Solutions Leader, Bioengineering Group Stephen Gill, Senior Scientist, NOAA Center for Operational Oceanographic Products and Services James Valverde Jr., Ph.D., Senior Researcher, USACE Engineer Research and Development Center Hope Herron, Environmental Scientist / Policy Analyst, Tetra Tech Course Length: 1.5 Hours Course Credit Hours: 1.5 PDHs Course Overview: Risk reduction for critical infrastructure and facilities is fast becoming a major focus. From Hurricane Katrina to Superstorm Sandy to droughts and wildfires, previous weather events have helped shift attention to the role climate change has played in these noteworthy events. To learn more about the significance of climate change adaptation in the A/E/C federal market, sign up for this informative webinar. You will hear industry experts speak candidly about their experiences with Hurricane Katrina and Superstorm Sandy, and discuss long-range plans and insights for effective and resilient solutions. Risk reduction for critical infrastructure and facilities is fast becoming a major focus. From Hurricane Katrina to Superstorm Sandy to droughts and wildfires, recent weather events have helped shift attention to the role climate change has played in these noteworthy events. To learn more about the significance of climate change adaptation in the A/E/C federal market, register to attend this timely and informative interactive discussion. Industry experts will speak candidly about their recent experiences with Hurricane Katrina and Superstorm Sandy, and discuss long-range plans and insights for effective and resilient solutions. If you missed the Climate Change Adaptation Roundtable, held March 2013, this is your chance to gain knowledge on this valuable topic. Risk reduction for critical infrastructure and facilities is fast becoming a major focus. From Hurricane Katrina to Superstorm Sandy to droughts and wildfires, recent weather events have helped shift attention to the role climate change has played in these noteworthy events. To learn more about the significance of climate change adaptation in the A/E/C federal market, register to attend this timely and informative interactive discussion. Industry experts will speak candidly about their recent experiences with Hurricane Katrina and Superstorm Sandy, and discuss long-range plans and insights for effective and resilient solutions. If you missed the Climate Change Adaptation Roundtable, held March 2013, this is your chance to gain knowledge on this valuable topic. - See more at: http://www.same.org/index.php/component/content/article/201-uncategorised/838-climate-change-summary-and-review#sthash.pMY0ONR2.dpuf Risk reduction for critical infrastructure and facilities is fast becoming a major focus. From Hurricane Katrina to Superstorm Sandy to droughts and wildfires, recent weather events have helped shift attention to the role climate change has played in these noteworthy events. To learn more about the significance of climate change adaptation in the A/E/C federal market, register to attend this timely and informative interactive discussion. Industry experts will speak candidly about their recent experiences with Hurricane Katrina and Superstorm Sandy, and discuss long-range plans and insights for effective and resilient solutions. If you missed the Climate Change Adaptation Roundtable, held March 2013, this is your chance to gain knowledge on this valuable topic. - See more at: http://www.same.org/index.php/component/content/article/201-uncategorised/838-climate-change-summary-and-review#sthash.pMY0ONR2.dpuf Risk reduction for critical infrastructure and facilities is fast becoming a major focus. From Hurricane Katrina to Superstorm Sandy to droughts and wildfires, recent weather events have helped shift attention to the role climate change has played in these noteworthy events. To learn more about the significance of climate change adaptation in the A/E/C federal market, register to attend this timely and informative interactive discussion. Industry experts will speak candidly about their recent experiences with Hurricane Katrina and Superstorm Sandy, and discuss long-range plans and insights for effective and resilient solutions. If you missed the Climate Change Adaptation Roundtable, held March 2013, this is your chance to gain knowledge on this valuable topic. - See more at: http://www.same.org/index.php/component/content/article/201-uncategorised/838-climate-change-summary-and-review#sthash.pMY0ONR2.dpuf

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