Wed., Feb. 05 | Bergeron Centre for Engineering Excel...

Utility Risk Mitigation and Integration

Presentation
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Utility Risk Mitigation and Integration

Time & Location

Feb. 05, 2020, 6:30 p.m. EST
Bergeron Centre for Engineering Excel..., 11 Arboretum Ln, North York, ON M3J 2S5, Canada

About the Event

Subsurface Utility Engineering is a key component of every municipal, transportation, and structural Civil Engineering project. 

This presentation is useful to both practicing engineers and students alike, informing on all aspects of Utility Engineering service and how they are used to manage utility-related risks on projects.The presentation has a focus on Subsurface Utility Engineering (ASCE 38-02 - updates and the new municipal SUE guide), utility coordination practices and guidelines (TAC - guideline for

coordination of utility relocation), and utility designs / records as per CSA S250. The presentation will focus on how these processes are best utilized on projects to maximize overall benefits, review key technologies in SUE investigations, and provide cost benefits associated with utilizing SUE in your projects.

Speaker - Lawrence Arcand, P.Eng.

A graduate of Queen’s University with over 20 years of experience, Lawrence is a licensed Professional Engineer in Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia and Arizona. In his current role as President of T2 Utility Engineers, he is responsible for the overall operations of the company across the US and Canada. Lawrence has a strong tie to Utility industry groups. He is Vice Chair of the Technical Committee of the CSA S250 – Mapping of Underground Utility Infrastructure, Co-Chair of the TAC Public Utilities Management Subcommittee, Board Member of the SUE Association, and Board member of the UESI of the ASCE. He has managed numerous SUE and UC projects across Canada, written several articles and papers, and has been a guest speaker regarding Utility Engineering at several events both the US and Canada.

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