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2020 Annual Conference Webinar | 8 Part Series Package

 Export to Your Calendar 7/28/2020 to 9/15/2020
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2020 Annual Conference Webinar Series
8 Part Series Package
Sponsorship Opportunities
 FES/ACEC-FL Member Price Non-Member Price

$200 as a package ($25 each)

 $480 as a package ($60 each)

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Webinar 1:

When: Tuesday, July 28th at 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Course Name: Don't Let Public Opposition Derail Your Progress!

Course Description: Public Participation is a fundamental part of the planning, implementation, and community building process. This session will focus on key elements of public participation including what constitutes public participation, best practice approaches, tools for implementation, and case studies of how ineffective public participation initiatives can derail the best-laid plans and impact the bottom line.

Speaker: Dr. Adriene Wright, PCLC

PDH Credit: 1


Webinar 2:

When: Thursday, August 6th at 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Course Name: Be a Great Place to Work: Creative Ways to Build an Effective Culture and a Successful Business

Course Description: A firm’s success ultimately boils down to its employees’ skills and motivation. Barry—whose firm has been on Fortune’s Best Companies to Work For list 12 times—will discuss proven ways to create and maintain a culture and award-winning work environment that drive meaningful growth and corporate success.

Speaker: Mr. Barry Barber

PDH Credit: 1


Webinar 3:

When: Wednesday, August 12th at 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Course Name: Sustainable Single Family Home Design & Construction

Course Description: A SFH designed and constructed by Dr. Trussoni is used to describe how residential construction is adapting to a changing climate in Florida. The project includes an all concrete structural shell, impact windows and doors, high efficiency mechanical systems, heat pumps, solar panels, batteries, high performance insulation, water harvesting and seasonal natural ventilation to withstand stronger storms and reduce impacts on the environment.

Speaker: Dr. Matthew Trussoni, PhD, AIA, CGC, PE

PDH Credit: 1


Webinar 4:

When: Thursday, August 20th at 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Course Name: Developing a Smart City Masterplan and Roadmap for the City of Orlando

Course Description: Presentation discusses how the City is developing a Smart City master plan which includes the City's mission, vision, goals, & high level strategies associated w/ being a Smart City; & a roadmap which shows how the City can achieve the plan, w/project areas, timelines & potential business models. The Master Plan & Roadmap will guide the City toward its vision of becoming a Smart City & enhance its ability to deliver secure & efficient services.

Speaker: Mr. Mike Hess, PE, LEED Fellow; Mr. David Mulholland, PE; and Mr. Bill Bradford, PE

PDH Credit: 1


Webinar 5:

When: Wednesday, August 26th at 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Course Name: Winning with Impact: How to Standout in the Workplace, Marketplace, and Recruiting Space

Course Description: Does your firm stand out from the crowd when it comes to attracting and retaining top talent? Most firms don’t and it’s because leaders haven’t invested in cultivating a culture of employee engagement that champions the advancement of the firm’s goals while making a positive social impact. And that’s not going to make you an employer of choice in a tight labor market. This presentation will provide the insights and tools to standout and win today.

Speaker: Mr. Peter Atherton, PE

PDH Credit: 1


Webinar 6:

When: Wednesday, September 2nd at 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Course Name: 3D Bridge Modeling - Case Study

Course Description: This presentation will demonstrate how OBM was utilized in a real project for accurate geometry and calculations ranging from horizontal and vertical clearances to finish grade elevations and clash detection on a bridge widening with complex geometry.

Speaker: Ms. Kali McNeile, PE; Mr. David Lutz, PE; and Mr. John Thomas, PE

PDH Credit: 1


Webinar 7:

When: Tuesday, September 8th at 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Course Name: Commit to Green: The Conductor is the Link to Save at least 7% of Electrical Energy Use

Course Description: "The idea is novel... no Code I am aware of addresses optimization of electric delivery and distribution systems...before a building is complete." Grant Reviewer, US DOE Whether the power grid or a building's power distribution system, the conductors/wires that transmit electricity are the single largest link between the generation and end-use consumption of electricity. We will examine the math in engineering equations and several buildings.

Speaker: Mr. James Khalil, PE and Ms. June Adams, JD

PDH Credit: 1


Webinar 8:

When: Tuesday, September 15th at 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Course Name: How to Develop Your Seller-Doers . . . or Become One!

Course Description: Inertia is the enemy of the seller-doer. If you master the skills required to succeed as a seller-doer, you’ll overcome inertia, develop confidence, & take command of your career. If you’re an owner, you’ll hear how to develop your seller-doers so you can quickly get more PMs actively helping to grow your business. The advice derives from interviews with 3 dozen engineering executives nationwide while writing the ASCE book Becoming a Seller-Doer.

Speaker: Mr. Jim Rogers

PDH Credit: 0


 

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