May Section Meeting
May 8th, 6pmJoint Meeting with SEI
Construction Manager At-Risk – MDTA’s Experience on the Curtis Creek Bascule Bridge Rehabilitation Project
Speakers: William Pines & Don Marinelli
Topic Description: MDTA’s Office of Engineering and Construction and Hardesty & Hanover (H&H) worked together to complete MDTA’s first Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) alternative delivery project for the Rehabilitation of the Curtis Creek Drawbridge. Innovation was needed in developing the contractual documents that incorporated the technical challenges associated with the movable bridge rehabilitation, and allowed for advanced design and procurement of long lead time items for specialty mechanical and electrical items. This presentation will describe the CMAR process and MDTA’s lessons learned from this project.
Date & Time: May 8, 6pm
Location: The Engineer's Club, Baltimore, Maryland
ASCE 2019 Award Nominations are open!
It's time to get your submissions in for the 2019 ASCE Awards.
ASCE is looking for Nominations for the following categories:
- Civil Engineer of the Year
- Young Engineer of the Year
- Meritorious Service
- Outstanding Educator
- Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement - Under 20
- Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement - Over 20
Click here for the list of awards, rules, and how to submit a nomination.
Timothy J. Regan to deliver Kirlin/Whiting-Turner Lecture on April 18
One of Maryland’s leading construction executives will share his insights and experiences during an upcoming lecture at the University of Maryland's James Clark School of Engineering. The event is free and open to the public.
Timothy J. Regan, president and CEO of Whiting-Turner, will be speaking on Thursday, April 18 in the Zupnik Forum, 1101 A. James Clark Hall, at 5 pm. His lecture, entitled “Endless Opportunities: Thoughts on a Growing Career Fueled by ‘Paying Forward’,” is part of the Clark School’s Whiting-Turner Business and Entrepreneurial Lecture Series, and is being held in conjunction with the civil engineering department’s Distinguished Kirlin Lecture Series.
A pre-lecture reception will take place in Clark Hall at 4:30 pm.
More information about the event can be found here.
If you have any questions please contact Michelle E. Lane at email@example.com.