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June 2, 2022 @ 11:30 am - 1:30 pm
Presented by Dr. Dilip Khatri, PhD. SE, Principal of Khatri International, Inc.
Infrastructure projects in the U.S. and Canada are aging with dramatic failures appearing on both sides of the border. Long term performance of our bridges, buildings, tunnels, and all civil structures is of paramount concern. The collapse of the Champlain Tower in Florida, leaning Millennium Tower in San Francisco, bridge collapse in Pennsylvania, bridge collapse at Florida University are recent calamities that point out the threat of structural failure is real. There have been similar structural disasters in the past that we as civil engineers can learn from and should not forget. This presentation showcases the threat, risk, and errors made in the past and present, but importantly emphasizes the engineering judgment and analysis tools available to prevent such events from occurring.
- $30.00 per person Members (City/County/Retired)
- $40.00 per person Non-Members (City/County/Retired)
- $50.00 per person Members (Consultant/Utility)
- $60.00 per person Non-Members (Consultant/Utility)
Please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org RSVP deadline is Tuesday, May 31, 2022