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AEG Workshop on Risk Assessments for Dams and Levee Foundations
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AEG Workshop on Risk Assessments for Dams and Levee Foundations

 Export to Your Calendar 4/24/2019 to 4/26/2019
When: April 24-26, 2019
Where: Denver West Marriott
Denver, Colorado 
United States
Contact: Edwin Friend


Online registration is available until: 4/5/2019
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The Association of Environmental and Engineering Geologists (AEG), Dams Technical Working Group, is proud to present a workshop that focuses on the role and contribution of engineering geologists and geotechnical engineers in the Risk Informed Decision Making (RIDM) process in managing dam and levee safety programs. Risks associated with geological potential failure modes and communicating these conditions to the Risk Assessment (RA) team will be emphasized including the methodology, and implementation of RA for dam and levee foundations. 

 

The workshop will include breakfasts, breaks, and lunches each day, and a social hour after at the conclusion of the first day. The cost for AEG members will be $425 and $475 for nonmembers. Hotel rooms will be available at the Denver West Marriott for $144/night.

 

Cancellation Policy:

All cancellations and requests for refunds must be made in writing to the Workshop Chair(s). Verbal requests will not be accepted. Refunds may be issued 4-6 weeks after the close of the meeting.

For cancellations received at least 30 days prior to the start of the Workshop:

-A $75 processing fee will be applied for cancellation of a full registration.

-A 50% refund will be issued for cancellations received between 15 and 30 days prior to the start of the Workshop.

-No refunds will be issued within 15 days of the start of the Workshop. Special consideration will be given for verifiable personal and medical emergencies.

 


 Why you should Attend?

  • Learn the background, reasoning/basis, and current implementation
    of RIDM in place at various state and Federal agencies.
  • Focused instruction on key geologic Potential Failure Modes (PFMs).
  • Instruction on how to identify, evaluate, and communicate geological
    and geotechnical information for use in a RA.
  • Network with Industry Professionals
  • Facilitated break-out sessions

Why you should Sponsor?

  • Make new connections within the geosciences community
  • Increased brand exposure to potential clients and
    teaming partners
  • Reconnect with past colleagues and clients by increased
    exposure at a booth and in numerous publication platforms
  • Build lasting recognition for your company
  • Network with Industry Professionals
  • Public and Private Dam Owners and Dam Safety Regulatory Officials
  • Senior Level Executives representing Dam Safety and Dam Engineering Organizations
 For more Attendee information, click here.  For more Sponsorship information, click here.


 Day 1  Day 2  Day 3

 Background and current   status of RIDM

 Instruction for embankment dam foundation internal   erosion failure mode  Instruction for erodible spillway failure mode
Basis of RIDM dam and levee safety  Example RA for embankment dam foundation internal   erosion failure mode  Breakout session- facilitated RA by small groups for   erodible spillway failure mode
 RA 101  Instruction for concrete dam foundation failure mode  Levee foundation RA
 Role of Engineering   Geologist  Breakout session- facilitated RA by small groups for   concrete   dam foundation failure mode  Comparisons of break sessions RA
 Geologic PFMs    Lessons learned from 30 years of RA: tool, tips and   methods

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