Stantec Experts Present at 2019 USSD Conference in Chicago

February 25, 2019

Stantec experts demonstrate their expertise during USSD presentations

 

Stantec is excited to continue our partnership with the United States Society on Dams 2019 at the Annual Conference as sponsors, exhibitors and speakers of 9 technical sessions. 
For those attending, be sure to visit us at booth #1,000 in the exhibit hall and hear from our team of experts at the following sessions on Tuesday and Wednesday. For more information:


Tuesday, April 9 – 10:45 am – 12:15 pm 
Concurrent Sessions - Track 1

Rehabilitation of High Hazard dams – FEMA Grants to Non-Federal Sponsors
Jon Keeling – 1A: Advocacy; Salon A2

Revitalization of the Kentucky River System
Benjamin Webster – 1E: Construction (general); Salon A5

Tuesday, April 9 – 1:30 – 3:30 pm 
Concurrent Sessions - Track 2

Developing Design Ground Motions for the Expansion of Gross Reservoir
Christine Weber – 2B: Earthquakes (Concrete); Salon 4A

Risk Considerations For Reconstruction of Nepal Hydroelectric Project Damaged by 
Landslides, Earthquakes and Flooding

Michael Bruen and Zbigniew Matus – 2E: Construction (Rehabilitation); Salon A5

Wednesday, April 10 – 1:30 – 3:30 pm 
Concurrent Sessions - Track 4

Thornton Composite Reservoir – Limited Accessibility Leads to Challenging Instrumentation and Monitoring
Hannah Maas and Rachel Bisnett – 4C: Conference Theme III; Salon A1

Implementing an Instrumentation Monitoring Program for the Staged Construction of the Red Rock Hydroelectric Project
Thomas Andrews, Rachael Bisnett, Hannah Maas – 4C: Conference Theme III; Salon A1

Design and Construction of the Norway Hydroelectric Project Spillway Capacity Expansion
Manoshree Sundaram and Jason Hedien, Stantec – 4C: Conference Theme III; Salon A1

Inflow Design Flood Selection for Long Embankment Dams 
Mike Gerlach and Bob Eichinger – 4D: H&H (Hydrology); Salon A3

Treating Excessive Foundation Seepage at a Dam Site in the Lower Himalayas
Joseph Kovacich – 4E: Construction; Salon A5

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