ASCE Hawaii Section & SEAOH
March 2024 Joint Dinner Meeting

 

Program: The recent transition to Type 1L cement and other updates to Hawaii’s concrete industry.

After careful consideration and input form the industry, Hawaiian Cement has selected a new cement supplier and transitioned to Type 1L cement. This presentation will discuss the transition to Type 1L cement, the differences between Ordinary Portland Cement (OPC) and Portland-Limestone Cement (PLC), the current local concrete industry, and where the industry is headed.


Speaker(s): 

Darren Orr, General Manager for the Cement Division at Hawaiian Cement

Date: 
Thursday, March 21st, 2024


Location: The Edge at 31 North

31 North Pauahi Street Honolulu, HI 96817


Time:
2:30 PM Registration

3:00 PM Seminar

5:30 PM Happy Hour Dinner to Follow

7:30 PM PAU

Cost:

$50 for ASCE Hawaii Section Members
$60 for Non-ASCE Hawaii Section Members and Guests
$25 for University of Hawaii at Manoa Student Chapter Members


Reservations:


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Payment by credit card will only be accepted in advance through Eventbrite and will not be accepted at the door. Payment must be made by either cash or check the day of the event

If paying by check, please make payable to "ASCE Hawaii Section" and bring to the event or send to: Amanda Waki, 1357 Kapiolani Boulevard Suite 1530, Honolulu, HI 96814.

If you have any questions, please contact Amanda Waki: E-mail: awaki@ascehawaii.org

Thank you, and we look forward to seeing everyone!







2024 Copyright ASCE Hawaii Section

There are two events in the month of March.  See below for details.

 

Program: Introduction to Ground Modification Method and Geo-Structural Instrumentation

Learn more about Keller's geotechnical techniques including:
     • Compaction Grouting
     • Vibro Replacement
     • Deep Soil Mixing
     • Jet Grouting
     • Instrumentation & Monitoring Methods for      • Ground Improvement


Speaker(s): 

Jim Gingery, PhD., P.E., G.E.,Keller
Dr. Jim Gingery is a Chief Engineer for Keller's Western US business unit. He has over 25 years of experience in geotechnical and earthquake engineering for water, energy, transportation, industrial, commercial, and residential projects.

Tim Avery, P.E., Keller
Tim Avery is a Senior Business Development Manager for Keller's Western US Business unit. He has over 35 years of experience with tunneling, deep excavations, drilling, vibratory methods, and more.

Larry Leone, P.E., Geo-Instruments
Larry Leone is the Pacific Northwest Area Manager for GEO-Instruments with over 15 years of experience in the design, installation, operation, and monitoring of geotechnical/structural instrumentation. He specializes in vibration monitoring and Automated Motorized Total Stations (AMTS).

Date: 
Thursday, March 7th, 2024


Location: Ala Moana Hotel

410 Atkinson Drive, Honolulu HI


Time:
2:30 PM Registration

3:00 PM Seminar

5:30 PM Happy Hour Dinner to Follow

7:30 PM PAU

Cost:

Free but limited to 50 people


Reservations:
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At go.keller-na.com/honoluluseminar or through the QR code in the flyer


Download the Flyer HERE!



​We hope you’re staying safe during these different and trying times.  Please know that the health and safety of our members is our top priority.  Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, future ASCE Hawaii in-person events, including our section dinner meetings, are temporarily on hold.  We will keep you informed via e-blasts, our facebook page, and/or notices posted on our website at ascehawaii.org.  Please stay safe, care for each other, especially our kupuna, and continue to be vigilant about best health practices.


ASCE’s COVID-19 RESOURCES PAGE
https://collaborate.asce.org/covid-19/home

ASCE has launched a COVID-19 resources page with online tools and tips in one convenient place. The page includes links to free programs, training, and resources, the results of COVID-19 industry impact surveys, and relevant online discussions with fellow members. The page also offers several ways to work more effectively while at home and activities to take advantage of in the down time you may have – even fun things to do with the keiki! And don’t forget that all members have 10 free PDHs! Now may be a good time to catch up on some of those technical on-demand webinars.


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