Utility Engineering in Transit 

Part 1: Tuesday November 3, 2020

Part 2: Thursday November 5, 2020

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM EST

Online Workshop

ABOUT THE
WORKSHOP

Utility Engineering is a branch of Civil Engineering that focuses on the planning, position, design, construction, operation, maintenance, and asset management of any and all utility systems, as well as the interaction between utility infrastructure and other civil infrastructure.

CATT in collaboration with UESI ( Utility Engineering and Surveying Institute ) provides  opportunities for all those interested to collaborate in advancing the technical and professional practices of utility engineering and surveying. This workshop , offered by the industry's leading experts, will provide an overview of the goals of the UESI, including various advancements in utility mapping technologies and standards.  Viewpoints, needs, and issues from various stakeholders will be discussed, and will include speakers from the utility, consulting/construction, and municipal sectors.

Who should attend?

Engineering consultants, contractors, technologists, municipal employees, field technicians, suppliers, infrastructure asset managers and anyone else who has an interest in municipal pipelines and wants to keep abreast of emerging industry trends to save money and environment.

What's included?

  • Course Material
  • 0.7 CEUs (continuing education units)
  • Professional Development Hours (PDHs)

*# of CEUs awarded dependent on attendance hours

WORKSHOP
SCHEDULE*

Workshop Schedule Coming Soon!

Topics and Speakers*:

  • Why SUE is important to Major Transit projects, Lawrence Arcand, T2 Utility Engineers

  • Best Practices, Processes, Policies, being applied in Large scale projects, Mark Knight , CATT

  • Large Transit projects – Utility Coordinators Perspective, Jennifer Black, Hatch

  • Lidar Survey in the a large transit project, Adam Domagalski, JD Barnes

  • Case study KW/Icon surveying for the large transit project, Tulloch, Owen Healey

  • Utilities in the Context of Linear Infrastructure Design on a large transit project, Giuseppe Maria Gaspari, Aecom

  • IRWA Property and accusation what you need to know during your large project, TBD, IRWA Chapter 29

  • Identification Natural gas and pipelines and the large amount of coordination needed for large-scale transit projects,Tara Kuuksman, Enbridge

  • UESI what do we do and how it helps having an Advocacy group like this one, Blaine Hunt, T2 Utility Engineers

  • New Publication: Consultant Qualifications and SUE Scope of Work Guide and impact on Large utility projects, TBD, UESI

  • Review of the New P3 Tac Guidelines UC/UR, Juan Barrera, 

  • Metrolinxs perspective on the Big move and the next few years from the Utility front , Paul Collins, Metrolinxs

*Topics and Speakers are subject to change. Subjects will be split into two parts. 

FEES
SCHEDULE

CATT & UESI MEMBER PRICING

Category

Both Days

(Nov. 3 & 5, 2020)

Part 1

(Nov. 3, 2020)

Part 2

(Nov. 5, 2020)

Early Bird 

(Before Oct. 3)

$350 $240 $240

Regular

(Oct 3. - Oct. 29)

$450 $310 $310

Last Chance!

(After Oct. 29)

$550 $375 $375

NON-MEMBER PRICING
 

Category

Both Days

(Nov. 3 & 5, 2020)

Part 1

(Nov. 3, 2020)

Part 2

(Nov. 5, 2020)

Early Bird 

(Before Oct. 3)

$500 $315 $315

Regular

(Oct 3. - Oct. 29)

$600 $385 $385

Last Chance!

(After Oct. 29)

$700 $450 $450

Note

The price does not include tax. Tax is calculated based on the geographical location of the primary registrant at the rates given below.

Canada: Ontario HST 13%; New Brunswick HST 15%; Newfoundland and Labrador HST 15%; Nova Scotia HST 15%; Prince Edwards Island HST 15%; GST 5% is applicable for any province/territory not specifically mentioned. 

International: No tax

*To confirm your organization's membership status, please check CATT's current members list 

To take advantage of the member prices and save money, become a CATT member today!