Oregon APWA On-Line Trainings

The Eugene Luncheon, Portland Luncheon, and Education Committees are partnering to bring you a series of on-line 'Lunch and Learn' trainings. To attend a training, register for the session to receive log in information.  A Zoom license is not required to attend. Trainings are posted to the Chapter's YouTube channel.

August 14, 2020 - Hydraulic Design of Coyote Creek Bridges

Speaker: Gary Wolff, PE, D.WRE, CFM

Description: Lane County is currently working on the design of road improvements for Territorial Highway located southwest of Eugene. As part of the project a 1,500-foot section of the road will be raised where it crosses the floodplain of Coyote Creek. This talk will present the hydraulic design of the road crossing that included two-dimensional (2D) hydraulic modeling. Advances in the modeling software are making the use of 2D modeling an increasingly common practice for the hydraulic design of bridges where complex hydraulic conditions are known to exist.

Registration for August 14 Session

August 21, 2020 - Leading as an Introvert

Speakers: Amy Bradbury; Jason Dedrick

Description: Whether you are introverted, suspect you might be, or if you manage or work with someone who is (because we are everywhere!), this session will provide you with tools, self-care strategies, engagement techniques, and ways to leverage the sometimes-hidden advantages of introverted leadership.

Registration for August 21 Session

September 1, 2020 - Keeping Up with Machine Control Construction

Speaker: Chris Pucci, PLS

Description: Machine control construction and automation is showing up on more construction projects every year. This presentation will cover machine control technology, inspection best practices, and what is coming in the future.

Registration for September 1 Session

September 18, 2020 - Eugene's Two-Way Protected Cycle Track, Running Trail, & Bridges

Speakers: Bryan Root, PE; Reed Dunbar, AICP

Description: The City of Eugene has designed and constructed their first protected, two-way cycle track and signalized diagonal crossing through an intersection. In addition, the project constructed three miles of soft surface running trail, removed a wood pedestrian bridge, and installed three prefabricated pedestrian bridges.

September 30, 2020 - The Life of an Enhanced Pedestrian Crossing; Planning to Construction

Speakers: Nick Gross, Jamestaun Kraupp, PE

Description: This presentation will explore when Enhanced Pedestrian Crossing are warranted, what the options for the crossing are, and where potential funding sources can be found.

October 13, 2020 - Linn Road Reconstruction: Creative Solutions to Improving Community Connectivity

Speakers: Robert Miller, PE; Greg Reince, PE

Description: Linn Road is the centerpiece corridor between Highway 62 and the City of Eagle Point’s downtown district. The project provided ADA-compliant ramps at all of the impacted intersections, one travel lane, and one bike lane in each direction. Additionally, the project included planter swales, retaining walls, and sleeves inserted in the sidewalks for flags during the City’s annual 4th of July ceremony. Finally, to help create a more welcoming entrance to the City, overhead utilities lines were relocated underground wherever feasible.

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