9th Annual Bridge Seminar Day
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9th Annual Bridge Seminar Day

9th Annual Bridge Seminar Day Tuesday, February 4, 2020 Marriott Griffin Gate 1800 Newtown Pike Lexington, KY 40511

When: Tuesday, February 4, 2020
From 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Where: Marriott Griffin Gate
1800 Newtown Pike
Lexington 40511
United States
Presenter: Various
Contact: Bryan Smith

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9th Annual Bridge Seminar Day
February 4, 2020
8:00 am to 5:00 pm


February 4, 2020


Marriott Griffin Gate Hotel

1800 Newtown Pike

Lexington, KY




8:00      Historic Bridges – Bridging Kentucky and Beyond – Tom Springer (QK4)

8:40      National Bridge Inspection Standards Proposed Changes – Shay Burrows (FHWA Resource Center)

9:10      Innovative HLMR Disk Bearings and Large Movement Expansion Joints for the ORB Design-Build Project – Ronald Watson (RJ Watson Inc)

9:40      Break

10:10    KYTC Division of Structural Design Update – Bart Asher (KYTC)

10:40    Composite Bridge Systems for Small to Medium Span Bridges – Ken Sweeney (AIT Bridges, formerly Maine DOT)

11:15    KYTC Division of Construction Update – Mark Walls (KYTC)

11:50    Lunch

1:00      Integral Abutment Bridges Soil Structure Interaction Approach – Yazen Khasawneh (Terracon)

1:30      Design & Construction of the Historic Wiesenberger Mill Bridge Replacement – Casey Smith (KYTC D-7) & Austin Shields (KYTC D-7)

2:10      Bridging Kentucky Program Update – Royce Meredith (KYTC) & Tony Hunley (Stantec)

2:40      Break

3:10      Short Span Steel Press-Brake-Form Tub Girder Bridges – Guy Nelson (Con-Struct Enterprises)

3:45      Bridge Contractor | Designer | Construction Roundtable – Mike Merida (Kay & Kay), Bobby Hamilton (Jim Smith Contracting), Jeff Houchin (Intech Contracting), Brad Robson (Palmer Engineering), Lee Sewell (Integrated Engineering), Joe VanZee (KYTC), Matt Simpson (KYTC)

CPD/PDHs = 8

Fees: KSPE/ACEC-KY/SAME/KYTC - $150.00

Non-Member - $250.00

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Located in Frankfort, KY, KEC houses the American Council of Engineering Companies of Kentucky (ACEC-KY), the Kentucky Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE-KY), the Kentucky Engineering Foundation (KEF), a training lab, and meeting space.

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