While you’re Working From Home, join Sanborn Head to get some of your AIA credits done on-line!

Since the AIA is allowing Continuing Education providers to deliver courses via webinar through the end of May, Sanborn Head has shifted our AIA approved courses on-line! We know many of our teaming partners and clients are utilizing this time we have at home wisely and we want to help in any way that we can!

 

Vapor Intrusion Implication to Building Design & Construction WEBINAR

Provides an understanding of the applicable regulations and implications of vapor intrusion on new building design and retrofitting of existing buildings in Massachusetts.

Speaker: Tricia Pinto LSP, Sanborn Head environmental expert
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The Vapor Intrusion Implication to Building Design & Construction AIA approved seminar is available via webinar through May 31.  Please email, Emily Raymond to schedule for your firm.

Speaker Tricia Pinto, PE, LSP, LEP has more than 20 years of experience in environmental assessment and remediation, primarily focused on evaluation of business environmental risk in support of real estate negotiations in the development industry and investigating and remediating contamination for industrial clients.

 

Urban Building Foundations WEBINAR
Provides an understanding of different types of foundation systems including shallow and deep foundations and support of excavation for urban projects. Discussion includes: drilled shafts, slurry walls and LBEs, piles (driven and drilled), mat foundations, and various types of excavation support systems – applications, challenges, and lessons learned.

Speaker: Kevin Stetson, PE, Sanborn Head geotechnicial expert

The Urban Building Foundations AIA approved seminar is available via webinar through May 31.  Please email, Emily Raymond to schedule for your firm.

Speaker Kevin Stetson, PE has more than 18 years of experience in civil and geotechnical engineering. His experience includes the design and construction of complicated geotechnical foundation and environmental remediation projects in dense urban settings.

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