Webinar: Deep Foundations

 

April 13, 2021
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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Webinar (via Zoom)


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When: Tuesday, April 13, 2021, 12:00PM-1:00PM (EST)

Cost: $0.00

How: Note the TWO Step Registration - A Zoom link will follow via ACI confirmation email. You MUST confirm through the Zoom link for full registration.

Meeting Description:

The ACI Greater Michigan Chapter, together with our meeting sponsor, Barton Malow, invite you to join us on Tuesday, April 13, 2021 for a look into the construction of deep foundations.  The webinar will focus on design challenges, project conditions, different applications, and technology.

Speakers:

Chad Beldyga has been in the construction industry for nearly 20 years.  Starting off as a carpenter in the field gave him an appreciation of how important it is to sequence trades properly to allow for an efficient build.  Most of his career has been spent as a Superintendent in Construction Management.  The majority of his career as a superintendent has been managing and sequencing trades in the field while maintaining a positive and collaborative environment with owners and design teams from project inception to completion.  His experience ranges from Stadiums and Arenas to healthcare, higher education, energy and currently a mixed use high-rise development.  Nearly each of his projects had some form of deep foundation from caissons, auger cast drilled piers, micro piles, tangent and secant systems, driven piles and helical piles. He has found that each hole drilled or driven in the earth is unique and presents its own challenges.  Working alongside of the experts completing the work and learning their processes and “tricks of the trade” has allowed him to more effectively plan for the unknowns of deep foundations to mitigate risk for all parties involved. 

Jason Egan has worked within the concrete industry specializing in deep foundations since 2005. Jason is a graduate of Lawrence Technological University with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering.  Jason’s primary role with the Rohrscheib Sons Caissons, Inc. is as a Senior Project Manager and Chief Estimator.  Jason has worked on several projects in the Greater Detroit area including Little Caesars Arena, Henry Ford Cancer Center, and Hudson’s Site development Block and Tower.

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