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  • AEC Professional Development and Leadership Training Program

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    This two-hour professional development program includes courses on email management, effectively using LinkedIn; finding and becoming a mentor; and managing stress.

    This two-hour professional development program includes courses on email management, effectively using LinkedIn; finding and becoming a mentor; and managing stress. (Fundamental - 2 hours).
     
    The courses contained in this program are:
    • AEC Success: 7 Steps for using LinkedIn Effectively (RV-11197)
    • AEC Success: Five Steps to Effective E-mail Management (RV-11193)
    • AEC Success: How to Create a Focused, Productive and Low Stress Career and Life (RV-11194)
    • AEC Success: How to Find and/or Become a Mentor (RV-11195)

  • Traffic Control Measures

    Product not yet rated Contains 2 Component(s)

    You can apply the information and methods you learn in this interactive two-hour course to develop new - and modify existing - transportation infrastructure.

    Traffic control uses design and operational strategies to influence the movement, flow, and speed of traffic. You can apply the information and methods you learn in this interactive two-hour course to develop new - and modify existing - transportation infrastructure. The expertise you acquire can add benefit and reduce potential danger in all your projects. (Fundamental – 2 hours).

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES

    Upon completion of this course you will be able to:
    • Identify the various reasons to implement traffic control measures.
    • Comprehend the main components of engineering design traffic control measures.
    • Comprehend the importance of and implementation of operational and educational traffic control measures.
    • Discuss various traffic control measures used across the nation and around the world.

  • Wind Power Today

    Product not yet rated Contains 2 Component(s)

    This two-hour course - part of the 12-Hour Architect HSW Variety Package - is about the various developments happening in the field of wind energy, and at the same time it also discusses various aspects of windmills, such as turbine technology, component development, testing, and other offshore technology used in the wind industry.

    This two-hour course is about the various developments happening in the field of wind energy, and at the same time it also discusses various aspects of windmills, such as turbine technology, component development, testing, and other offshore technology used in the wind industry. Various activities, including research and development, being conducted under the Department of Energy's (DOE) wind program at different DOE laboratories are also featured in this course. (Intermediate – 2 hours).

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES

    Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
    • Discuss the importance and expansion of the wind industry.
    • List the DOE laboratories conducting wind energy research.
    • Describe the features of advance large wind turbine technology.
    • Explain the windmill component development and testing.
    • Discuss the offshore technology used in the wind industry.
    • Illustrate the small- and mid-sized turbine developments happening in wind industry.
    • Identify the natural variability of the wind resource and factors supporting grid interconnection.
    • Compare the market prospects of wind energy with other sources of energy.

  • Post Disaster Recovery and Reconstruction

    Product not yet rated Contains 2 Component(s)

    In this two-hour webcast - part of the 12-Hour Architect HSW Variety Package - you will learn about strategies for economic rebound, housing recovery, health and social services, infrastructure, land use, and environmental restoration.

    Post-disaster redevelopment is essential to create (or recreate) a disaster-resilient community. In this two-hour webcast, we will provide you with disaster recovery information. You will get strategies for economic rebound, housing recovery, health and social services, infrastructure, land use, and environmental restoration. (Intermediate – 2 hours).

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES

    Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
    • Explain the steps of assessing community risk of natural hazards.
    • Identify the periods of the recovery process.
    • Outline important considerations for post-disaster recovery and reconstruction.
    • Discuss components of a post-disaster plan.

  • Irrigation Practices for Commercial and Residential Sites

    Product not yet rated Contains 2 Component(s)

    This two-hour webcast - part of the 12-Hour Architect HSW Variety Package - is a full-spectrum discussion of irrigation practices, and includes history, fundamentals, proper design, and alternative approaches to traditional irrigation methods.

    This two-hour webcast is a full-spectrum discussion of irrigation practices. We'll start with history, discuss fundamentals, move on to proper design, and finish with alternative approaches to traditional irrigation methods. You'll receive valuable information on effective, efficient irrigation methodology for all residential and commercial needs. (Intermediate – 2 hours).

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES

    Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
    • Comprehend the basic principles of residential and commercial irrigation and drainage.
    • Identify the importance of soil-water relationships; climatic conditions; evapotranspiration and irrigation scheduling; economics and irrigation efficiency.
    • Discuss the importance of proper irrigation system design and installation.
    • Describe the advantages and disadvantages of various low-impact development approaches to irrigation.

  • Bamboo Flooring and Beyond

    Product not yet rated Contains 2 Component(s)

    This one-hour webcast - part of the 12-Hour Architect HSW Variety Package - takes you from how bamboo grows and gets harvested to valuable information about its characteristics, how it compares to wood, and why it’s such an excellent choice for flooring.

    Have you heard about bamboo? It is used for food, clothing, and to build bridges. With its inherent sustainability, it's becoming especially popular as a flooring option. Do you know why? Here's your opportunity to learn about and speak knowledgeably about bamboo. This one-hour webcast takes you from how bamboo grows and gets harvested to valuable information about its characteristics, how it compares to wood, and why it’s such an excellent choice for flooring. You'll get basics, processes, and the many choices that are available whether you are looking for "green" options or simply an attractive flooring material. This course will meet your needs. (Intermediate – 1 hour).

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES

    Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
    • Discuss the growth and harvesting properties of bamboo.
    • Describe the bamboo plant and its parts.
    • Explain the processing of bamboo to use in flooring.
    • List the different options of bamboo flooring.

  • Sustainable Urban Design: High-Speed Rail

    Product not yet rated Contains 2 Component(s)

    This one-hour webcast - part of the 12-Hour Architect HSW Variety Package - discusses key concepts of high-speed rail and compares it with other popular modes of transportation.

    High-speed rail is an increasingly popular means of rapid passenger transit, capable of speeds up to 250 miles per hour. As demand for more efficient, eco-friendly means of mass transit increases, so does the appeal of high-speed rail as a more prominent means of travel in the United States. This one-hour webcast discusses key concepts of high-speed rail and compares it with other popular modes of transportation. (Intermediate – 1 hour).

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES

    Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
    • Explain how high-speed rail can play an integral role in smart growth.
    • Describe the different types of rail.
    • Comprehend the benefits of high-speed rail.
    • Identify what specific geographical regions are doing to have high-speed rail service.

  • 12-Hour Architect HSW Variety Package

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    This 12-hour course package contains all HSW courses on a variety of topics, featuring RedVector's newest courses. From best irrigation practices to wind power to high speed rail and bamboo floors, there are seven courses included in this HSW variety package.

    This 12-hour course package contains all HSW courses on a variety of topics, featuring RedVector's newest courses. From best irrigation practices to wind power to high speed rail and bamboo floors, there are seven courses included in this HSW variety package. Save money by purchasing the complete package vs. individual courses. (Fundamental – 12 hours).

    The courses contained in the 12-Hour Architect HSW Variety Package are:
    • Traffic Control Measures Webcast (RV-10321AW) – 2 hours
    • Post Disaster Recovery and Reconstruction Webcast (RV-10305AW0) – 2 hours
    • Ethical Decision Making for Design and Construction Professionals Webcast (RV-10297AW) – 2 hours
    • Irrigation Practices for Commercial and Residential Sites Webcast (RV-10300AW) – 2 hours
    • Wind Power Today (RV-10310AD) – 2 hours
    • Sustainable Urban Design: High Speed Rail (RV-10216) – 1 hour
    • Bamboo Flooring and Beyond (RV-10280AW) – 1 hour

  • ACC Operational Readiness for New Airport Facilities: Part 1 On-Demand Webinar

    Product not yet rated Contains 3 Component(s)

    This 90-minute ACC on-demand webinar will provide participants with an overview of elements of Operational Readiness, Activation and Transition (ORAT) for new airport facilities, timing for implementing the program, and the benefits derived from the implementation of a comprehensive program.

    This 90-minute ACC on-demand webinar will provide participants with an overview of elements of Operational Readiness, Activation and Transition (ORAT) for new airport facilities, timing for implementing the program, and the benefits derived from the implementation of a comprehensive program during the planning stage of a capital development project to beyond substantial completion all the way through to opening and operation. Participants will hear about the components to an ORAT program and how each provides individual and comprehensive benefits to a project outcome which can be realized for years after project completion. This on-demand webinar will discuss the benefits and reasons for implementing an ORAT program and provide an overview of the general process behind an effective ORAT strategy. This introductory on-demand webinar is followed by the ORAT Part II on-demand webinar, providing more detail on the process, implementation, and pitfalls of an ORAT program. 

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES 

    At the end of this ACC on-demand webinar, participants will be able to: 

    • Recognize and extract the benefits of a comprehensive Operational Readiness program. 
    • Demonstrate an understanding of the application of ORAT at airports in the U.S. and around the world. 
    • Define ORAT and the components of a comprehensive system. 
    • Summarize the basic process, timing and key stakeholders behind an effective ORAT process. 

    PRESENTERS 

    • T.J. Schulz (Moderator), President, Airport Consultants Council (ACC) 
    • Robert Gilbert, P.E., Chief Development Officer, Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) 
    • Michael McElvaney, A.A.E., Director, LeighFisher 
    • Melvin Price, C.M., Associate Director, LeighFisher 

    CREDITS/HOURS

    PDH, CM and LU/HSW credits/hours are not offered for this ACC on-demand webinar. However, after viewing the on-demand webinar, participants can download a certificate of completion.

    Robert Gilbert, P.E.

    Chief Development Officer, Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA)

    Robert "Bob" Gilbert, P.E. was appointed Chief Development Officer (CDO) of Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) in November 2016. He is responsible for leading and coordinating the planning and delivery of all elements of the LAWA capital program, including the Landside Access Modernization Program (LAMP) and the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) Capital Improvement Program (CIP). He also serves as the Program Executive for LAMP, and oversees the Planning and Development Group and Environmental Programs. Mr. Gilbert is an aviation professional with over 40 years’ experience in areas across aviation and airport management. Prior to his current appointment, Mr. Gilbert served as Senior Vice President and Regional Manager for the Greater Chicago region at Landrum & Brown (L&B). In this role, he worked closely with Chicago Department of Aviation executive staff, and led the L&B team responsible for supporting the department’s sustainability and environmental programs in addition to its noise management office. This team was also responsible for terminal redevelopment initiatives at Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD). Mr. Gilbert has also served as Program Manager for the Operational Readiness Program at King Abdul Aziz International Airport (KAIA), where he developed training programs to familiarize staff with the airport’s new $7.8 billion infrastructure, including its automated people mover (APM). He has served as Deputy Executive Director of Facilities for the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (GOAA) and as Deputy Program Manager for the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). Before these roles, Mr. Gilbert served as Program Manager for the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) Improvement Plan, where he led the consulting firms that developed the LAX Master Plan and its associated Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and Environmental Impact Report (EIR). Mr. Gilbert earned a Master of Science in Public Administration from Troy State University, and completed post-graduate studies in Program Management at George Washington University. He earned a Bachelor of Science in General Studies (Engineering) from the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

    Michael McElvaney, A.A.E.

    Director, LeighFisher

    Michael McElvaney, A.A.E. is a Director at LeighFisher where he leads the firm’s ORAT practice. He is currently providing executive level advisory support to the Los Angeles World Airport (LAWA) in the establishment of an Airport Operational Readiness (AOR) program for the LAX 20+ billion-dollar capital development program which includes a new terminal concourse, Automated People Mover, CONRAC, Intermobile Transportation Center and roadway infrastructure. Mr. McElvaney has become known as a leading expert in Airport Operational Readiness, where he has led several programs domestically and abroad. He led the development of the ORAT program for the new International Terminal at Houston’s Bush Intercontinental Airport. Mr. McElvaney was Vice President of Airport Operations for Qatar Airways, where he managed the operation of the new Hamad International Airport. He simultaneously Chaired the Governance Oversite Committee for Operational Readiness program for the new airport, encompassing 130 new facilities. As the Deputy Director at the Raleigh-Durham Airport Authority, Mr. McElvaney led the Activation program for the successful opening and operation of the new Terminal 2. He has over 30 years of executive level operational management of airports in the U.S. and Middle East, and has held management positions with Birmingham International Airport, Gainesville Regional Airport, Tampa International Airport, and Phoenix-Sky Harbor International Airport. Mr. McElvaney has a Bachelor’s Science Degree in Aeronautical Studies-Airport Management from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, a Masters in Public Administration from Golden Gate University, is an Accredited Airport Executive (AAE), and holds a private pilot license.

    Melvin Price, C.M.

    Associate Director, LeighFisher

    Melvin Price, C.M. is an Associate Director with LeighFisher. He started his career in 2000 as a Project Manager at the Kansas City International Airport (KCI) with Critical Infrastructure projects as his focus. In 2013, Mr. Price joined the Houston Airport System (HAS) as a Senior Project Manager.  Mr. Price was promoted to Division Manager in June 2014 and served as the Infrastructure/IT Team Leader for HAS’ Operational Readiness and Airport Transfer Team. This team’s sole mission was the successful opening of William P. Hobby’s new International Concourse and Federal Inspection Services facility. Mr.  Price’s most recent role with the organization was the IAH Terminal Redevelopment Executive Liaison for HAS. Mr. Price attended Prairie View A&M University where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering.

  • ACC Airport Sustainability: From Soup to Nuts On-Demand Webinar

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    This 90-minute ACC on-demand webinar will provide participants with a comprehensive look at how airports are incorporating sustainability from inception to completion - in planning, design and construction strategies.

    This 90-minute ACC on-demand webinar will provide participants with a comprehensive look at how airports are incorporating sustainability from inception to completion - in planning, design and construction strategies. First, presenters will explore how airports integrate sustainable ideals and goals into both formal and informal planning. Next, participants will take a tour of how Denver International Airport has implemented sustainable design, both retroactively and proactively. Finally, methods for sustainable construction will be examined.

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES

    At the end of this ACC on-demand webinar, participants will be able to:

    • Introduce sustainable aspects into planning documents for long-range effect.
    • Identify strategies for sustainable design.
    • Modify construction activities to reduce their impact on the environment.
    • Summarize multiple ways in which airports can become more sustainable.

    PRESENTERS 

    Jen Wolchansky, AICP, ENV SP (Moderator), Project Manager, Senior Sustainability Specialist, Mead & Hunt, Inc.
    • Kevin E. Staples, P.E., LEED AP BD+C, Environmental and Sustainability Coordinator, Salt Lake City - Department of Airports 
    • Amanda Sutton, LEED AP BD+C, Sustainability Manager, Denver International Airport
    • Kelly Moulton, C.M., Senior Airport Planner, Sacramento County Department of Airports

    CREDITS/HOURS

    PDH, CM and LU/HSW credits/hours are not offered for this ACC on-demand webinar. However, after viewing the on-demand webinar, participants can download a certificate of completion.


    Jen Wolchansky, AICP, ENV SP

    Project Manager, Senior Sustainability Specialist, Mead & Hunt, Inc.

    Jen Wolchansky, AICP, ENV SP is a project manager at Mead & Hunt that brings thirteen years of experience in environmental and sustainability planning. She leads sustainability planning for airports and other organizations, addressing growth and facility needs, all while considering the need to minimize financial, operational, social and environmental impacts. Most recently, Jen has worked on sustainability-related planning for multiple FAA and non-FAA projects including Flagstaff Airport, Denver International Airport and Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport. Additionally, Jen took the lead on the Colorado Department of Transportation Division of Aeronautics statewide sustainability program, the first FAA-funded sustainability system plan which covers Colorado’s 65 general aviation airports.

    Kevin E. Staples, P.E., LEED AP BD+C

    Environmental and Sustainability Coordinator, Salt Lake City - Department of Airports

    Kevin E. Staples, P.E., LEED AP BD+C, has over 15 years of experience directing and managing sustainability and environmental projects involving state and federal government, private, and large national clients. Mr. Staples currently serves as the Environmental and Sustainability Coordinator at the Salt Lake City Department of Airports (SLCDA) where he manages initiatives designed to improve the airports environmental performance. He has a diverse professional background focused on environmental policy and compliance, data analysis, energy management, and sustainability planning. Mr. Staples holds a B.S. and M.S. in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Brigham Young University.

    Amanda Sutton, LEED AP BD+C

    Sustainability Manager, Denver International Airport

    Amanda Sutton, LEED AP BD+C, is an accomplished sustainability professional, with wide-ranging experience in sustainability planning and implementation in the public sector. She has developed and implemented policies and procedures to promote sustainability and greenhouse gas emission reductions throughout her career. Ms. Sutton brings the experience she gained as a Business Sustainability Specialist and Green Building Program Coordinator for both the City of Fort Collins and Boulder County to her position of Sustainability Manager at Denver International Airport. She acts as a sustainability liaison and subject matter expert for the Airport Infrastructure Management (AIM) Division’s development arm to support ongoing updates to design standards, technical specifications, and processes. Ms. Sutton has recently worked with Colorado State University’s Institute for the Built Environment to develop training and process improvements to the project structure at DEN to facilitate increased stakeholder engagement at the design phase of a project to achieve sustainable outcomes

    Kelly Moulton, C.M.

    Senior Airport Planner, Sacramento County Department of Airports

    Kelly Moulton, C.M. is a Senior Airport Planner for the Sacramento County Department of Airports. She leads all planning, land use and FAA compliance efforts for Sacramento International, Mather, Executive and Franklin Field Airports. Additionally, she serves as project manager for several complex construction projects. Ms. Moulton received her Bachelor of Science in Mechanical and Material Science Engineering from the University of California at Davis. She is a Certified Member of AAAE, a member of the ACI Environmental Affairs Committee Steering Group and chairs its Land Use Working Group.