COMPLIMENTARY LUNCH & LEARNS

  • ACC Lunch & Learn On-Demand Webinar - Airport Checkpoint Screening in an Era of Social Distancing

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    This free 60-minute ACC Lunch & Learn on-demand webinar - generously sponsored by Smiths Detection - will provide an overview on the benefits of checkpoint CT and remote screening, and also additional solutions to manage a broader range of risks.

    How will the aviation industry recover from COVID-19 impacts more quickly? Hear from Smiths Detection experts on security screening strategies that will help passengers and employees regain the confidence needed for market recovery. Topics explored will include the benefits of checkpoint CT and remote screening, as well as other solutions that will help airports manage a broader range of risks.  

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES

    At the end of this ACC Lunch & Learn webinar, participants will be able to:

    • Identify strategies, innovations and technologies that will help airports to recover
    • Discover how to preserve security levels while accommodating new health and hygiene measures
    • Recognize what solutions can be deployed to maintain social distancing at checkpoint
    • Apply heightened safety and additional hygiene measures to avoid congestion and reduce touch points

    PRESENTERS

    • Sally Nordeen (Moderator), Senior Business Development Director - Aviation, Smiths Detection
    • Richard Thompson, Global Director Sales, Aviation, Smiths Detection
    • Kevin Riordan, Head of Airports & Checkpoint Solutions, Smiths Detection

    CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION

    Credits/hours are not provided for ACC Lunch & Learn webinars. However, participants who register and attend can download/print a certificate of completion in their ACC Training Hub user account Dashboard.

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  • ACC Lunch & Learn On-Demand Webinar - Airport Interiors are Experiencing Massive Change: What You Need to Know

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    This free 90-minute ACC Lunch & Learn on-demand webinar - generously sponsored by AGATI Furniture - reviews the massive design changes taking place within airport interiors around the world.

    This complimentary ACC Lunch & Learn on-demand webinar hosted by AGATI Furniture reviews the massive design changes taking place within airport interiors around the world. In the last 15 years, there has been a fundamental shift in airport design, as well as airport interiors. What was once a sea of beam seating is now part lounge, part café, part office, and a wealth of amenities. New types of spaces - as well as new types of furniture and designs - are finding their way into airports. This volume of massive change is more challenging for airports, as they are a unique environment. What are the design and physical elements that truly lead to a more enjoyable travel and airport experience for passengers? What furniture styles and pieces will endure and perform well in the intense, high volume of airport terminals? Matt Dubbe, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP from Mead & Hunt, Inc. and Joe S. Agati of AGATI Furniture will tackle these questions and more during this informative complimentary Lunch & Learn on-demand webinar.

    PRESENTERS

    • Matt J. Dubbe, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP, Market Leader, Aviation Architecture, Mead & Hunt, Inc.
    • Joe S. Agati, Director of Design, AGATI Furniture


    Matt Dubbe, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP

    National Market Leader, Aviation Architecture, Mead & Hunt, Inc.

    Matt Dubbe, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP has more than 30 years of planning, sustainability, design and construction administration experience focused on performance driven building solutions within the aviation industry. He holds a BA in Architecture from Virginia Tech and a MA in Architecture from the University of Washington. In addition, Mr. Dubbe completed the Certificate Program in Preservation, Planning and Design from the University of Washington. He has led award winning projects throughout the U.S. that are recognized for their regional and environmental excellence. Mr. Dubbe has been selected for speaking engagements by various industry groups, including the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Airport Consultants Council (ACC). Department of Transportation (DOT) and AAAE to discuss global trends in aviation and sustainability.

    Joe S. Agati

    Director of Design, AGATI Furniture

    Joe S Agati is a formally trained Industrial Designer. He started his career with Radio Flyer, project managing their product development department. It was here he realized his fascination with analyzing human behavior. By observing what he calls “key user insights,” Mr. Agati was able to turn them into products that positively impact people’s lives. In 2012, he joined AGATI Furniture - the family business his father started in 1981 - as Director of Design. AGATI Furniture has a history as innovators in the public space furniture industry. This stems from user behavior observation and the company’s ability to transform those observations into innovative products. In the past four years, Mr. Agati has lead AGATI's product development with new innovative products like the POD, POD Duo, and Power Bar, all of which directly result from observing people’s behavior in public spaces and identifying ways to improve their experience. 

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    Public Spaces Need Furniture That Solves Problems

    Our design methodology is driven by how people use — and abuse — furniture that isn’t theirs. 

    The AGATI Difference

    We bring our passion for designing sharp-looking, long-lasting furniture for public spaces. You bring the knowledge and vision of how people spend time in yours. Together, we’ll design a solution that invites people to sit, relax, gather, focus or study for years to come.

    Airport Furniture

    Passengers are tired, hungry and need to charge their phones. We’ve all been there: Our flight is delayed, the line at the café is long, and our phones are at 4% battery. All we want is a place to recharge, literally and figuratively.

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    Ideally, that seat would be comfortable, provide a little personal space and have an outlet within reach. AGATI Furniture provides all of this and more in our airport furniture offerings. And make no mistake: Our seating at Gate B3 is just as comfortable as the seats in the fancy lounge, and it will withstand any “abuse” that comes with the territory. We engineer our airport lounge seats specifically to stand up to 24/7 use, holiday rush and all.

    We also recognize that power is a requirement in airport furniture. We design our airport furniture with this in mind, providing power options in nearly all of the pieces recommended for airport spaces. Charging tables, lounge seats with power options, even café tables with power outlets are available to help air travelers recharge.

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  • ACC Lunch & Learn On-Demand Webinar - Building Smart Airports: A Case Study Look at Smart Glass Impacts on Passenger Experience, Revenue, Operations and Sustainability

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    This free 60-minute ACC Lunch & Learn on-demand webinar - generously sponsored by View - will discuss the benefits of a high-tech dynamic glass system to reduce glare and unwanted heat within a terminal, provide a more comfortable environment for passengers and airport workers while reducing an airport’s carbon footprint and increasing concession revenues.

    Today’s traveling public demands technology and service standards in the airport terminal that rival those outside the travel experience. Savvy airports realize this and invest time and effort to develop innovative ways of meeting these demands. To this end, airports continuously work to identify solutions that improve the passenger experience, while reducing operational expenses and improving revenue streams. This complimentary ACC Lunch & Learn on-demand webinar discusses how View’s smart windows fit the bill on all counts. The high-tech dynamic glass system reduces glare and unwanted heat within a terminal, providing a more comfortable environment for passengers and airport workers while reducing an airport’s carbon footprint and increasing concession revenues. Join us as we look at two airport case studies with SFO and DFW and the outcomes they are experiencing with smart glass installations.  

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES

    At the end of this ACC Lunch & Learn webinar, participants will be able to:
    • Describe how smart glass can positively impact passenger experience.
    • Identify how smart glass increases non-aeronautical revenue.
    • Describe the benefits to airport operations by utilizing smart glass.
    • Explain how smart glass enhances sustainability initiatives.

    PRESENTERS

    • Kirsten Ritchie, P.E., LEED AP O+M, Principal, Gensler
    • Brandon Tinianov, P.E., Ph.D., Vice President, Industry Strategy, View



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  • ACC Lunch & Learn On-Demand Webinar - Cabling the Friendly Skies – Planning a Smart Infrastructure for Airports

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    This free 60-minute ACC Lunch & Learn on-demand webinar generously sponsored by Paige Datacom Solutions - will take a look at the many Internet Protocol (IP) applications that are being converged on the IT network in airports – from simple data reservations to high-bandwidth wireless applications to complex security and surveillance systems.

    This complimentary ACC On-Demand Lunch & Learn webinar - generously sponsored by Paige Datacom Solutions - will take a look at the many Internet Protocol (IP) applications that are being converged on the IT network in airports – from simple data reservations to high-bandwidth wireless applications to complex security and surveillance systems. Network designers must understand the specific challenges in designing and installing a reliable infrastructure for 24/7 operations. One system glitch could affect millions of travelers. Selecting the proper IP cable and connectivity includes both fiber and copper cables. The decisions will be based on application bandwidth, power (PoE) and of course the location (distance) of the cable. This webinar will provide participants with different scenarios of cable selections and standards to consider which apply to installation best practices. To round out the webinar, a case study at a major U.S. international airport will be presented to include the design and installation challenges and solutions. 

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES

    At the end of this ACC On-Demand Lunch & Learn webinar, participants will be able to:
    • Understand the IP applications and cabling challenges for an airport.
    • Comprehend the different choices of cables, standards and best installation practices.
    • Become familiar with the resources available for the design and installation.
    • Discover how leading airports are taking new approaches to long distances IP cabling challenges.

    PRESENTERS

    • David Coleman (Moderator), Vice President of Business Development, Paige Datacom Solutions
    • Carol Oliver, RCDD, DCDC, ESS, ICT Consultant, CEO Communications; President-Elect (2020-2021), BICSI


    David Coleman

    Senior Vice President, Business Development, Paige DataCom Solutions/Paige Electric

    David Coleman joined the new executive management team at Paige in 2016 and serves as Senior Vice President, Business Development for Paige DataCom Solutions, as well as its parent company, Paige Electric. Mr. Coleman represents the fourth generation of Coleman’s in the wire and cable business. The family’s first business, Coleman Cable, was sold in 1990 and is now part of Southwire. In 1996, the family started Genesis Cable Systems, which focused on low voltage wire and cable, and enjoyed rapid growth before selling to Honeywell International in 2004. Mr. Coleman spent the next four years with Honeywell International, where he held several positions in sales and marketing, most recently serving as the Global Director of Custom Electronics. During his tenure with Honeywell International, Mr. Coleman brought award-winning technologies to market by leading the collaboration of businesses inside and outside of Honeywell, and expanded sales distribution into new sales channels and markets. In 2008, Mr. Coleman co-founded Generation 3 Capital, a private equity firm focused on the security, IT and life safety industries. Over the next eight years, Mr. Coleman worked directly with the portfolio companies leading sales, marketing, and product development efforts. Mr. Coleman graduated from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor with a Bachelor of General Studies. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for Fluidmesh Networks and The Children’s Brittle Bone Foundation.

    Carol Oliver

    Principal, ICT Consultant, CEO Commnications

    Carol Oliver is the Principal, ICT Consultant at CEO Communications and President-Elect of BICSI (2020-2021). With over 25 years experience in the ICT Industry, Ms. Oliver has been a business owner (Everett Communications 1996-2006) as well as working in marketing, training and technical sales support for leading manufacturers of structured cabling solutions. She is a published author and prides herself in getting the highest visibility in the publications and in other media vehicles. Many know Ms. Oliver for her involvement in the ICT community and giving back. She has served on several committees, including for BICSI and ASIS, and on the BICSI Board of Directors, and has even been one of the founding members of Women in BICSI, including being involved in a mentorship program. It is her commitment to this industry that makes her relevant and keeps her current with the latest trends in technology.

    Paige boasts over 10,000 customers from 10 offices across the globe. Paige manufactures and distributes a diversified set of electrical wire and wireless products, connectorized cable and accessories to the agriculture, asset protection, datacom, illuminated sign, industrial OEM, irrigation, landscape lighting, renewable energy and submersible pump markets. Paige is employee-owned, from factory worker to CEO, and has more than 200 employees. Visit Paige at www.paigeconnected.com.

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  • ACC Lunch & Learn On-Demand Webinar - Development and Performance History of the FAA P-404 Fuel-Resistant Asphalt Mix Specification

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    This 90-minute on-demand Lunch & Learn webinar - generously sponsored by Associated Asphalt Partners, LLC - will provide an overview of the development of the FAA P-404 Fuel-Resistant Mix specification.

    This complimentary ACC on-demand Lunch & Learn webinar - generously sponsored by Associated Asphalt Pavement, LLC - will provide an overview of the development of the FAA P-404 Fuel-Resistant Mix specification. Jet fuel, hydraulic oil and de-icing chemicals cause damage to asphalt pavement on airfields. Coal tar sealers have been used to protect airfield pavements from fuel damage, but they are carcinogenic. 

    Associated Asphalt developed an environmentally friendly, highly polymer-modified asphalt binder that makes the asphalt pavement resistant to fuel and oil spills and eliminates the need for hazardous sealers. This presentation will document the history of use of fuel-resistant binder beginning at La Guardia Airport in 2002. It will describe the development of a generic fuel-resistant mix specification that is a modified version of the P-401 specification. The P-401 mix specification was modified to optimize the properties of a highly-polymer modified liquid asphalt and produce a mix that is highly resistant to rutting and cracking, as well as resistant to damage from jet fuel, hydraulic oil and de-icing chemicals. The result is a fuel-resistant mix that will last significantly longer than a P-401 mix. 

    This specification was first used at Logan Airport in 2004. The FAA adopted the Logan Airport fuel-resistant mix specification in 2014, after evaluating the performance over a ten-year period. This program will include extensive laboratory testing documenting the superiority of the P-404 mix and a field performance history dating back to 2002. The webinar will provide participants the knowledge necessary to select P-404 mix for appropriate airfield pavement applications.  

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES

    At the end of this ACC on-demand Lunch & Learn webinar, participants will be able to:
    • Recognize the dangers associated with the use of coal tar sealers.
    • Compare P-401 mix design criteria with P-404 mix design criteria.
    • Assess the mix performance testing data of P-404 mixes. 
    • Apply the information presented to correctly specify P-404 pavements.

    PRESENTER

    • Ronald L. Corun, Specialty Product Manager, Associated Asphalt Pavement, LLC

    CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION

    Credits/hours are not provided for ACC on-demand Lunch & Learn webinars. However, participants who register and attend the entire duration of the recorded webinar can download a certificate of completion in their ACC Training Hub user account Dashboard.


    Ronald L. Corun

    Specialty Products Sales and Marketing Manager, Associated Asphalt Partners, LLC

    Ronald L. Corun is the Specialty Products Sales and Marketing Manager for Associated Asphalt Partners, LLC, a major asphalt supplier founded in 1948 with headquarters in Roanoke, VA. He graduated from the University of Maryland with a B.S. in Civil Engineering. Previously, Mr. Corun worked for 21 years as the Director of Asphalt Technical Services for Axeon Specialty Products, Manager of Asphalt Technical Services for NuStar Asphalt LLC and the Senior Technical Manager for the CITGO Asphalt Refining Company. Prior to those positions, he worked for 33 years for Corun & Gatch, Inc., an asphalt paving construction firm founded by his grandfather. Mr. Corun has worked extensively in all areas of the asphalt paving industry – laborer, equipment operator, plant operator, quality control and mix design technician, superintendent, estimator and general manager. He serves on numerous committees of the Asphalt Institute, the National Asphalt Pavement Association, the Association of Modified Asphalt Producers and is currently Co-Chairman of the Northeast Asphalt User Producer Group. Mr. Corun is a member of the Transportation Research Board, The Association of Asphalt Pavement Technologists and Who’s Who in America.

    Paving the Way Forward

    Associated Asphalt is one of the largest independent liquid asphalt resellers in the United States. Backed by more than seven decades of industry experience - and a 6 million barrel capacity - we serve the Eastern United States with a focus on safety, environmental responsibility, and dedication to helping contractors pave their own road to success.

    Supplying Liquid Asphalt and More for 70 Years

    As one of the largest independent asphalt resellers in the United States, Associated Asphalt stores, blends, hauls, and sells a range of asphalt products. From our headquarters in Roanoke, Virginia, Associated Asphalt serves customers throughout the Eastern United States. Our network of liquid asphalt and emulsion terminals is the largest on the East Coast. Our 33 terminals are easily accessible by rail, barge or truck, and supported by our truck fleet as well as time-chartered vessels.

    Who We Are

    "We are proud to supply quality paving grade asphalt and emulsions throughout the East Coast, helping many contractors "pave their road to success."

    The liquid asphalt industry utilizes the byproduct of crude oil processing as a binder for road paving. Associated Asphalt plays a major role in the industry providing on-demand liquid asphalt to its customers for their projects. In addition to our extensive terminal, storage, and transportation capabilities, we produce polymer modified asphalt, asphalt emulsion and provide technical services. Our strong, ever-growing network of terminals, suppliers and transportation methods enable us to efficiently serve our customers with innovative products throughout the eastern United States.

    Providing On-Demand Supply Along the East Coast

    We have terminals placed throughout the Eastern United States to ensure responsive service to our customers and to provide fast access to supply. All terminals are located near major interstates for quick and efficient access. Associated Asphalt’s dedication to providing an ample supply of asphalt products, on-demand for our customers, has driven us to continually build upon our access points throughout the East Coast. With 33 land- and water-accessible terminals and offices, we are better able to serve our customers when they need us, where they need us.

    Visit the Associated Asphalt Pavement, LLC website to learn more.

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  • ACC Lunch & Learn On-Demand Webinar - Gender Neutral Screening and the Future of Enhanced Advanced Imaging Technology (eAIT)

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    This 60-minute ACC on-demand Lunch & Learn webinar is generously sponsored by Rohde & Schwarz, and discusses a new standard in passenger-friendly enhanced Advanced Imaging Technology (eAIT) performance and security screening,.

    Developed from the ground up to establish a new standard in passenger-friendly enhanced Advanced Imaging Technology (eAIT) performance and security screening, the Rohde & Schwarz R&S®QPS Quick Personnel Security scanner solutions offer capabilities for current personnel screening challenges. Calls for protecting the privacy and respect of gender identity, the R&S QPS security scanner automatically detects potential prohibited items concealed under clothing or on the body without the need to identify the gender of the person being scanned. If a potential threat is detected, the location of the object is marked on a neutral graphic outline of a human body. Learn more about how the R&S QPS system can address this and some of the future challenges of security scanning in today’s environment.  

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES

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

    • Understand the current and future challenges in passenger screening.
    • Describe how the new R&S addresses these challenges with enhanced imaging technology.
    • Explain how the new R&S scanning solution offers a new standards in airport passenger scanning.
    • Summarize how the scanning methods are independent of gender or gender identification.

    PRESENTERS

    • Athanasios Karamalis, Principal Microwave Imaging Software, Rohde & Schwarz
    • Luke Olsen, Business Development Manager – Emerging Technologies, Rohde & Schwarz
    • Darren McCarthy, Technical Marketing Manager, Rohde & Schwarz

    CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION

    Credits/hours are not provided for this ACC Lunch & Learn on-demand webinar. However, participants who register and view the recording in its entirety can download/print a certificate of completion in their ACC Training Hub user account Dashboard.

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  • ACC Lunch & Learn On-Demand Webinar - HVAC Improvements in Indoor Air Quality for Disease Mitigation

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    This free 60-minute ACC Lunch & Learn webinar - generously sponsored by Arora Engineers, Inc. - will provide an overview on HVAC enhancements that can be made to improve indoor air quality to reduce the spread of disease.

    Considering the current global pandemic, the Arora mechanical engineering team produced a white paper discussing different HVAC technologies that large-scale facilities - specifically airports, could implement to improve indoor air quality to help mitigate disease. Their research began as a request from an aviation client, and quickly expanded to address this timely subject for a wider audience.

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES

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

    • Explain the difference between six different technologies.
    • Describe the pros and cons for each technology. 
    • Identify options as it relates to new and retrofit applications. 
    • Assess the effectiveness of various solutions for their facility's needs.

    PRESENTERS

    • Anastacia Michigan, EIT, LEED GA, Mechanical Associate, Arora Engineers, Inc.
    • Bradford E. White, P.E., CEM, LEED AP, Senior Mechanical Engineer, Arora Engineers, Inc.
    • David Marsh, P.E., LEED AP, Practice Lead, Mechanical, Arora Engineers, Inc.
    • Manik Arora, P.E., (Moderator) President and CEO Arora Engineers, Inc.

    CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION

    Credits/hours are not provided for ACC on-demand Lunch & Learn webinars. However, participants who register and attend can download/print a certificate of completion in their ACC Training Hub user account Dashboard.

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  • ACC Lunch & Learn On-Demand Webinar - Improving Winter Airfield Operations with Centralized Deicing Facilities

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    This complimentary centralized deicing facilities ACC Lunch & Learn on-demand webinar is generously sponsored by Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc.; Gresham Smith; and JCAII.

    Airport operators are realizing winter operations improvements after constructing a centralized deicing facility (CDF). A CDF provides air traffic controllers and airlines a dedicated location on the airfield for safe, efficient, and environmentally friendly aircraft deicing operations. This complimentary on-demand Lunch & Learn webinar discusses the planning and design considerations when an airport operator prepares for a deicing facility.

    A CDF may be planned and designed while considering four key elements: (1) siting and geometry,; (2) glycol distribution and collection; (3) environmental friendliness; and (4) smart pad technology. The presenters in this program will discuss these elements in further detail, providing their background on several large CDF projects in recent years.

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES

    At the end of this ACC Lunch & Learn webinar, participants will be able to:
    • Identify the key components to layout the geometry of a CDF.
    • Summarize the glycol distribution and collection systems on a CDF.
    • Explain the considerations for management of glycol on a CDF.
    • Recognize how technology can enhance efficiency at a CDF.

    PRESENTERS

    • Tony Esposito, P.E., Project Manager, Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc.
    • Nate Lemon, P.E., Project Manager, Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc.
    • Tim Arendt, P.E., Senior Vice President, Gresham Smith
    • Michael Hume, Vice President, Business Development, JCAII

    And including commentary from:

    • James Hay, C.M. and Brian Tenkhoff, P.E. of Memphis International Airport
    • Frank Grimaldi, Matt McGleam, and Keith Wisniewski of the Chicago Department of Aviation
    • Gene Herrick of American Airlines
    • Chris Pearson of United Airlines

    REGISTRATION IS “PER PERSON”

    The registration for on-demand ACC Lunch & Learn webinars is “per person" and includes access to the webinar program, presentation handouts, and a certificate of completion.

    THANK YOU TO THE LUNCH & LEARN WEBINAR SPONSORS

    ACC extends a special thank you to Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc.; Gresham Smith; and JCAII for generously sponsoring this complimentary on-demand Lunch & Learn webinar.


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