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ACC The Vital Need and Your Role in Recapitalizing Military Airfield Infrastructure On-Demand Webinar
This ACC on-demand webinar presents a study by Jacobs Engineering and their engagement by the U.S. Navy and Air Force to study the airfield pavement impacts of new aircraft such as the F-35, V-22, P-8, and KC-46. The study found that the new aircraft do have increased and some unique impacts on airfield pavement and airfield layout. However, the study provided evidence and data to confirm that the majority of U.S. military airfield infrastructure is deteriorating at a rapid rate and requires significant action to recapitalize pavements and supporting utilities to sustain the current mission and expanding requirements.
This webinar presentation will provide background on the status and causes of these deteriorated airfield conditions to educate the airfield planning and engineering industry to assist in advocating for the urgent need for military airfield infrastructure investment. Specific information on the airfield facility requirements for the new aircraft will be presented, as well as guidance on military planning and design resources. The webinar will include information on how members of the ACC community can assist the military most effectively with airfield planning, design, and construction phase engineering services.
At the end of this ACC on-demand webinar, participants will be able to:
• Identify the airfield facility requirements of new military aircraft
• Understand military airfield planning and design standards
• Apply experienced airfield planners and engineers to military airfield projects
• Assist in advocating for increased airfield infrastructure investment and use of airport industry best practices to deliver military airfield projects
• Matthew W. Kundrot, P.E., Federal Program Director - Aviation, Jacobs
REGISTRATION PROVIDES UNLIMITED COMPANY EMPLOYEE REGISTRATIONS FOR SIX MONTHS
The registration fee for this on-demand webinar provides unlimited registration for your corporate employees for a period of six months. One individual should register, paying the appropriate fee, and ACC will follow-up with a discount code for use in registering other employees at no charge. To earn the PDH credit, each individual will register separately using the discount code, view the recorded webinar, complete the evaluation survey, and earn a score of 70% or better on the quiz. Each registrant must have an ACC Training Hub user account to register.
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Matthew W. Kundrot, P.E.
Federal Program Director - Aviation, Jacobs
Matthew Kundrot, P.E. serves as Director of Jacobs Military Airfield Program with worldwide responsibilities for oversight and subject matter expertise. Mr. Kundrot has over 35 years of airfield operations and engineering experience and 30 years and 4,000 hours of military and commercial pilot experience. After leaving the active Air Force as a pilot in 1995, he joined Delta Airport Consultants and served there for 20 years as an airfield engineer, project manager, and vice president. Mr. Kundrot joined CH2M, now Jacobs, in 2015 to focus full-time on military airfields.
He has spent the last 25 years as an airfield engineer engaging all aspects of design, construction and operations. His specialty is sustaining the airfield mission during construction and he has worked on the Air Force Airfield Obstruction Reduction Initiative and over 100 DOD airfields and airports worldwide. Mr. Kundrot retired from the Air Force Reserve in 2006 after 21 years of service.
PARTICIPANT CRITERIA TO EARN PDH CREDITS
Participants are responsible for meeting all the following criteria to earn 1.0 PDH credit for this on-demand webinar:
• Be a paid and registered participant for this training;
• View the webinar recording in its entirety;
• Complete and submit the on-demand webinar evaluation survey; and
• Earn a score of 70% or better on the quiz.
RECEIVING PDH CREDITS
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