Thursday, September 19, 2013

IMAGINiT Technologies invites you to an Online Civil User Group.

This is a great opportunity to meet others virtually in your civil community to exchange ideas, network with industry colleagues, and collaborate on challenges you face on a daily basis. Right at your own desk!

Benefits to attending our Online User Group:

Participate from wherever you like. There is no fee or traveling required!

Access to hot new topics

Ability to solve a diverse range of complex problems

Associate with others who share their expertise with you

You pick the topics - Tell us what you want to see!

September's Topic: Pressure Pipes
Date/Time: Friday, September 20 - 1:00 - 2:30 PM Eastern

This is our last meeting of 2013. We hope you'll join us.

Presenter: Malcolm Fernandes, RET, P.L. (Eng), Application Expert

Malcolm brings a wealth of practical experience in the area of urban planning and design, geomatics, transportation, environmental design, and engineering construction. Some of the projects on which he’s worked as a project manager, designer, or surveyor include airport runways, drainage channels, golf courses, storm ponds, railway lines, DND weapons ranges, highways, recreational sites, commercial sites, and urban and rural subdivisions.

Malcolm has also worked with a variety of engineering software solutions and has been responsible for setting standards and design workflow to increase efficiency in the design and construction of civil engineering projects.

Malcolm has worked with a number of transportation engineering clients in western and central Canada, involving training, customization and mentoring on transportation projects; involving different Canadian transportation authorities, TAC, BCMOT and AT. This sometimes also involved developing applications i.e. subassemblies, VBA or simply XML design criteria file to bridge the gap left by Civil 3D in a production environment. One of the more recent highlights was working with a transportation engineering client H5M, a consortium of five engineering companies working on a multimillion western Canadian highway project. 

Friday, September 20
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Eastern Time (US/CAN)


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