Technical Briefing Seminars

TECHNICAL BRIEFING SEMINAR I – Automated Speed Enforcement, Red Light Cameras

Monday, February 25 

9:45 AM – 10:45 AM

Location: TBD

Description available soon.

 

TECHNICAL BRIEFING SEMINAR II: Ontario Wood Bridge Reference Guide – An Overview

Monday, February 25 

11:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Location: TBD

Wood bridges have a long history of construction and use throughout North America for roads, railways and logging roads. This new guide, published in 2018, provides designers with up-to-date information to facilitate the design of wooden bridges for main and secondary roads. It presents, among other things, available bridge systems and materials, various examples of road bridges, highlights of the current edition of S6, and a complete design example of a wood highway bridge. David Moses, co-author of the guide, will present the highlights of this new reference.

 

TECHNICAL BRIEFING SEMINAR III – Infrastructure Ontario’s Flexible Financing for Municipal Infrastructure

Monday, February 25 

2:00 PM – 3:00 PM

Location: TBD

Take a deep dive into Infrastructure Ontario’s Loan Program and recent enhancements that give municipalities more flexible options for financing local infrastructure projects. Learn about new products for repeat borrowers, multiple projects, and extending short-term financing, as well as other IO services. Find out why two-thirds of Ontario’s municipalities have used the Loan Program and keep returning.

 

TECHNICAL BRIEFING SEMINAR IV – MMS For Elected Officials

Monday, February 25 

3:45 PM – 4:45 PM

Location: TBD

Description available soon.

 

TECHNICAL BRIEFING SEMINAR V – Excess Soils

Tuesday, February 26

9:30 AM – 10:30 AM

Location: TBD

Sponsored by EnGlobe Corp

Description available soon.

 

TECHNICAL BRIEFING SEMINAR VI – Survey Monuments

Tuesday, February 26

2:30 PM – 3:30 PM

Location: TBD

Survey monuments are a type of underground infrastructure. Prior to title insurance, survey monumentation was constantly refreshed as new surveys were required for most real estate transactions, but this is no longer the case. If a monument is removed because of work being performed close to the boundary limit, it should be re-instated.