The CGS Kingston Section has active members from across South-Eastern Ontario, particularly from Kingston and surrounding areas. The section’s executive committee has been intermittently active during this period, organizing a tour of the ¬geology of the Kingston area in the fall, a graduate student paper competition (together with the Ottawa Geotechnical Group), and a noon-hour speaker in March, followed by a presentation of the CCLT by Don Hayley in April. The section helps to promote a regular speaker series hosted by our sponsor, the Queen’s-RMC Centre for Geo-Engineering.
The 2013-2014 Executive Committee of the Kingston Section consists of the following members:
|Chair/Director:||Nicholas Vlachopoulos, RMC|
|Past Chair:||Greg Siemens, RMC|
|Treasurer:||Kathy Kalenchuk, Mine Design Engineering|
|Members at Large:||
Steve Rose, Malroz Engineering
Martin Burger, Groundwork Engineering Limited
Dylan Hill, InspecSol
Michelle van der Pouw Kraan, Queen's Engineering (Student Rep.)
Jean-Marc LeBlanc, Queen's Engineering (Student Rep.)
The CGS Kingston Section has active members from across South-Eastern Ontario, particularly from Kingston and surrounding areas. The section’s executive committee has been active in organizing luncheon meetings and other local activities. This includes hosting the fall 2012 CCLT, Kingston-Ottawa Student Competition and the Spring 2013 Darcy Lecture. The section helps to promote a regular speaker series hosted by one of our sponsors, the Queen’s-RMC Centre for Geo-Engineering.
|Apr 11, 2016||Eastern Ontario||Shaw Centre, Ottawa||Integrating Climate Risk into Infrastructure Development - Professional Development Workshop|
This workshop will cover background and use of Engineers Canada’s PIEVC tool that systematically assesses risks of current and future climate on public infrastructure.
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|Oct 16-18, 2016||Eastern Ontario||Shaw Centre, Ottawa, ON||Tunnelling Association of Canada 2016 Conference|
With the theme Capitalizing on Underground Infrastructure, the 2016 TAC Conference will include plenary presentations, technical sessions, and a trade exhibition all designed to highlight advancements in tunnelling design, construction and delivery – in Canada and around the world. Abstract deadline is March 25, 2016
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