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Presentations

Aaron Sussman, Senior Planner for the Mid-Region Council of Governments presented information about the 2040 Regional Metropolitan Transportation Plan.

Previous Presentations

The December 2014 speaker for the Albuquerque Post of the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) was David W. Gibson, Sandia National Laboratories, Infrastructure Operations Division. A link to his presentation is here.

Mr. Pat O’Connell, who serves as PNM’s Director of Planning and Resources, presented info on PNM’s latest developments

Mr. Ed Boles, City of Albuquerque, presented info on the Rail Yards Redevelopment at the May SAME meeting. Mr. Boles provided the following articles as part of his presentation:

Railway Age article from 1922

Railway Mechanical Engineer article from 1924

John D’Antonio, Jr., PE, Deputy District Engineer,Albuquerque District, USACE, presented the current program and outlook for the Corps in this district.

Dan Jackson and Tim Whitley from RS&H presented on Sustainability and Commissioning for Military Facilities at the October SAME meeting.

Kevin Johnson, National Director, Energy Systems Group and Boone Birdsell, Account Executive, Energy Systems Group presented a discussion of Performance Contracts and Self-funding Energy Service Contracts.

Robert Hawthorne, PE, from AECOM with a discussion of the new AMAFCA Storm Diversion Facility on the South Diversion Channel.

Mr. Daniel Curado, Small Business Liaison for the ABQ District Corps of Engineers. The presentation for small businesses interested in doing work with ABQ District Corps of Engineers is linked.

In April 2012, Mike Goodrich, PG, PMP from the Albuquerque District Corps of Engineers Environmental Management Section provided an overview of current programs

The March 2012 program was Kirtland AFB Civil Engineering Programs presented by Brent Wilson, PE, Base Civil Engineer.

In January 2012, Gary Hoe, PE, presented a program on the incident at the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant, from the beginning of the event to the current status, 9 months after the earthquake, and tsunami and subsequent damage.