2021 SBC Presentations & Recordings

Access them on the Virtual Event Platform

Use your ASC log in and enter. You will find the on-demand recordings under Sessions and the Presentations in the Networking Portal under Resource Center. Currently we only have the BOS on-demand, but we are waiting for the Education Sessions to be edited before uploading. Your PDH Record can be found in the Networking Portal.

NOTE: We are adding the PDF presentations to the sessions tab and hopefully add the Education Sessions on-demand recordings prior to SBC Encore.

Education Opportunities

Through a commitment to offering effective training, development, and networking programs, SAME is helping sustain the future of the profession. From a robust pipeline of webinar offerings to in-person technical presentations and content offered through partnerships with other organizations, SAME provides a variety of education opportunities for professionals, whether you are in uniform or a civilian, enlisted or officer, a new hire, mid-career manager, or senior executive. The Society's Communities of Interest also hold monthly and quarterly calls that often provide continuing education credits while local Posts host a variety of in-person and virtual meetings with professional development components.

Latest News, Notes & Reminders

Be a part of the year's biggest market research and networking event for the federal A/E/C industry. Share your expertise with government and industry leaders at this in-person event with virtual participation options.

Access complimentary content "Building a Better Way: Federal Construction Estimating Resources"

Upcoming Featured Webinars

Thursday, December 9, 2021 – Marking the 80th Anniversary of the Attack on Pearl Harbor (1941-2021)

Marking the 80th Anniversary of the Attack on Pearl Harbor (1941-2021)

Date: Thursday, December 9, 2021 | 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EDT

Location: Virtual via Big Marker (Login information will be sent to you separately)

Webinar Description:

December 7th is the 80th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, and the efforts of the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency is still ongoing. To honor missing service members, an Interpretive Center at the American Battle Monument's Commission's Honolulu Memorial, co-located with the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific-NCA/VA, is under construction. However, it is proving challenging because of its location on the edge of an extinct volcano and the cultural/historical/environmental protection requirements. This webinar will discuss these challenges.

Featured Presenters

Thomas R. Sole
Chief Engineer, American Battle Monuments Commission

Karen Offringa
Events, SAME

Rob Biedermann
Director, Industry-Government Engagement & Programs, SAME

Learn more and register for the event

 

Tuesday, December 14, 2021 – What's Up with PFAS in Air?

SAME Environmental COI Webinar: What's Up with PFAS in Air?

Date: Tuesday, December 14, 2021 | 3:00 PM – 1:00 PM EDT

Location: Virtual via Big Marker (Login information will be sent to you separately)

Webinar Description:

Much of the initial conversation and discourse on per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS)—often referred to as “forever chemicals” by the media—focused on their impacts to drinking water supplies and recreational water bodies. Attention then turned to PFAS in soil. Some states established regulatory limits to minimize exposure to PFAS-containing soils and leaching of PFAS from impacted soils to groundwater. Most recently, questions are being raised about inhalation exposures and the need to regulate PFAS in air. This presentation will provide an understanding of some of the key considerations related to PFAS in air, including potential sources, inhalation toxicity, sampling and measurement, and the developing regulatory climate.

Learning Objectives

1. Learn how global climate model projections can be integrated to quantify how climate change will impact a specific facility.

2. Learn how simulation modeling works and how it allows us to better understand complex systems like cities, counties, and ports.

3. Learn the type of phenomena that are impacted by climate change.

4. Learn what a digital twin is and how it can be created from detailed datasets, like LiDAR.:

Featured Presenters

Kanan Patel-Coleman
Senior Risk Assessor, Burns & McDonnell

Massie Hatch, PE
Principal, M. S. Hatch Consulting, LLC

Karen Offringa
Events, SAME

Rob Biedermann
Director, Industry-Government Engagement & Programs, SAME

Learn more and register for the event

 

Thursday, December 16, 2021 – The use of the IHS Mapping Portal during the Navajo Nation Water Access Mission

Thursday, December 16, 2021 – The use of the IHS Mapping Portal during the Navajo Nation Water Access Mission

The use of the IHS Mapping Portal during the Navajo Nation Water Access Mission

Date: Thursday, December 16, 2021 | 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EDT

Location: Virtual via Big Marker (Login information will be sent to you separately)

Webinar Description:

This presentation will delve into a case study surrounding the Navajo Nation – Water Access Mission and how several teams were able to complete a great deal of work in a limited time and under trying conditions with the help of the Indian Health Service Geographic Information System.

Featured Presenters

Patrick Fox, PE
LCDR, USPHS

Sandy Miller
LCDR, USPHS

Derrick Buck
LCDR, USPHS

Elisa Hammer

Karen Offringa
Events, SAME

Rob Biedermann
Director, Industry-Government Engagement & Programs, SAME

Learn more and register for the event

 

Wednesday, January 5, 2021 – Using Simulation to Understand and Improve Resilience

SAME Resilience COI Webinar: Using Simulation to Understand and Improve Resilience

Date: Wednesday, January 5, 2021 | 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EDT

Location: Virtual via Big Marker (Login information will be sent to you separately)

Webinar Description:

Communities, facilities, and installations need to know the specific impacts they can expect from climate change. This webinar will discuss three case studies using a digital twin evolved from 2020 to 2050 to assess mitigation measures addressing climate change and future flood risks.

Learning Objectives

1. Learn how global climate model projections can be integrated to quantify how climate change will impact a specific facility.

2. Learn how simulation modeling works and how it allows us to better understand complex systems like cities, counties, and ports.

3. Learn the type of phenomena that are impacted by climate change.

4. Learn what a digital twin is and how it can be created from detailed datasets, like LiDAR.:

Featured Presenters

Steve Bourne, PE
Project Director, Atkins Global

Karen Offringa
Events, SAME

Rob Biedermann
Director, Industry-Government Engagement & Programs, SAME

Learn more and register for the event

 

Recently Featured Webinars

SAME Resilience COI Webinar: Pilot Testing Resiliency

November 9, 2021

Watch the video on YouTube

SAME Environmental COI Webinar: Resilience isn't what you have, it's what you do!

Speaker:
Dave Alderson
Founding Director, Center for Infrastructure Defense at the Naval Postgraduate School

Watch the video on YouTube

SAME Practice COI Webinar:
Great Designs for Even Better Causes – SAME Design Awards Program

Speakers:
Matthew Klucznik RA, LEED AP
Zoe Anton AICP, LEED ND, PMP

Watch the video on YouTube

SAME Environmental COI Webinar:
Underwater Munitions Response Sites and the Challenges with Site Management

Speakers:
Brian Harre
NAVFAC EXWC
Brian Skubin ECC
Director, Munitions Response Services

Watch the video on YouTube

‘Spotify’ your GIS education:
The road ahead in geospatial learning

Speaker:
Andres Abeyta
Executive Director, Bootcamp GIS

Watch the video on YouTube

TME Presents:
Everything Old is New Again

Speaker:
Brian Boose
SVP and National Federal Environ. Plan. Leader, AECOM
Jennifer Warf
AVP, National DoD Environ. Plan. Leader, AECOM

Watch the video on YouTube

Construction Procurement at Speed
Sponsored by Gordian

July 12, 2021

Watch the video on YouTube

 

A Lawyer, A Prime, and A Vendor
Thoughts on CMMC

TME Presents:
Reconciling Air Force Real Property Records

Speakers:

Scott Ensign
Vince Sclafani
David Streed

Watch the video on YouTube

SAME International COI Webinar: Department of State Overseas Business Operations Roadshow

TME Presents
A Network of Communities

Speaker:
Kirk Ticknor
Chief, Environmental Division, Directorate of Public Works Fort Benning, Georgia

Watch the video on YouTube

SAME Health Engineering Task Force Webinar:
The Built Environment and Mental Health Webinar

Speaker:
Lt. Col. Andy Hoisington, PhD, PE Tyndall AFB Execution MILCON Branch Chief, MILCON

Watch the video on YouTube

Offsite Solar Project Complements Penn State's GHG Emission Reduction Efforts

Speaker:
William Sitzabee, PhD, PE Vice President of Facilities Management and Planning
Penn State University

Watch the video on YouTube

SAME Programs Webinar: Post Leader's Introduction to COIs: What your COIs Can Do for You (Part 1)

SAME International COI Webinar: US Africa Command Engineer Efforts in Africa

Speaker:
Capt. Matt Anderson, PE
ACJ44 Chief, Logistics Support Division

Watch the video on YouTube


Past Event Presentations Archive

Presentations from past SAME national events are archived. Select the event to be taken to the specific year's event website, where session presentations (PDF) are accessible.

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“The mix of being able to get some continuing education, interact with other government folks and the private sector, and do so in formal, open and social settings: I know of very few (maybe no) other venues where you can get cross discipline interactions across the private and public sector in a variety of settings.
No one else does this.”

–Lawrence Schorr, 787th Civil Engineer Squadron, Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, N.J.