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    • 17 Jun 2019
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    • 19 Jun 2019
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    • Camden on the Lake, Lake Ozark, MO
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    2019 ANNUAL CONVENTION

    JUNE 17-19, 2019

    Camden on the Lake
    Lake Ozark, Missouri

    Registration is now available for the Missouri Society of Professional Engineers Annual Convention being held June 17-19, 2019 at the Camden on the Lake in Lake Ozark, Missouri.


    2019 registration has been reduced 25% for members!

    The Conference Planning Committee has put together a great program, please click here for the agenda and registration.

    To make a room reservation at the Camden Resort, please click here and enter group code MSPE0619 or call 573-365-5620 and mention the group code MSPE0619 to receive the special rate of $151 per night. The cutoff date is May 17th, make your reservations today! Camden on the Lake Resort, 2359 Bittersweet Road, Lake Ozark, Missouri.

    There is a golf option available this year on Tuesday, June 18th beginning at 2:20 p.m at The Cove at The Lodge of the Four Seasons! The fee is $45.00 per person. Sign up here when you register for the conference! 


    If you would like information on sponsorship opportunities, please click here or contact Alison Connell at aconnell@mspe.org.


    • 20 Jun 2019
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Engineering Center, 4359 Lindell, St. Louis 63018
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    MSPE St. Louis Chapter

    June Luncheon
    MSD Project Clear - Maline Creek

    Thursday, June 20th, 2019

     

    Abstract:  

    Project Clear is a $4 billion dollar Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District (MSD) initiative to improve water quality throughout St. Louis City and County.

    The Maline Creek Tunnel is the third Project Clear storage project to be constructed, and will be the first large diameter chamber to store combined sewer water.  The underground storage facility will reduce the volume of discharge into Maline Creek, and ultimately, the Mississippi River. 

    The underground cavern is 175 feet below the ground surface, constructed through a 50’ diameter circular shaft excavation supported by secant piles.  Drill and blast techniques were used to excavate the cavern in an urban setting under a USACE floodwall.  A mobile form carrier and 41’ long segmental form is used to cast the 28’ diameter cavern concrete liner.  The three drop shafts have been drilled and excavated, along with the five vent shafts.  A world record was set by Kiewit Foundations Group for the 11’ diameter rock drill used to excavate the larger drop shafts. Intake structures were constructed within large excavations supported by either secant piles, or sheet piles.  Each required internal bracing to excavation depths of 40 feet.  The excavations have adapted to 100 year flooding, water main breakages and flooding, overhead and underground utilities, and varied groundwater conditions. The presentation will summarize the construction progress, methods, and challenges to date.


    About the Presenter:

    John Deeken is a geotechnical engineer for Black & Veatch residing near St. Louis, MO.  John has over 14 years of professional experience in the US and 6 foreign countries, involved in construction and design of numerous power generation and transmission projects. He is experienced in heavy civil, marine, power generation, power transmission, and nuclear design and construction.  As a geotechnical specialist he is a member of several ASCE, DFI, and AISC groups.  He is currently the Resident Engineer for the Maline Creek CSO project.

    Kevin Nelson is a civil engineer and construction manager for Black & Veatch in St. Louis, MO.  During his 29 year career, he has been involved in the design and construction of numerous water and wastewater system projects throughout the United States.  He is currently the Construction Manager of a program consisting of construction of five tunnels and three large relief sewer projects for the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District. 


    Time, Date, Location

    11:30am to 1:00pm, June 20th , 2019, at the Engineering Center, 4359 Lindell, St. Louis 63018.  Registration starts at 11:30am and lunch is served at Noon.  The program will begin promptly at 12:15pm.  One (1.0 ) PDH is available.


    Cost

    $20/person, students and members in transition $5


    Registration

    Please register and pay online using the link below for reservations by Friday before the event @ 5:00 PM. If you've signed up and can't make it, please cancel by Friday before the meeting or we may have to charge you for the meal.


    Contacts:

    Michael Buechter, PE, D.WRE, MSPE President    Eric Hollmann, PE, Program Chair

    314-768-2555 office                                                   314-206-4232 office

    mtbuec@stlmsd.com                                                    Eric.Hollmann@wsp.com

    https://mspe.org/


    JUNE LUNCHEON 06 20 2019.pdf

    • 17 Jul 2019
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    • Kansas City Marriott Downtown Kansas City, MO


    • 29 Oct 2019
    • 30 Oct 2019
    • Capitol Plaza Hotel, Jefferson City, MO


    • 15 Jun 2020
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    • 17 Jun 2020
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    • Stoney Creek Hotel & Conference Center, 2601 S. Providence Road, Columbia, MO 65203

    Save the Date!

    MSPE 2020 Annual Convention
    June 15-17, 2020
    Stoney Creek Hotel & Conference Center 
    2601 S. Providence Road
    Columbia, MO 65203

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