The Indiana Chapter of ASHI Fall 2012 Seminar

  • September 08, 2012
  • 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Microtel Inn & Suites 5815 Rockville Road Indianapolis, IN 46224


  • Special price for members
  • For non chapter members & all interested persons

Mike Wigginton is a soil scientist with the USDA & Patriot Engineering.
Steve Surette Acculevel foundation specialist
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Topic One “Drought – What it is doing to building foundations” Presented by Mike Wigginton from Patriot Engineering
Topic Two “ Structure – Evaluating for repair” Presented by Steve Surette from Acculevel

Cost for this Seminar including lunch is $ 50.00 Members, $.75.00 nonmembers 
Join your peers as we learn more about what the drought is doing to the soils of Indiana.

Mike Wigginton is a USDA soil scientist. His presentation is “What you see is what you get. All soils are not created equal”

Patriot Engineering will present on the geotechnicial aspects of drought affected soils.

Steve Surette (a past president of INASHI) will present on “When to call for further evaluation” Steve is going to provide you with an inspection matrix to help in evaluation foundations.

Spend the day with your peers, renew friendships and make new friends.
Educational credits: Indiana State: 7 hours category 1 

There will be a short Chapter meeting and election of officers following the seminar.

Please pre-register, as we need to order your lunch

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