Professional Development Hours

Propex offers a number of opportunities for Professional Development Hours.  We can customize webinars or in-person presentations based on the needs of your organization. To schedule a webinar or lunch & learn, contact the Propex GeoSolutions Engineering Services Team at 423-553-2465 or email GeoEngineering@propexglobal.com Throughout the year we also partner with outside organizations to provide PDH credits through a variety of outlets.  Here is what’s currently available: 

Oct. 1-3: Infrastructure Virtual Summit

This free event offers daily keynote webinars and several on-demand webinars covering current and innovative storm water and erosion control topics. Attendees can earn Professional Development Hours, as well as engage with industry experts in live Q&A sessions.

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The Appropriate Use of Engineered Earth Solutions

Multiple technologies are available for stabilizing and protecting steepened slopes, banks, and levees. Engineered Earth Solutions are innovative technologies that use geosynthetic materials and natural vegetation to reinforce earthen structures, providing increased geotechnical stability and reduced erosion.

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Engineering a Permanent Road Foundation

Unbound aggregate materials are the largest transportation infrastructure asset for most state and local Departments of Transportation (DOTs). Unbound aggregate layers also are the most vulnerable transportation infrastructure, as these layers are subject to premature failure due to deterioration, contamination and adverse hydraulic conditions. Readers will be shown improved best-management design practices and how to preserve unbound aggregate assets to enhance the performance of these layers.

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Engineered Earth Armoring Solutions: An Alternative to Rock Riprap

Engineers are tasked to provide solutions for infrastructure challenges in the most efficient manner possible. One must balance standard practice with innovation to constantly improve effectiveness and efficiency. Rock riprap is an accepted traditional solution for erosion control and slope stabilization, but there are other alternatives.

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