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31st Central Pennsylvania Geotechnical Conference

April 22 – April 24, 2020
Hershey, PA

CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA SECTION

31st Central Pennsylvania Geotechnical Conference

Hershey, Pennsylvania
April 22 – April 24, 2020

***All registrations will be on-site on a first-come first-served basis***

This information is subject to change as the planning proceeds

Questions about the Conference:
Bruce G. Stegman
Advantage Engineers
435 Independence Avenue, Suite C
Mechanicsburg, PA 17055

Office: 717-475-0800
Direct: 717-610-0516
Cell: 717-870-5918
bruce.stegman@comcast.net

Questions about ASCE Geo Institute:

Brad Keelor (BKeelor@ASCE.org) at ASCE

Attendees at this conference will be awarded 12 PDHs (Professional Development Hours) for attendance at the 3 day event.  These PDHs are awarded in accordance with the National Council of Examiners in Engineer and Surveying (NCEES) model law and rules; and therefore, will be acceptable for Pennsylvania PE continuing education requirements provided proper records are maintained by the licensee.  Other state registration boards may accept the PDHs.  Please contact your state for specifics.  NY PDHs require preapproval by the NYPE Board.  12 PDHs have been approved by New York PE review board for this conference.

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