New Continuing Education Webinar Friday, April 28, 2023


Offering 3 PDH’s credits for PE’s in NJ, NY and other states

that accept NJSPE accredited programs.

Friday, April 28, 2023

9AM – 12PM

New Low Price for Members Only: $59

The New Jersey Society of Professional Engineers Continuing Education Webinar series
brings the top professionals and hot topics in our field right to your desktop.

Modular Bridges (1 PDH)

Speaker: Bob Rose
Northeast Sales Manager, Acrow Bridge
Explore the history and designing of modular bridging with top bridging expert Bob Rose. Learn about the various features, benefits, basic components, and truss configurations of modular bridging. The presentation will also include applications and installation methods. Mr. Rose will also share details on specific New Jersey projects.
Bob Rose is a graduate of the University of Rhode Island, with a business and marketing degree. He has worked in the Bridge and Highway industry for the over 35 years, first with Ashland Chemical coating division, then as the National Sales Manager for the D S Brown Co. D S Brown is the leading designer and manufacture of expansion joints and bearings in the US. In 2016, he joined Acrow Bridge as the Northeast Sales Manager covering New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. Acrow Bridge is a full-service design and engineering firm that specializes in prefabricated modular steel bridging solutions for permanent installations, temporary installation, construction access and emergency use.

The Replacement of the Kosciuszko Bridge – Phase 2 (1 PDH)

Speaker: Kwok L. Tam, P.E.
Vice President, Whitestone Associates
Listen to Kwok L. Tam, P.E., Vice President, National Bridges & Structures Practice at WSP USA, talk about the new Kosciuszko Bridge that replaces a 1.1-mile segment of the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway over Newtown Creek with two parallel, modern, and innovative structures each with a single-tower cable-stayed main span. The signature structures carry an estimated 180,000 vehicles per day and provide a gateway between Brooklyn and Queens and reshape the skyline of these two New York City boroughs. State of the art methods were employed to help reduce future maintenance requirements and to provide for a 100-year service life of the bridge. The methodology used to also protect against chloride infiltration and premature deterioration will be discussed, as well as the design practices used to protect against future concrete spalling and cracking.
Mr. Tam is the Vice President at WSP. He has over 30 years of experience in providing structural engineering, seismic analysis, design, and inspection services for major bridges and highway structures. His project experience includes project management/coordination and engineering design of numerous structures throughout the New York metropolitan area, as well as in Asia. He is deeply involved in all aspects of bridge design, including the development of design plans, writing of special specifications, developing engineer’s cost estimates, and the construction phase. He specializes in long-span bridges of all types, particularly cable-stayed bridges.

Special Inspections/Third Party Inspections (1 PDH)

Speaker: Laurence W. Keller, P.E.
Vice President, Whitestone Associates, Inc,
Special inspections were developed and codified to minimize improper construction and ensure that the design-professional-in-responsible-charge remains engaged in the construction process to reduce project defects and failures. As such, one of the major functions of design professionals occurs after the design plans are approved and a building permit is issued through the special inspection program. Join us for a presentation by Laurence W. Keller, P.E. from Whitestone Associates, Inc. on special inspection code requirements and responsibilities.
Laurence W. Keller is a licensed professional engineer and Vice President at Whitestone Associates, Inc, which is a New Jersey-based materials testing, geotechnical engineering, and environmental firm, providing consulting services for more than 25 years. Mr. Keller routinely provides construction materials testing, special inspections, and geotechnical engineering services throughout the Eastern U.S. and is responsible for performance and management of Whitestone’s special inspection services.


NJSPE is a New York State Education Department Approved Sponsor of Continuing Education for Professional Engineers. The live Continuing Education webinar is eligible for 3 PDH credit for NYS.

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