The annual NY Metro Chapter educational seminar was held at the Crowne Plaza in White Plains, New York, with near-record attendance on Sept. 11th and 12th. The number of attendees from the tri-state region reflects the seminar’s reputation for value, which has been established over the past 20 years. Topics included engineering, materials, technique and business subjects, with 15 hours of education credits recognized by New York, New Jersey and Connecticut for inspectors who attended both days.Bart Rodi, PE, speaker coordinator for the NY Metro annual seminar, left, addresses a question regarding structure.NY Metro seminar organizers Victor G. and Victor J. Faggella and James Hodrinsky prepare to greet the near-record number of attendees.
Great Lakes’ Fall seminar & Awards
The Great Lakes Chapter hosted a successful fall conference. Pictured above, Ashley Eldridge of the Chimney Safety Institute of America, was one of the main speakers. Mike Crow of Millionaire Inspector Community and Frank Lesh were also keynote speakers.Jack Fehlandt (right), GLC treasurer, received the President’s Award from outgoing chapter President Don Nelson for his service to the chapter.David Bunker (right), GLC Peer Review chair, received the President’s Award from Don Nelson for his service to the chapter.Don Nelson (left) received the Outgoing Presidential Award from Howard Pegelow, Speaker of the CoR.
Submitted by Don Nelson.