Tuesday December 2nd we will be hosting our FINAL general meeting of the quarter.
We will be having a special guest speaker Mr. Desmond Chung.
Mr. Chung graduated from Cal Poly Pomona with a Civil Engineering
degree. He has worked in the Civil Engineering industry for over 6 years
doing design within Land Development, Highway Transportation, and
Public Works. He is now in the Geo-hazard industry protecting people
and property from potential landslides, rock falls, debris flows, and
Winco Pizza will be served for lunch!!
We hope to see you there to end the quarter with a great and informative presentation from our guest speaker Mr. Desmond Chung.
Tuesday November 4 we will be hosting our third general meeting of the quarter.
We will be having a special guest speaker from Southern California Edison (SCE,) Mr. John Stoessel SCE Senior Engineer.
We are honored and proud to host a meeting with Mr. John Stoessel. Mr Stoessel has 20 years of experience at SCE and has managed retrofit projects on dams, performed safety inspections of dams and other hydropower assets. Mr. Stoessel continuously Supports Cal Poly Cal Geo and has enabled our annual High Sierra Dam Technical Tour.
Our stylish Club Shirts are in come pick up your shirts at the meeting on Tuesday!!!
This metting will be a great opportunity to come and learn from a great distinguished industry figure and become involved with Cal Geo where we work our hardest to invite great speakers and serve delicious food at every meeting and club activity!!!!
Tomorrow Tuesday October 21 we will be hosting our second general meeting of the quarter.
We will be having a special guest speaker from Stoney Miller and free lunch will be provided.
Tomorrow will be a great opportunity to turn in or sign your membership form and pay the year dues to receive your club shirt and be part of all the great activities Cal Geo has to offer for the year.
We are Honored and Excited to host a meeting with Mr. Hannes Richter a distinguished Civil Engineering Industry figure with experience in residential, commercial, industrial and government geotechnical projects.
He is President of Stoney-Miller Consultants and is a registered Civil Engineer in six different states!
It is a great opportunity to come and learn from a great distinguished industry figure and become involved with Cal Geo where we work our hardest to get great speakers and delicious food at every meeting and club activity!!!!
The link below will direct you to the Stoney-Miller Web-page if you would like to view the service provided by the company:
Hope your summers have been going great and you have recharged to start the new 2014 – 2015 school year!!
With fall quarter around the corner Cal Geo is excited to anounce our Fall 2014 Tech Tour. This will be the first of three planned for the year. Fall quarter we will be going to High Sierra Dam and it will be an exciting experience where we will be hiking, camping, and touring for three days viewing great systems we civil engineers design. We will be hiking to 8 different dams, we will also be seeing a couple of other important infrastructure systems. The tour will take place from September 29 through October 1. The tour will consist three days full of hiking to dams and bonding with fellow students. This will be a great way to kickstart the new school year and become involved with a great and fun club. If you are interested in attending this tour please respond promptly because space is limited. Confirmations to attend the tour must be made by September 14, 2014 to:
Cal Geo President
Cal Geo Event Coordinator
We will be replying to all questions we have received by email promptly for those who have already emailed with interest in the tour.
Thank you and enjoy the rest of your summer break!
Next Friday, April 12th, Cal Geo will be hosting an awesome tech tour with the big time general contractor Skanska USA Civil. Skanska will be allowing full access to some of their large heavy civil transportation job sites. They will be taking us through thier I-215 and Colton Crossing jobs during construction. The I-215 job includes several new concrete bridges, freeway widening, and several large retaining walls. The Colton Crossing is a unique grade seperation job between BNSF and UPRR tracks that includes a large MSE wall system, backfilled with cellcrete, and a steel girder bridge. Don’t miss this great oppurtunity to see real life projects and the engineering that goes on behind them. This is also a great networking oppurtunity. One of our current officers landed an intership with Skanska by networking at last year’s tech tour.
Carpools will be leaving from Cal Poly Police station at 8am sharp and will be arriving at Skanka’s Riverside office by 9am. The tour will run until 1pm and carpools should arrive back at Cal Poly by 2pm. All safety equipment will be provided by Skanska. However you must wear boots (work boots or hiking boots) and pants. If interested, please email Nathan Tourtellote at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot. There is a limit of 12 and it will be first come first serve, so hurry up!
Hope to see you guys there!!
Come to Cal Geo’s meeting this Thursday, March 6th, in Room 17-1635, during U-Hour, to see Josh Hilton and Derek Deutscher from Condon-Johnson & Associates give a presentation about working at their company. Condon-Johnson is a contracting and engineering company with expertise in drilled shafts, shoring, soil nailing, sheet piling, jet grouting, and installing stone columns. Enjoy Mr. Hilton’s and Mr. Deutscher’s great presentation along with some delicious L&L Hawaiian BBQ. Hope to see you there!
Congratulations to the GeoWall team who placed 1st at the ASCE Geo-Institute 2013 National GeoChallenge down in San Diego this Monday, March 4th! This has been the second straight year that Cal Poly Pomona’s GeoWall team has taken home the prestigious Atterberg Cup trophy at Nationals, and they hope to keep the tradition alive in upcoming years. Please come out to root the team on as they compete again at PSWC 2013 at USC, where they hope to hold their top standing. Way to go GeoWall team!