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    SAME October 2022



    10-19-2022 SAME Tampa Post Presentation

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    SAME August 2022

    6th Civil Engineer Squadron Overview



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    SAME July 2022

    Bay Area Infrastructure Planning: Challenges & Solutions


    07-12-2022 SAME Tampa Post Presentation

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    Challenges and Opportunities with Implementing Large Infrastructure Programs

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    Port Tampa Bay Infrastructure Challenges

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    Joint Training and Education Day 16 (JTED) February 2022

    If you require a PDH certificate for attending JTED, please email tampabaysame@gmail.com

    Lunch/ Keynote Speaker Presentation
    LTG (R) Todd Semonite, President WSP

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    USACE Jacksonville, Mobile, & Savannah FY22 Opportunities
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    VA Contracting Opportunities
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    FDOT District 7
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    Gold Sponsor's Presentations

    Hyatt Survey
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    SurvTech Solutions
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    SAME February 2021

    Enigmatic Problems & Unconventional Solutions: Innovative Material in Geotechnical Engineering


    Guest Speaker: Larry Madrid


    In this presentation Mr. Madrid will explore some of the lesser-known, but most interesting engineering materials he has worked with over the years, including Geofoam®; wick drains; permeable low density concrete; and hydrophobic CONSOLID soil stabilizer.


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    SAME November 2020

    Homes For Our Troops


    Guest Speaker: Colonel (R) Bill Ivey


    This presentation provided an overview of the work Homes For Our Troops is accomplishing. The
    mission is to build and donate specially adapted custom homes nationwide for severely injured post-
    9/11 Veterans, to enable them to rebuild their lives. These Veterans have suffered multiple
    amputations, paralysis, blindness, or traumatic brain injury, and the homes provide an environment
    that is fully accessible to someone in a wheelchair. To date Homes For Our Troops has completed
    over 300 homes in 42 states, with over 60 active projects in various stages of land search, permitting,
    and construction, including ten in Florida.


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    SAME July 2020

    Non-Destructive Vacuum Excavation for Mitigating Utility Conflicts


    Guest Speaker: Mr. Larry Hill


    This presentation examined the non-destructive vacuum excavation methods to physically relocate utilities in conflict, and new innovative way of mitigating conflicts before or during construction developed by Badger Daylighting.


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    SAME June 2020

    State of MacDill AFB Zoom Luncheon


    Guest Speaker: Mr. Todd Wynn


    Mr. Wynn briefed on the MacDill Air Force Base construction program, including current year and upcoming Facility Sustainment, Restoration and Modernization; as well as MILCON projects.


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    SAME JTED 2020

    Panel 1 - Resilience - Bracing for the next disaster

    Panel 2 – Tampa Big Infrastructure Programs and Smart Cities Initiative

    Panel 3 - Federal Agency Small Business
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    SAME June 2019 Luncheon

    “Game of Drones”

    Guest Speaker: Mr. Tony B. Robinson, BECxP, Associate


    Mr. Tony Robinson provided an informative overview of the benefits of drone use in evaluating building enclosures. Check it out here!


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    SAME JTED 2019

    SAME June 2018 Luncheon

    “State of the MacDill Air Force Base”

    Guest Speaker: Mr. Todd Wynn, Director of MacDill AFB 6th Civil Engineer Squadron (presented June 14th, 2018)


    Mr. Todd Wynn provided an informative overview of MacDill AFB’s mission and discussed the upcoming projects and priorities their team are focusing on in the near future. Check it out here!


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    SAME April 2018 Luncheon

    Coast Guard mission and AE/construction updates and opportunities

    USCG Representatives:


    CDR JD Lentine

    ASCW Facility Engineer


    CDR Ivan Meneses

    SSP Logistics Officer


    CWO Jason Briggs

    SSP Facility Engineer


    CWO Jeffrey Timberlake

    ASCW Facility Maintenance Manager


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    Click Here to Download ASCW Presentation



    JTED 2018 Presentations

    Keynote Speaker: MAJOR GENERAL EDWARD F. DORMAN III, Director of Logistics/Engineering, J-4, CENTCOM


    Small Business – Big Funding: Federal Agency Small Business Opportunities


    Moderator: COL Michael Ulekowski, P.E., CCM, US Army (Retired), President, MULE Engineering & Construction

    Get the latest FY18 projects from…

    • U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville District – Ms. Elizabeth “Beth” Myers, Deputy of Small Business Programs
    • U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District – Ms. Linda Spadaro, Deputy, Office of Small Business Programs
    • U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Network Contracting Office 8 (NCO8) – Mr. James Carter, Deputy Capital Assets Manager
    • U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Network Contracting Office 8 – Ms. Trina Berry, Small Business Contracting Representative

    Resiliency & Recovery: Surviving and Thriving Against the Odds


    Moderator: Lt Col Mary K. Matthews, P.E., CEM, FSAME, USAF (Retired), Agency Engagement Manager, Energy Systems Group


    Today’s threats come in a variety of forms: acts of terror, severe weather events, cyber and physical attacks. Come learn about what organizations are doing to keep us safe and ensure continuity of critical functions. A great panel of leaders from the front lines will provide an update on their respective programs to be resilient and ensure speedy recovery.

    • Air Force Office of Energy Assurance – Mr. Robert Hughes, Executive Director
    • TECO, Tampa Electric Company – Ms. Shelly Whitworth, Manager Renewable Energy
    • TECO, Tampa Electric Company – Mr. Gerry Chasse, PE, Vice President Electric Delivery
    • MacDill AFB 6th Civil Engineer Squadron – Ms. Jadee Purdy, Director

    In the Billions: Tampa Bay Infrastructure Update


    Moderator: Mr. David Kemper, P.E., Senior Principal, Stantec


    Whether by Land, Sea, or Air... Local infrastructure programs are now totaling in the billions! Get the latest updates on some of the major Infrastructure Programs in the Tampa Bay area. A great panel of local leaders will provide an update on their respective Master Plans and Capital Improvement Programs, and will touch on Construction Delivery trends.


    • Hillsborough County – Ms. Lucia Garsys, Chief Development and Infrastructure Svcs Administrator, and Mr. John Lyons, P.E., PSM, Public Works Dir.
    • Port Tampa Bay – Mr. Patrick Blair, P.E., S.I., Director of Engineering
    • Tampa International Airport/Hillsborough County Aviation Authority – Mr. Richard Coudurier, P.E. – Director of Planning and Design

    JTED Webinar #2

    USACE South Atlantic Division Program Overview

    Speaker for the JTED Webinar – Feb 21, 2018

    Alvin B. Lee

    Director of Programs


    JTED Webinar #1

    Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southeast Program Overview

    Speaker for JTED Webinar – Feb 14, 2018

    Mark Brock, NAVFAC Southeast

    Small Business Deputy Director



    SAME November 2017 Luncheon

    U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Capital Planning, Emergency Preparedness & Response

    Speaker for November 2017 Luncheon:

    James P. Carter, MS, CHFM

    Deputy Capital Assets Manager |

    Engineer VA Network 8 Office

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