Session #4 of the 2019 ABC-VA Project Manager Development Series will provide class members a
unique opportunity to tour a construction material testing laboratory. The forum will present an overview of materials testing laboratory accreditation requirements, processing of materials,
materials analysis, concrete cylinder testing, forensic analysis, and more. Following a classroom training session at the site, participants will be provided the opportunity to witness several typical materials tests often required in construction. A full understanding of the materials testing
process is not complete without a general knowledge of the complete process. Hosted by a leading materials testing laboratory, GET Solutions, the session will be conducted by several engineers
who will provide a differing perspective on their role in construction.
This class is limited to 24 participants!
Who Should Attend?
Assistant Project Managers, Project Managers, Superintendents
About the SPEAKERS
|D. Mark Scholefield, P.E.
Mr. Scholefield is a Principal Geotechnical Engineer and the Vice President of GET Solutions, Inc. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Old Dominion University in 1993. His 24 years of experience includes subsurface investigations, site characterization studies and geotechnical engineering analysis for a multitude of small to large scale projects. These include shallow and deep foundation design, settlement analyses, slope stability analyses, pavement design (AASHTO), soil liquefaction, seismic site investigation and forensic evaluation of horizontal and vertical structures. His experience also includes testing of soil and concrete, lime/cement stabilization, subgrade improvements, vibration monitoring, subgrade and foundation soil inspection and test pile programs.
Mark is a registered Professional Engineer in Virginia, North Carolina, Maryland and Delaware. He has been with GET Solutions, Inc. since 2002.
||Christopher Hahn, R.E.M
Mr. Hahn is a Registered Environmental Manager and Virginia Licensed Asbestos Inspector, and serves as GET Solutions Inc.’s Director of Environmental Services. He is a 1985 graduate of Virginia Tech in Biology and has over 30 years of experience in the environmental services field. His experience includes due diligence and property transaction related environmental work for public and private entities, Phase I/II Environmental Site Assessments, Underground and Aboveground Storage Tank management, developability studies, VRP and RCRA project scopes, Building condition surveys, and hazardous materials assessments and abatement plans.
|Danny Speight, P.E.
Principal Structural Engineer
Speight Marshall Francis
Upon graduating from Old Dominion University in 1986, Danny worked for Stroud, Pence and Associates as a Project Structural Engineer and Associate until he resigned to form Speight Marshall
Francis in 1994. Speight Marshall Francis, a registered small business, is an award-winning structural engineering and Special Inspections firm with offices in Virginia Beach and Richmond. They employ structural engineers licensed to practice in 31 states; and although the firm performs structural services for projects around the nation, a large majority of their projects are located in Virginia. The firm has experience with all types of facilities including, but not limited to: housing (multi-family and single-family), K-12 public and
private education, higher education, mixed-use, retail, offices and
administration buildings, recreation, cultural/arts, healthcare, parking
structures, industrial and manufacturing, warehouse/storage buildings, and waterfront/marine structures. Their client base is diverse including both public and private sector. For over three decades Danny has performed structural engineering responsibilities including design, project management, training, construction administration, inspection and quality control for production of construction documents and to assure quality control is maintained during construction.
5465 Greenwich Road
Virginia Beach, VA 23462