The practice of forensic engineering is most successful when issues are addressed through collaboration among disciplines. When owners, insurance professionals, attorneys, scientists, architects, engineers and other design professionals work together to understand the issues, they can find answers and present sound arguments supporting their opinions to resolve disputes. Frequently, engineers can benefit from the experience of engineers from other disciplines, materials scientists, architects, and financial, loss, and scheduling experts. What better venue than the Mile High City for elevating forensic engineering through collaboration!
Top 10 Reasons to Attend
- Elevate your practice by learning from the experience of others and attending workshops led by industry experts.
- Form new relationships and renew existing contacts in the forensic engineering community and among collaborating professionals in related disciplines.
- Learn about failures that may be relevant to your work.
- Earn up to 21 PDHs.
- Get updated on legal issues impacting forensic engineering.
- Learn and understand the causes of various design and construction mishaps, from performance failures to catastrophic collapses.
- Meet talented national and international professionals and researchers who have extensive experience in forensic investigations.
- Broaden your knowledge base to improve your marketability or to share with co-workers.
- Enjoy the splendid Denver atmosphere while taking in its sites and world-class amenities.
- Earn ample continuing education credits while attending topics of interest.
Convince Your Boss
As a civil engineering professional, you know you can find the latest information, innovations, and technologies when you attend ASCE conferences. You also know that to be competitive, you must constantly fine-tune your skills, find new ways to cut costs, streamline processes, and drive change.
- Program: Identify specific courses that are beneficial to your company and calculate the PDHs you can earn toward maintaining your license.
- Expenses: Register as early as possible to take advantage of early bird prices and book your accommodations through our room block to maximize savings and enhance your networking experience.
- Share: Demonstrate what you have learned by sharing with your colleagues in a post-conference presentation.
- Request Letter: Download and customize this template (DOCX) to request approval for your attendance.