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Overcoming Volcanic Eruption Damage: How HDOT Kept Two State Highways Open

Overcoming Volcanic Eruption Damage: How HDOT Kept Two State Highways Open

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This presentation provides a detailed perspective of the nature of the damage to infrastructure caused by volcanic eruptions and the impact on daily public activities. The solutions shown to the engineering problems that arose illustrate how innovation and critical thinking are as important to the engineering profession as ever.
 
 
 
Presenter: Curtis A Beck, P.E., F.NSPE
Curtis Beck, P.E., FNSPE, a native of Ohio and resident of Hawaii since 1979, is a consultant and construction manager for Bowers and Kubota Consulting of Waipahu, Hawaii since 2015.  He is a retired  department manager for Hawaii Electric Light Company 1993-2013, has a BS in engineering physics from Washington University, and MS in mechanical engineering  from Stanford University.   Curtis has been a member of NSPE since 1981, has served in leadership roles at all levels chapter, state, and national, and currently serves on the NICET Board of Governors as Chairman. 
  
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