Updated 18 JUNE 2015
INVITE A FRIEND TO NEXT MONTH’s LUNCHEON!
Please invite a friend to tag along with you to the next monthly SAME luncheon.
You know the great benefits of belonging to SAME, so please share our great society with others that you know—co-workers, business associates, friends, relatives. All are welcome to attend our meetings and hopefully gain an appreciation for the wonderful benefits SAME has to offer! See you at a meeting soon!
June Lunch Meeting
Our guest speaker is: Jeremy Jewell, Principal Consultant, Trinity Consultants
Program: Top Ten Lessons Learned concerning Air Regulatory Compliance for Stationary Reciprocating Internal Combustion Engines (RICE)
Speaker Bio: Jeremy Jewell is a Principal Consultant with Trinity Consultants, and he manages Trinity’s Oklahoma City and Tulsa offices. Over his 15-year career, he has specialized in air quality issues - having managed hundreds of air quality permitting, regulatory compliance, control assessment, modeling, auditing, and training projects, and he has also served as an expert witness on an array of air pollution dispersion and deposition modeling issues. He is an instructor for several professional training courses, and is the author and primary instructor for the one-day course: Understanding Engines – Their Emissions and Your Compliance Requirements. Mr. Jewell has Bachelor of Science degree (magna cum laude) in mechanical engineering from the University of Arkansas.
Previous MEETing information
may Lunch Meeting
Our guest speaker is: Gene Brown, Director of Federal Programs,
Frankfurt, Short Bruza Associates, P.C.
Program: Maintenance Hangar Facility, Naval Air Station North Island, San Diego Bay, California which achieved LEED Gold.
This national award winning DoD project supports the aviation activities of three separate carrier based HSC squadrons. Primarily consisting of 112,000 SF of maintenance space for the MH-60 S/R aircraft and 23,000 SY of aircraft rated pavements, its design celebrates the rich history of the installation and its highly visual relationship with the City of San Diego. As chronicled in several recent publications, such as SAME's The Military Engineer, this project faced numerous challenges which required creative team solutions in order to maintain the tight schedule and budget. FSB, the AE of Record, will present the details of this project and share the solutions utilized to deliver this exceptional and one-of-a-kind facility.
Speaker: Gene Brown is a Principal with FSB architects engineers and planners. He brings direct Federal project experience including work with each branch of the Department of Defense at nation-wide locations. Gene has consistently worked with Federal clients to save valuable dollars evaluating scope, developing strategies to add value and provide for more efficient project delivery. Gene's passion for the architectural engineering profession along with his client centered focus has resulted in very high client feedback, exceptional ACASS ratings, multiple project awards and peer recognition. Gene is a licensed architectural engineer, a LEED(r) Accredited Professional and a member of the Society of American Military Engineers.
April Lunch Meeting
Our guest speaker is: Jason Watts, Director of Training
Development at Shawver & Son, Inc.
Program: Electrical Arc Flash Protection and Regulations
March Lunch Meeting
Our guest speaker is: Mr. Bede Ley, Chief of the Project Management Branch, 72d Civil Engineer Directorate, Tinker Air Force Base
Program: Tinker AFB’s Construction Program
January Lunch Meeting
Our guest speaker is: Kevin Weber, Project Manager for USACE
Program: Kevin will give a brief on the KC-46 initiative, including an overview of what is on-going and planned for Altus and Tinker AFB.