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TRAINING: December 7, 2023, 9:00AM - 11:00AM PT
CALTAP annouces the latest in a series of courses in sustainable engineering training, which focuses on measuring and reducing the carbon footprint of construction projects.
Reducing the environmental impacts of construction contributes to sustainability and positively impacts climate change. Reducing a project's carbon footprint—the amount of greenhouse gases (GHGs) emitted into the atmosphere—and minimizing its impact on the nautral habitat, are key to increasing sustainability and minimizing climate change.
GHG Emissions & Mitigations in Construction Projects is the second in a series of Sustainable Engineering Training Academy (SETA) modules specifically designed for transportation and construction engineers, planners, and project managers to identify and reduce the environmental impacts of construction projects and roadway development.
Seating is limited to maximize training interactivity, register now to secure your spot!
Dr. Hamid Rahai is founding director of the Center for Energy & Environmental Research & Services (CEERS) and a professor at CSULB’s Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering and Biomedical Engineering departments.
Dr. Rahai is owner/co-owner of several patents in wind energy, reducing ambient NOx of diesel and CNG engines, and reducing the drag of airfoils at subsonic and transonic speeds.
The Sustainable Engineering Training Academy (SETA) provides transportation and construction engineering communities with module-based training in the areas of green buildings, environmental impacts of construction, and structural health monitoring systems.
Taught by industry and academic experts, participants gain practical knowledge in specific demanding areas of their industry for career enhancements and improvements.
"There can be no doubt that the transportation sector is the most critical sector of our economy."
— Robert Brady
California LTAP supports local public transportation agencies across the state by providing professional training, technical assistance, knowledge transfer, and worksite best practices and innovations that help them plan, manage, and maintain their roadway infrastructure.
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