VIRGINIA BEACH, VA, October 18, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/
-- JES, a structural engineering company specializing in foundation systems, is an approved continuing education provider by the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES).
On October 2-4, 2012 JES hosted a free training seminar, an "Introduction to Helical Foundation Systems, Helical Soil Nails & Push Piers" worth 5 PDH for engineers, and 5 LU/CE for architects, real estate agents and other design professionals. The seminar was held in Herndon, Richmond and Norfolk, VA.
Over 200 professionals attended the seminar, which covered commercial and residential structural support technologies, applications, design, installation and terminology. In addition to free PDH/LU/CE credits, attendees received a technical manual, continental breakfast, lunch and seminar t-shirt.
"JES is pleased to be able to offer this free seminar to engineers, architects and other professionals about the choices available to them for deep foundation support systems; while also providing them with professional development hours to maintain their licensure," says Jesse Waltz, P.E. and owner of JES.
Other Learning Opportunities
JES also provides continuing education courses to real estate agents, home inspectors and architects throughout the Mid-Atlantic about the signs, symptoms and solutions for foundation failure. All courses are free of charge and more information can be found at http://www.JESwork.com or by contacting Eric Lackey at 877-JES-Work or firstname.lastname@example.org.
JES is a structural engineering solutions firm specializing in residential and commercial foundation repair, basement waterproofing systems, and crawl space moisture control systems. For more information contact us at 877-JES-WORK or at http://www.jeswork.com.---
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