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A Half-Day Seminar on “Slope Stabilisation Solution and Retaining Wall System Application”

Good day to all IEM (Southern Branch) members, 
 
Referring to the subject above, kindly find the enclosed flyer on the upcoming event:
 
A Half-Day Seminar on “Slope Stabilisation Solution and Retaining Wall System Application
which will be held on 26th May 2018 (Saturday) at The Grand Paragon Hotel, Johor Bahru. 
 
Time: 9.00 a.m. - 12.00 p.m. (8.30 a.m. - Registration)
Speaker:  Ir. Bryan Lee Chee Boon, Maccaferri (M) Sdn Bhd
 
 
BEM approved CPD/PDP hours: 3.0
 
Ref. No. IEM18/SB/184/S
 
Synopsis
 
Soil erosion because of slope instability is a chronic issue nowadays, undermining local environment and human settlements. The unpredictability of rainfall and adverse weather events make the environment increasingly vulnerable, jeopardizing human activities, interrupting roads and railway links; the economic impacts can be significant. Hydrogeological hazards with greater frequency fill the headlines today. Taking action to protect and stabilize unstable slopes and the soils upon them is by now an essential component of territorial planning: the stability of grounds upon how much of human activity is something that we can’t take for granted anymore.
The construction industry is the top global consumer of raw materials, contributing 25% to 30% world’s carbon emissions. Therefore, sustainable option on retaining wall is crucial for the client to minimizing concrete and steel structures on their system, at the same time, to increase cost effectiveness and performances on construction lead times. Public awareness regarding requirements on environmental quality solution is dramatically increasing, less concrete more green solutions based is implemented in most of the development scheme as nowadays trends, sustainable engineering solution on retaining wall system becoming equally important on reducing carbon imprint emission, with the option to green and eliminate concrete usage.
 
 
The construction industry is the top global consumer of raw materials, contributing 25% to 30% world’s carbon emissions. Therefore, sustainable option on retaining wall is crucial for the client to minimizing concrete and steel structures on their system, at the same time, to increase cost effectiveness and performances on construction lead times. Public awareness regarding requirements on environmental quality solution is dramatically increasing, less concrete more green solutions based is implemented in most of the development scheme as nowadays trends, sustainable engineering solution on retaining wall system becoming equally important on reducing carbon imprint emission, with the option to green and eliminate concrete usage.
 
Biodata Speaker  
 
 
Ir. Bryan Lee Chee Boon holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) from University of Malaya in 2005. After his graduation, he joined an engineering consultancy firm, namely G&P Geotechnicas Sdn Bhd from 2005 to 2011 and was promoted as Senior Geotechnical Engineer in 2009 .He acquired his Professional Engineer in 2010. His key experiences during his engineering consultancy were mainly in Geotechnical fields, i.e. design & analysis of deep foundation, slope strengthening, retaining wall, ground treatment, temporary works for deep excavation & etc. He had also published a few technical papers and involved in the study of Eurocode EC7 National Annex development for driven & bored piles design.
 
 
Participant Fee
 
 
 
Grade
Online
Normal
IEM Corporate Members  
RM 50.00
RM 60.00
IEM Graduate Members
RM 40.00
RM 50.00
IEM Student Members 
  RM 40.00 RM 50.00
Non IEM Member  
RM 100.00
RM 120.00
 
 Closing Date: 23rd May 2018
 
For ONLINE REGISTRATION, payment MUST BE MADE VIA ONLINE PAYMENT(bank-in the participant fees into the Institution’s Maybank Current Account :No. 5-013920-15708) before the closing date.
 
Limited seats available on a "first come first served" basis. Kindly return the Reply Slip to the IEM (SB) office before 23rd May 2018 together with a non-refundable cheque for the participant fees made payable to The Institution of Engineers, Malaysia (Southern Branch).  Alternatively, you could bank-in the participant fees into the Institution’s Maybank Current Account (No. 5-013920-15708), and to facsimile both the Bank-in and Reply Slips to the Institution.  The Institution requests all members co-operation in ensuring fees are paid in advance to the seminar.  Please also be reminded that fees will not be refunded to absent participants who have paid, and to also note that all reservations must be paid despite participant cancellations.
 
Thank you for your continuous support of the Institution,
 
 
 
Best Regards,
 
Hon. Secretary of IEM (Southern Branch)


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