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Wednesday, March 20, 2013

March Program Lunch-Chris Bilich, Aguirre Fields

12:30 PM - 02:00 PM Eastern Standard Time

March Program Lunch, Speaker, Chris Bilich from Aguirre Fields at Maggiano's Littly Italy in The Domain

March Program Lunch

11:30 Registration, 12:00-1:00 Program 

The WTS – Heart of Texas Chapter is honored to present Mr. Chris Bilich, Director of Construction Services at Aguirre & Fields, as our featured speaker for our March 2013 luncheon program. Mr. Bilich will discuss Construction Management.

A transportation project is a living entity - an asset that is constructed and maintained – designed to last for an expected service life.  In this presentation, Mr. Bilich will explore how the Construction Management and Inspection team directly influences the build quality of a project and affects its service life.  He will cover specific inspection techniques and deliverables that his teams have implemented to increase the usable life of a transportation asset.

Mr. Bilich, a Texas native with a Master of Science in Structural Engineering and a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin, is a licensed Professional Engineer in Texas and Louisiana.  He is a Construction Manager, specializing in the management and contract administration of major transportation construction projects.  Chris is the Director of Construction Services for Aguirre & Fields LP, a transportation engineering firm with three offices in Texas.  During the past 14 years, Chris has served as a Construction Inspector, Senior Inspector, Senior Field Representative, Resident Engineer, and Project Manager on bridge and road projects located throughout the southern United States ranging in size from $3 million to $800 million in construction costs.
Registration Deadline March 18 at 9am http://www.wtsevents.org/chapter/HeartofTexas/

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