Events


JUL
10

Public Works Forum: Data Management
July 10
11:45 AM – 1:00 PM
Cleveland, OH

Next month, LJB is hosting two collaboration session with municipal government leaders to discuss best practices for data management to better manage risk, organize infrastructure updates and complete capital improvement planning. We’re looking forward to connecting to share effective and efficient ways to deliver meaningful data analysis to help make better decisions for the benefit of the communities we serve.

Mark your calendar now and register to spend an hour with your colleagues and enjoy lunch, earn a PDH, and learn proven ways to improve your data management practices. Click Here to register. 


JUL
12

Public Works Forum: Data Management
July 12
11:45 AM – 1:00 PM
Charlotte, NC

Next month, LJB is hosting two collaboration session with municipal government leaders to discuss best practices for data management to better manage risk, organize infrastructure updates and complete capital improvement planning. We’re looking forward to connecting to share effective and efficient ways to deliver meaningful data analysis to help make better decisions for the benefit of the communities we serve.

Mark your calendar now and register to spend an hour with your colleagues and enjoy lunch, earn a PDH, and learn proven ways to improve your data management practices. Click Here to register.


AUG
07

ASSP Safety
August 7-9
Denver, CO

We’re attending ASSP Safety Conference & Expo! Visit LJB Engineering at booth #1353.

You can also catch multiple presentations from LJB experts:

  • LJB Project Manager Jake Williams, P.E., CSP and UCOR EHS Manager Christopher Thursby will co-present a case study on developing a comprehensive fall protection program.
  • LJB Safety Expert Thom Kramer, P.E., CSP and Saudi Aramco OE & Compliance Coordinator Abdullah Al-Ghamdi will co-present on safety within complex global projects.
  • LJB Safety Expert Thom Kramer, P.E., CSP, LJB Safety Operations Manager of Products will be on an ANSI Z359 panel presentation with Jessica Bunting, MPH from the Center for Construction Research and Training and Michael Overholt, CSP, ARM, CIT, CRIS of the American Contractors Insurance Group.

Learn more or register here.


SEP
21

AIA Houston Sandcastle Competition
September 21
Galveston, TX

Our Houston team will be a part of this fundraising competition for AIA Houston and ARCH Foundation. Competing teams will sculpt sand into castles with hopes of winning the prestigious Gold Bucket Award. Learn more here.


SEP
24

Competent Person Fall Protection Training
September 24-26
Washington, DC

LJB Inc. offers this 3-day competent person training program for anyone who develops or impacts a fall protection policy or program, influences facility or production modifications, or purchases equipment. Participants are provided with the knowledge and skill to solve fall protection issues before they arise. The course complies with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ EM-385 requirements, including interactive instruction and at least 8 hours of hands-on practical application training. Attendees will acquire the tools required to become certified OSHA competent persons and the skills to develop and implement a comprehensive, cost effective and attainable fall protection program. Learn more and register here.


OCT
03

Texas Society of Architects
October 3-5
Houston, TX

Our Houston team will be attending the Texas Society of Architects’ 85th Annual Conference & Design Expo. We are excited to be among thousands of industry professionals during this three-day experience. Learn more here.


OCT
08

NAIOP CRE. Converge
October 8-10
Las Vegas, NV

NAIOP’s fall conference. Learn more and register here.


DEC
10

Competent Person Fall Protection Training
December 10-12
Charlotte, NC

LJB Inc. offers this 3-day competent person training program for anyone who develops or impacts a fall protection policy or program, influences facility or production modifications, or purchases equipment. Participants are provided with the knowledge and skill to solve fall protection issues before they arise. The course complies with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ EM-385 requirements, including interactive instruction and at least 8 hours of hands-on practical application training. Attendees will acquire the tools required to become certified OSHA competent persons and the skills to develop and implement a comprehensive, cost effective and attainable fall protection program. Learn more and register here.