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ARE 4.0 General Structures
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ARE 4.0 General Structures

Third session out of a series of eight; with Dilip Khatri.

When: 4/19/2014
1:30-4:30 PM
Where: AIAPF Chapter Office
555 S. Oak Knoll Ave.
Pasadena, CA  91101
United States
Presenter: Dilip Khatri
Contact: Zelda Wong

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Session 3 - General Structures

Each of the eight ARE lectures will occur at the AIA Chapter office, on alternating Saturday afternoons. The lectures will be followed by dinner and drinks with your fellow Emerging Professionals at various locations.

AIAPF is fortunate to have two qualified instructors supporting our Emerging Professional Programs. Bahram Badiyi has been teaching with us for the past ten years, and Dilip Khatri for the past three. Through their tutelage, we have been able to provide a robust educational program for our emerging professionals.

In 2013 the AIAPF Chapter received statewide recognition from the Academy of Emerging Professionals for our unique
approach that resulted in engagement from the community as well as the design arena.

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ARE 4.0 2014 Schedule


Saturday, April 19

1:30pm – 4:30pm



AIAPF Chapter Office

555 S. Oak Knoll Ave.

Pasadena, CA  91101


Associate Member $30
Non-Member $50
Student (w/ valid ID) $5

DINNER & DRINKS (5:00pm-7:00pm)

Congregation Ale House

300 S. Raymond Ave.



Khatri International

Professional Experience:  Thirty-one (31) years of civil engineering experience involving land development, subdivision, commercial, residential, multifamily, industrial, and educational facilities. Design, construction, and overall management of major infrastructure improvements comprising sewer, water, storm drain, flood control, and grading design.

Dr. Khatri has been working with Insurance Carriers over the past ten years involving various areas of casework:

Forensic Structural Engineering: Evaluation of property distress including fire, soil settlement, earthquake, wind, water,
explosions, and other environmental factors.

Structural Design/Engineering Reconstruction: Preparation of design plans to restore/rebuild the structure to its original preloss condition. Evaluation and value engineering to construct the structure efficiently.

Construction Cost Estimating and Project Management: Evaluation of the repair costs associated with the project, and
methods to streamline the delivery time of the finished product.

Geotechnical and Soils Issues: This includes soil subsidence, drainage, groundwater, and flood damage evaluation for cause and effect.

Earthquake/Seismic Evaluation of Existing Buildings and PML Reports: Evaluation of existing structures for seismic
deficiencies and Probable Maximum Loss Reports.

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