Meeting/Event Information

 

2020 

All Monthly Meetings are held via Zoom until further notice with advance registration required.  Once the detalis for each program are known, a registration link will appear below and will also be emailed out to members and non-members on file.

October 22, 2020 - Topic to be announced

December 3, 2020 - Topic to be announced

 

 

Join Us for Our Next Monthly Dinner Meeting with Education Program -- Foundation Problems and Repairs and Cured In Place Pipe

January 23, 2020
5:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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HILTON GARDEN INN
450 Totten Pond Road
Waltham, MA 02451
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Join us for ...

A Roundtable Discussion, Foundation Problems and Repair and Cured in Place Pipe!

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:  

1) Roundtable Discussion facilitated by Morgan Cohen, Education Chair
“Present one thing that has been working (or decidedly not working) in your business” -  this could range from discussion about management software, inspection software, lead generation, social media, retirement planning, employees, and a host of other topics. This round table is sure to generate interest and ideas on how to build your business and reflect on what types of services, products, and strategies have helped others.

2) Foundation Problems and Repairs
Atlas Systems of New England is a family owned and operated foundation repair company. We specialize in home stabilization, crack repairs, structural support and helical piers. We will look at common signs of settling as well as repair methods.

About Our Speaker: Andrew Geisser is a product manager at Atlas. A graduate of the New England Institute of Technology with a degree in construction management, he has worked in the construction field for 13 years.

3) Cured in Place Pipes
As a trenchless technology, CIPP does not require excavation to rehabilitate a pipeline that is either leaking or structurally unsound. Depending upon design considerations an excavation may be made, but the liner is often installed through a manhole or other existing access point. CIPP has a smooth interior and no joints. While CIPP can repair a pipe with bends, special design considerations must be taken into account to prevent wrinkling and stretching. CIPP can effectively reduce infiltration and leaks in pipeline systems without digging. Perma-Liner Industries is a manufacturer of CIPP (Cured in Place Pipe).

About Our Speaker: For 7 years John Yergey was a  Regional Sales Manager for Perma-Liner Industries covering  Florida, Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina and North Carolina. In 2016, 2017 and 2018 he was awarded Perma-Liner Top Salesman of the Year. Currently John is U.S. Business Development Manager.

Program Approved for 3 CEUs in MA, NH and CT and for 3 CEs by ASHI 

COST and Registration Deadlines: 

The EARLY BIRD cost for ASHI-New England dues paid Members is $50, and it expires at 11 PM on Thursday, January 16. The EARLY BIRD fee for Massachusetts State Trainees and Associates is $35. The Non-Member fee is $75. After January 16, the cost is $75 for ALL. Online and advance registration ends at 5:00 p.m. Monday, January20.

Advance reservations are required! We regret that walk-ins cannot be guaranteed a seat or a meal.

MA Home Inspector Trainees
Are you or someone you know a MA home inspector trainee (not yet licensed) and not yet a chapter member?  If so, you may register for $35 and indicate your status on your form(s). Trainees who register after the early-bird deadline will be subject to the higher ($75) fee just like all others.  

I look forward to greeting you at the Hilton Garden Inn in Waltham, MA on January 23.

Morgan Cohen, ASHI-NE Education Committee Chairman

 

Reservations are required. It helps our planning if we know you're coming!

Tickets

$75.00 Members and Retired Members
$50.00 Earlybird rate before January 17

$75.00 Affiliate Members
$50.00 Earlybird rate before January 17

$35.00 Home Inspector Trainees/Associate Inspectors

$75.00 General Public, Non-Member Home Inspectors