On Monday, Sep 14 at noon the Chattanooga Engineers Club presents 3D Scanning Technology by MBI Companies Inc.
This is a virtual event and a joint meeting with ASCE Chattanooga and Associated General Contractors (AGC) of East Tennessee. Please register through Zoom here and you will receive the access information by email.
In the accelerating digital age, 3D building scanning is becoming the go-to tool for engineers seeking to reduce time and costs while increasing overall quality and accuracy in the design delivery. From future capacity planning, data capture, as-builts delivery, inventory tracking, and improved maintenance; 3D scanning offers a state-of-the-art non-contact, non-destructive process for converting a real-world object into a 3D model with significant engineering applications in today’s world.
In this interactive session, our speakers will provide guidance on:
Eddie Jett is a Structural Engineer and the CEO of MBI Companies Inc., a comprehensive architectural and engineering design firm. Eddie currently holds licenses of Structural Engineer (SE), and Professional Engineer (PE), and has been with MBI for 20 years. His experience ranges from manufacturing facilities engineering to the Engineer of Record for a multi-billion-dollar Chemical Plant Addition, partnering with international design professionals. Eddie holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Tennessee.
Scott Castleberry is a Civil Engineer and the Director of Operations for MBI Construction Services Inc., a full-service construction management, general contracting, design-build, program management and estimating services company. A licensed Professional Engineer (PE), Scott came to MBI after six years with The University of Tennessee Medical Center as Project Manager and Director of Facilities Planning & Construction Services. Scott has 20 years of experience with a highly diversified portfolio in the engineering and construction industry and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Tennessee.
Please see attached document provided by MBI - MBI Survey-Drone.pdf
One PDH hour credit will be made available to CEC members via the registration process.