Ministry of Highways & Infrastructure

invites you to thier annual golf tournmant

August 18, 2017

Murray Golf Course



2017 Canadian Utilities & Critical Infrastructure Information & Communications Technology Conference

Sepetember 26 – 28, 2017

Location: Delta Regina Hotel, Regina, SK
1919 Saskatchewan Dr, Regina, SK S4P 4H2, Canada

Regina, Saskatchewan 

Join your peers at the only Canadian conference dedicated to the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) of utilities and critical infrastructure owner/operators, September 26-28, in Regina, Saskatchewan.


Highlights of the conference this year include:

  • Utility and Critical Infrastructure Owner / Operator private workshop.
  • Increased content relating to IT/Enterprise systems
  • Access to Federal Government regulator and policy developers.
  • Peer delivered case studies and panel sessions dedicated to current and emerging technology applications, operation and strategies.
  • Dual track learning sessions allow participants to attend sessions that are the most aligned to their interests.
  • Vendor and peer networking opportunities.
  • Exhibit floor demonstrations and much more!



IEEE South Saskatchewan Section is pleased to present the seminar:

"Grounding Systems for High Voltage Facilities"


Mr. Carl Moller

When: Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Time: 12 – 4:00pm (pizza lunch at noon -- presentation starts at 1:30pm)

Where: ED 209, University of Regina, Main Campus



RES ANNUAL Golf Tournament & AGM

June 9, 2017 @  Murray Golf Course

Progressive start @ 11am, AGM @ 5pm, BBQ @ 6pm

Green fees and BBQ prices:

Members & Students: $65 & $23

Non-members:  $70 & $23

registration form & poster


The Regina Geotechnical Group presents:

Geotechnical Program Overview - Provincial Prioritization and Last Mountain Lake

 Thursday, 18 May 2017

12:00 PM to 1:30 PM (CST)

click to register

TOPIC: Managing Slope Instability Risk - A Utility’s Perspective

SaskEnergy owns and operates an extensive natural gas transmission and distribution system in Saskatchewan. A risk-based approach is used by SaskEnergy to manage the potential safety and reliability impacts of slope instability on its infrastructure, and consequently on its customers. This seminar will review some of the solutions that SaskEnergy has worked to develop in concert with external expertise to detect, monitor, and mitigate risk in active slope movement areas. The discussion will include the use of varied assessment methods (InSAR Satellite monitoring, aerial photos, LiDAR, etc.) and learnings from responding to extreme movement experienced over the past three years in the Last Mountain Lake area.


Matthew Dipple, B.A.Sc., Engineer-in-Training 

Matthew Dipple received a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Systems Engineering from the University of Regina in 2014. He works as a contractor in SaskEnergy’s Distribution Integrity group where he helps with the development and administration of SaskEnergy’s geotechnical risk management program. When not at work, Matthew can be found enjoying the Great Outdoors with family and friends, making music, or dreaming up fix-it projects.

Kent Schoenroth, B.A.Sc., P.Eng.

Kent Schoenroth received a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Systems Engineering from the University of Regina in 2002. Kent spent the first nine years of his career working in the manufacturing sector designing custom mechanical products for large industrial customers. He joined SaskEnergy’s System Integrity Department in 2011 and is currently working as the Manager of Distribution Integrity. Outside of work, Kent likes to keep active and enjoys outdoor adventures with his wife and three young children.


Annual RES Horizon's Dinner

Conexus Arts Centre

Theatre Lobby

Monday, May 15, 2017

$60/person or $400 for a table of 8

*All tickets must be purchased in advance


Tickets available at

Featuring Keynote Speaker: Rod Schmidt, and Thomas Moore

Regina Revitalization Initiative - Mosaic Stadium - City of Regina

Cocktails: 5pm

Dinner: 6pm

Program: 7pm

poster and meal selection

Call for Nominations - RES Awards

RES Volunteer Service Award - The purpose of this award is to recognize a Professional Engineer who is a member of the Regina Engineering Society and who shows a dedication to the improvement our society/community through their volunteer efforts.

Engineering Excellence Award  The purpose of this award is to recognize a Professional Engineer who is a member of the Regina Engineering Society and who demonstrates outstanding leadership and technical ability over the course of their career and/or who has demonstrated leadership and technical expertise on a significant project.

Engineer In Training Award - The purpose of this award is to recognize an Engineer-in-Training member of the Regina Engineering Society who demonstrates passion, promise and dedication to the profession of Engineering in the early years of their careers. 

form available here or under "Awards and Scholarships"


RES Annual IMAX Experience

Sunday, April 30,  2017

Dream Big  1pm

Enjoy an afternoon out and watch the IMAX film on behalf of the RES.

Please RSVP to

before April 21

Seats are limited. Sign up early!


The Regina Geotechncial Group invites you to the following event:


Risk Assessment in Geotechnical Engineering


Tuesday, 11 April 2017

12:00 PM to 2:00 PM (CST)

Best Western Seven Oaks 777 Albert Street Regina, SK S4R 2P6 Canada

TOPIC: Risk Assessment in Geotechnical Engineering

Geotechnical engineering has seen a rapid growth of interest in risk assessment methodologies. This seems a logical evolution since soils and rocks are among the most variable of all engineering materials and geotechnical engineers must often make do with materials they are dealt with at any particular site. A probabilistic analysis may lead to a “probability of failure”, as opposed to the traditional “factor of safety”, representing a fundamental shift in the way engineers need to think about the suitability of their designs. The seminar will review some of the benefits and potential pitfalls of these different approaches and describe some introductory methods of probabilistic analysis.

PRESENTER DETAILS: Dr. Vaughan Griffiths, , Ph.D., D.Sc., P.E., D.GE., FICE, FASCE, Colorado School of Mines

Dr. Vaughan Griffiths completed his Master’s degree at UC Berkeley and Doctoral degrees at the University of Manchester, UK. He was a Senior Lecturer at the University of Manchester, UK, before moving to his current position as Professor of Civil Engineering at the Colorado School of Mines, USA, where his primary research interests lie in application of finite element and risk assessment methodologies in civil engineering. He has written over 300 research papers, including some of the most highly cited in geotechnical engineering research literature. He is the co-author of three textbooks that have gone into multiple editions, including the Chinese language Programming the Finite Element Method, 5th edition, Wiley (2014), Risk Assessment in Geotechnical Engineering, Wiley (2008) and Numerical Methods for Engineers, 2nd edition, Chapman & Hall/CRC (2006). He gives regular short courses for practitioners on risk and finite element applications in geotechnical engineering, with courses already scheduled for 2017 in Canada, Australia, Columbia and Norway. Dr. Griffiths is a former ASCE Director and is currently an editor of Computers and Geotechnics, on the Advisory Panel of Géotechnique and on the Editorial Board of Georisk.

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Canadian Society for Civil Engineering

South Saskatchewan Section Event

Technical Lunch Presentations

Title:      The Regina Bypass Project – Innovative Interchanges

Presenter:           Tim Whitfield, CIMA       

Travelodge Hotel, Albert Street

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Lunch – 12:00 PM

     Presentation – 12:25 PM

Cost:  Members - $15,  Non-members - $20,  Students CSCE Members - $10,  Students Non-CSCE Members $15

Please RSVP to Brent Miller,


Regina Geotechncial Group presents:

Groundwater Information at Water Security Agency (WSA)

 Wednesday, 22 March 2017

12:00 PM to 1:30 PM (CST)

Best Western Seven Oaks
777 Albert Street
Regina, SK S4R 2P6

TOPIC: Groundwater Information at Water Security Agency (WSA)

The Saskatchewan Water Security Agency (WSA) is responsible for managing the Province’s water supply, protecting water quality, ensuring safe drinking water, regulating wastewater treatment, ownership and management of provincial dams, flood and drought damage reduction, protection of aquatic habitat and regulation of surface and groundwater.
The WSA groundwater unit provides technical support in the regulation of non-domestic wells and other groundwater works. The unit provides information to the public such as locations of potential groundwater resources in the Province, information on well yields, water well construction, information on the maintenance and decommissioning of water wells, and hydrogeological expertise to other units within WSA and government ministries.
WSA’s groundwater mapping program provides important information on the spatial extent and distribution of potential groundwater resources in Saskatchewan. Initiated by the Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) in the 1960’s, hydrostratigraphic mapping delineates and differentiates the glacial geology and hydrogeology of Saskatchewan.
The presentation will provide a description of the geological and hydrogeological information at the WSA and a discussion in the history of groundwater mapping in Saskatchewan.


PRESENTER DETAILS: Kei Lo, Manager Groundwater Services, Water Security Agency

Kei Lo is the Manager of Groundwater Services at the Water Security Agency. He has degrees from the University of Saskatchewan and a masters in Environmental Engineering from the University of Regina. He has been working for the Water Security Agency for 14 years.


Calling All Girls!

A special night of inspiration, exploration, and innovation! March 10th, 2017 6:00pm – 9:00pm

APEGS is pleased to partner with the Saskatchewan Science Centre on the first Girls' Night Out! For more information, please refer to the detailed event description on the Saskatchewan Science Centre website:



Lorne Mlotek BASc., LEED AP BD+C, O+,

Leading Green, President

invites all RES members to become LEED Accreditied

Leading Green trains professionals to be prepared to sit for their LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) accreditation exams and is coming back to Saskatchewan to host a couple of workshops in preparation for changes in the new version 4 of LEED.

Sustainability cannot be left out of the equation and LEED certification is the premier designation to stay current and marketable in the built-environment.


Saskatoon - LEED Green Associate (GA)


March 4th 20171:00PM to 5:00 PM

University of Saskatchewan – Agriculture Building – Room 1E85 -




Regina - LEED Green Associate (GA)


March 6th 2017:00PM to 10:00 PM

University of Regina – RIC – Room 208 -




Interested in getting involved in the Green Building and sustainability Industry? Opportunities are plentiful and passing your LEED professional designation is required to get involved!


LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is simply a green-rating point system to certify a building’s sustainability. Just as Buildings can be LEED certified, students and professional can become LEED Accredited themselves.  The LEED Green Associate (GA) credential is the only professional designation used to market yourself to employers and clients and show you have certified knowledge in the green building industry.


To date, this course and its materials have proven to be instrumental in helping over 7000 students pass their exam at a 100% pass rate and does not require any specific background. This course is offered at a quarter of the price and time as the competition and it never expires!


RES invites you to attend our 2nd annual


Divots, 6823 Rochdale Blvd


Thursday, February 23, 2017

only 28 spots available

FREE to all RES members and 1 guest

Must bring your own golf clubs (rentals are not available)

Register by email:


Regina Geotechnical Society presents the following event:

Advanced UAV Technology for Geomatics and Inspection

Presenter - Colin Hubick

February 10, 2017

Friday, 10 February 2017 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM (CST)2:00 PM to 1:30 PM (CST)

Best Western Seven Oaks 777 Albert Street Regina, SK S4R 2P6 Canada

tickets are $20; $10 for students

Colin Hubick has worked extensively as a technologist in various industries including Architecture, Engineering, Film and Television. He has also supplied Software and Hardware development services to many tech companies related to UAV mapping, Film and Television. Colin has worked extensively in the advertising and marketing industry as well.

With over 30 years of RC and UAV experience Colin is a certified UAV pilot, and holds a blanket SFOC from Transport Canada for commercial UAV use in Canada. In addition Colin has also completed the necessary aviation ground school required by Transport Canada. One of Colin’s latest achievements was the planning and implementation of the UAV mapping and 3D Laser Scanning of Kerrobert Saskatchewan.

With more than a decade experience in emerging technological trends, Colin is one of Canada's leading authorities in RED Camera technologies, digital imaging, UAV mapping and Photogrammetry. He is a specialist in film post production and media development and his skill sets have been widely used on many Feature Films and Commercial Productions.

As a post-production supervisor, Colin demonstrates expertise in 3D animation, composting, camera matching/tracking and editing. His technical skills are matched by the creative synergies he presents as both a camera operator and director of photography specializing in film and television production.


The South Sask CSCE Section is pleased to host another noon presentation concerning the Regina Bypass

Technical Lunch Presentation

The Regina Bypass – Activities Completed To-Date

Presented by: Martin Rowland, Associated Engineering

Travelodge Hotel, Albert Street South

Thursday, November 24, 2016

Lunch – 12:00 PM

Presentation – 12:25 PM

Members - $15 & Non-members - $20

Students CSCE Members - $10 & Students Non-CSCE Members $15

Please RSVP to


The Regina Public Library presents:

Take Action on Radon,  Saskatchewan Coalition

Regina North Albert Public Library

331 Albert STteet

Nov 19th


You may pre-register at  or take your chances at the door


APEGS presents

Continuing Professional Development Program

November 7, 2016

APEGS Boardroom

300 -  4581 Parliament Avenue Regina SK  S4W 0G3


lunch will be provided

please RSVP to


Regina Geotechnical Group presents:

 Evaluating liquefaction in finely interbedded sand, silt and clay deposits

Wednesday, October 26, 2016


Seven Oaks, 777 Albert St

Admission: $20, $10 for Students, (Includes Buffet Lunch)

The Regina Geotechnical Group is pleased to host the Cross Canada Lecture Series.  This fall's speaker is Dr. Ross Boulanger of the University of California, Davis.  Dr. Boulanger will present the following topic:

Evaluating liquefaction in finely interbedded sand, silt and clay deposits

Abstract: Current liquefaction evaluation procedures have a tendency to over-predict liquefaction effects in finely inter-bedded sand, silt and clay deposits. The nature and extent of this apparent bias are illustrated using case histories, and the potential reasons discussed. Three related research projects are then described.
The performance of the Cark Canal in the 1999 Kocaeli earthquake is re-examined using one-dimensional CPT-based liquefaction vulnerability indices and nonlinear deformation analyses with spatially correlated stochastic models; the results illustrate the importance of spatial variability to field performance and the inherent limitations in 1D LVI methods. The relationship between cyclic strength and cone penetration resistance in low-plasticity fine-grained soils is examined using laboratory testing and simulated cone penetration resistances; the results provide insights on potential biases in existing liquefaction triggering models. An axisymmetric direct cone penetration model is developed for use with the MIT-S1 constitutive model and its capabilities illustrated by simulating penetration resistance in anisotropic clay. Future research needs and recommended practices for evaluating liquefaction effects in finely interbedded sand, silt and clay deposits are discussed.


RES presents

Beer & Billiards Night

Come out and meet the executive

Broken Rack, Golden Mile

Wednesday, October 19, 2016


RES members, U of R students and guests are welcome to attend.  Must be 19 years of age

Includes FREE pool, FREE Appy's and 1 FREE BEER

see poster


The Canadian Society for Civil Engineering


Canadian Infrastructure Report Card National Tour

Facts about our Municipal Infrastructure and Ideas to make it Sustainable

October 4, 2016

12 noon

Travelodge Hotel on South Albert

  $20 for non-members and $15 for Members

  contact Brent Miller at

Samuel Castaño

Canada’s latest Infrastructure Report Card (CIRC) was released in January 2016. The CIRC project is the continuation of a collaboration struck in 2012 between the Canadian Construction Association (CCA), the Canadian Public Works Association (CPWA), the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering (CSCE) and the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM). The 2016 edition also received support from the Canadian Urban Transit Association (CUTA) as well as the Federal-Provincial/Territorial Sport, Physical Activity and Recreation Committee.

The Report Card provides comprehensive, scientifically based, and standardized information on the inventory, condition and asset management practices of Canada’s core public infrastructure. It is intended to assist policy-makers, asset owners and managers in their infrastructure asset management, planning and decision-making. The total value of core municipal infrastructure in Canada was estimated to be $1.1 trillion, one-third of which was identified as being in fair, poor or very poor condition. This infrastructure represents a call for action – and governments at all levels seemed primed to respond with significant investments in a range of infrastructure systems across Canada.

The speakers present a detailed overview of the CIRC process and results and provide some ideas for how we can engineer our infrastructure to make sure it can be sustained over the long term.

Guy Félio Ph.D, P.Eng., FCSCE, is R.V. Anderson’s Infrastructure and Facilities Management (IFM) Group Leader and an infrastructure management specialist. Dr. Félio has more than 30 years of experience in the area of municipal engineering and management as a university professor, researcher, consultant and policy advisor. During his career at the National Research Council, he led the Urban Infrastructure Research group, focusing on technological and management improvements such as InfraGuide. He was a City Councilor in Clarence-Rockland (ON) from 2010 to 2014. He authored the first Canadian Infrastructure Report Card published in 2012.

Nick Larson MEPP, P.Eng. is a consulting engineer with GM BluePlan Engineering where he works with municipalities on a variety of asset management and infrastructure planning initiatives. Nick represented the CSCE on the Project Steering Committee (PSC) that developed the 2016 Canadian Infrastructure Report Card. Through his role with the PSC, he helped to shape both the survey that was used to collect infrastructure data from municipalities, as well as the structure of the 2016 CIRC.

Presented by Guy Félio, R. V. Anderson Associates Limited Nick Larson, GM BluePlan Engineering Limited


 RES ANNUAL Golf Tournament



 entry form



Regina Geotechnical Group 

presents the following event: Introduction to EPS Geofoam

Monday, 6 June 2016

12:00 PM to 1:30 PM (CST)

Lunch is FREE compliments of Plastifab

Best Western Seven Oaks 777 Albert Street Regina, SK S4R 2P6 Canada


Speaker – W. James (Jim) Whalen, P. Eng., MCSCE

The presentation provides an introduction to the successful use of expanded polystyrene (EPS) geofoam in geotechnical applications over the last 40 years.

The first portion of the presentation provides a general introduction to EPS types and material properties when used as an insulation material or a lightweight fill material and highlights key material properties is provided. The presentation then focuses on EPS geofoam applications for infrastructure construction and building construction highlighting applicable material properties for each application. Key design principles for EPS geofoam use will be reviewed. The presentation reviews five project profiles for EPS geofoam applications demonstrating successful use, highlighting application details and challenges addressed for each project.

The final portion of the presentation will provide guidance on additional technical reference documents that can be used for design purposes on EPS geofoam applications for highway construction.

Chick here for details


Annual RES Horizon's Dinner

Monday, May 16, 2016

Connexus Arts Centre

Cocktails: 5pm

Dinner: 6pm

Program: 7pm


Served plated meal:

Blended greens with tomato, cucumber and ranch style house dressing


Cream of broccoli with cheddar soup

Entrée Selection (select one of the following)

Herb crusted salmon and caper beurre blanc sauce


Beef tenderloin (7oz) with gorgonzola cream sauce


Carrot cake with cream cheese frosting


Meals are accompanied by fresh baked rolls, medley of vegetables and roasted potatoes.

Regular and decaffeinated coffee as well as regular and herbal teas.

Keynote: David Stearns, Executive Director Major Projects, Regina Bypass Project

$60/ticket or $400 for a table of 8
Must be purchased in advance
see poster


CSCE is hosting a technical presentation:

Regina Bypass – Work Done to Date by Martin Rowland, Associated Engineering

May 4, 2016

Travelodge South Albert Street

12 noon

Cost is $10 for CSCE members and students; $15 for non members

Please contact Brent Miller at or 787-2735 if you wish to attend


RES Annual IMAX Experience

Sunday April 17, 2016


Enjoy an evening out and watch the IMAX film on behalf of the RES.

Please RSVP to

before April 3

Seat are limited. Sign up early!

see poster



RES invites you to attend


Divots, 6823 Rochdale Blvd


Thursday, March 31, 2016

only 28 spots available

FREE to all RES members and 1 guest

Register by email:




RESS, Saskatchewan Scholastic Chess Association and the Chess and Math Association


2016 Scholastic Chess National Challenge

University of Regina

May 22-23, 2016

This event will bring all the best junior chess players (Grade 1 to Grade 12) from ten provinces and their families to Regina, SK for at least three days with approximate three hundred persons in total. The event of 2016 Scholastic Chess National Challenge will showcase the city of Regina and the province of Saskatchewan to the most talented students and junior chess players from ten provinces in Canada.

This will be the first year that this important national event is held in Saskatchewan. All of the other provinces have hosted this event, many of them multiple times. Chess is extremely important for the development of young minds. Many provinces recognize that by teaching chess in school. There is no gender bias in chess. Your brains are what matter, not your strength. Countless studies have shown the academic benefits to students who play chess, and by promoting chess, this will help to build support for more chess to be played in Regina and Saskatchewan. That will improve the academic performance of Regina students especially math, science and logic thinking. And it will help to reduce crime as chess teaches every player that every action has a consequence. The ability to understand consequences helps to reduce crime.

Xiangning (Simon) Li, the treasurer of Saskatchewan Scholastic Chess Association (SSCA) and is also an executive of RES. He invites all that are interested in chess to spectate. Sponsorship opportunities are also requested. Gold sponsorship is $1000 or more. Silver sponsorship is $500 to $999. Bronze sponsorship is $200 to $499. Sponsors will be recognized as a contributor to the event in the booklet given to every player; it will be also announced at the event. It will show the generosity and hospitality of Saskatchewan engineers and people.

Please contact him if you have any question or need more information about this national chess challenge. He can be reached at (306) 993-1037 or email

clich HERE for more info or to register


The Regina Geotechnical Group


Relationship among creep, secondary consolidation and stress relaxation using a simple viscous model and incorporating the effects of the rigidity of the testing system

Event to be held at the following time, date, and location:

Wednesday, 16 March 2016 from 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM (CST)

Best Western Seven Oaks

777 Albert Street Regina, SK S4R 2P6 Canada

Speaker: Dr. Gilberto Alexandre, PhD, P.Eng

Time and rate effects can significantly impact the design of structures involving soils and rocks. In this talk, results of special oedometric and triaxial tests lasting from days up to 9.5 months carried out at the Norwegian Geotechnical Institute (NGI) are shown and discussed. Tests were carried out on a reconstituted Norwegian clay (Onsøy clay) as well as on an offshore sand from the North Sea. It is shown that the effect of the rigidity of the testing system plays a role on the observed soil behavior. In addition, it is shown that, by combining the effect of the rigidity of the system with a simple viscous model, the observed soil behavior can be satisfactorily reproduced.

Click here to register



Sponsored by: IEEE South Saskatchewan and RES

see poster

2016 Mar. 3 @ 7 PM

Opal Board Room, APEGS Office

Suite 300 - 4581 Parliament Ave.


Ian Sloman will present a brief history of Virtual Reality, followed the development of the Oculus Rift. He will demonstrate a couple of applications. His particular interest is in architectural visualization.

Doughnuts and Beverages to be provided

Please RSVP: by 2016 Feb. 29



The Regina Geotechnical Group



Characterization of Subgrade and Unbound Granular Materials for Flexible Pavements: Evolutions and Future Challenges

Speaker: Dr. Hamid Soleymani   Flexible pavements are the most common pavement type in many countries. Initial pavement design methods used principals and concepts from geotechnical engineering; however, particular characteristics of pavement structures, such as multi-layer systems and dynamic nature of traffic loads, required that specific methodologies for the design and analysis of pavements be developed. Over the past century, pavement analysis has evolved from a single-layer system under a single static load to a state-of-the art 3-D, multi-layer, nonlinear finite element system under dynamic moving loads. The consequence of such developments is reflected in longer service life of pavements and higher levels of sustainability and serviceability. This presentation reviews developments in subgrade and unbound pavement layer materials characterization for flexible pavements over the last century. The latest procedures and technologies in the characterization of subgrade and unbound pavement layer materials in the Mechanistic-Empirical Pavement Design Guide (MEPDG), developed in the USA under NCHRP 1-37A study, as well as the latest technologies for quality control/assurance of subgrade and unbound pavement layers will be discussed. In addition, future challenges that highway agencies are facing in the characterization and application of unbound materials for the design and construction of pavements will be delineated.  


Wednesday, 24 February 2016 from 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM (CST)

General admission $20

Student admission $15

Best Western Seven Oaks  777 Albert Street  Regina, SK S4R 2P6  Canada

 click to register



Canadian Society for Civil Engineering (CSCE)


P3 Procurement Process for Regina Bypass Project

Presenter: Martin Rowland, Associated Engineering, Owner's Engineer for Regina, Bypass

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

12 -1 pm

Windsor Room

Travelodge Hotel Regina

4177 Albert Street

$10 members, $15 non-members

Please RSVP to


RES presents

Beer & Billiards Night

Come out and meet the executive

FREE Beer and Appetizers



Saskatchewan Polytechnic 2015 Business & Industry Dinners presented by Graham


Sask Polytech Prince Albert Campus Wednesday, November 4

Sask Polytech Regina Campus Thursday,November 12, 2015

Sask Polytech Saskatoon Campus Thursday, November 19

Sask Polytech Moose Jaw Campus Thursday, November 26

  • Great networking opportunity for your company with other companies and students.
  • Terrific HR recruitment tool for young, talented and skilled potential future employees.
  • Community event that connects business and industry withSaskatchewan Polytechnic.


Saskatchewan Polytechnic specializes in student-focused and employer-driven applied learning.

For sponsorship opportunities, tickets or for additional information contact:

Melanie Britton

Donor and Alumni Relations Campus Assistant

Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Regina Campus

Room 1138 | 4500 Wascana Pky | P.O. Box 556

Regina SK S4P 3A3

((306) 775-7718*


The Regina Geotechnical Group


Reliability-Based Geotechnical Design: Link between Theory and Practice (click to buy tickets)

Monday, 28 September 2015 from 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM (CST)

Travelodge 4177 Albert Street South Regina, SK

General admission $20

Student admission $15

Reliability-Based Geotechnical Design: Link between Theory and Practice:

Geotechnical design codes are increasingly migrating towards reliability-based design concepts. What this means is that geotechnical designs are starting to be specifically targeted at a failure probability that is societally acceptable and that depends on the severity of failure consequences. For example, the foundation of a hydro-electric dam, whose failure may result in significant downstream damage and potential life-loss, must be designed to have a lower failure probability than the foundation of a storage shed.

In order to properly employ reliability-based design concepts, a basic understanding of the probability concepts, as well as the link between site and model understanding and failure probability, is required. This lecture explains the basic ideas of probability theory and how they are used in modern geotechnical design concepts. Questions, such as "How are standard site investigation results used to estimate the probability of failure of a designed geotechnical system?” are addressed and illustrated using a number of examples.

Speaker - Dr. Gordon Fenton of Dalhousie University

Dr. Gordon Fenton is a cross-appointed professor to the Civil Engineering and Engineering Mathematics Departments at Dalhousie University. His research interests include probabilistic modeling of geotechnical systems and the development of geotechnical reliability-based design codes and have led to his authoring of over 140 peer-reviewed papers.

Dr. Fenton currently serves as chair of the Canadian Highway Bridge Design Code Geotechnical Systems Committee, and is a member of the Canadian National Building Code Task Group on Climatic Loads, and a member of the Canadian National Building Code Standing Committee on Structural Design. He is also the North American Managing Editor for the international journal Georisk, past chair and current member of the ASCE Geo-Institute Risk Assessment and Management Committee, and vice-chair of the ISSMGE Engineering Practice of Risk Assessment and Management Committee.

For his research efforts, Dr. Fenton has received the Thomas C. Keefer Award from the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering, the George Stephenson Medal from the Institution of Civil Engineers, the Gzowski Medal from the Engineering Institute of Canada, and was elected a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Engineering. His research work is summarized in his textbook Risk Assessment in Geotechnical Engineering, (Wiley, 2008).


ASHRAE Regina Chapter is hosting a project management seminar

June 17

9-3 pm

BBQ lunch provided

Double Tree Hilton

1925 Broad Street

Regina, SK

Course Cost $400

see poster



RES ANNUAL Golf Tournament

Friday June 12th @ Murray Golf Course

11:30 Registration

12:30 Shotgun start

Meeting @ 5pm, BBQ 5:30pm

Green fees: $65 (members & students); $70 (non members)

BBQ $23

Both green fees and BBQ: $88 (members & students); $93 (non members)


see poster

register here

sponsorship request

contact Mitch Pockett at



Canadian Institute of Transportation Engineers Conference

June 7-10, 2015

Delta Hotel, Regina, SK

The transportation field promotes sustainability and economic viability through such focused disciplines as innovative infrastructure design, traffic policy development, walkable and multi-use infrastructure integration into our neighbourhoods, collision analysis and reduction initiatives, and overall traffic congestion and pollution reduction efforts. Regional growth is driving larger area thinking and planning, and is revealing alternative solutions to support the communities as they expand. Banks and investors continually fund large infrastructure projects, which results in greater infrastructure investment at the local, regional and national levels. All tied together by the transportation profession, which plays a vital role in Supporting a Healthy, Vibrant Community.

We are planning tours to include such learning trips as the Global Transportation Hub, Wascana Park, Bike and Walking Tour, Regina Revitalization Initiative, RCMP Grounds, and the future CFL stadium (construction will be underway in 2015). These tours will give you an indication of the exciting opportunities for our profession in Saskatchewan.

Gainer the Gopher is on board with the Saskatchewan Section to help us celebrate and promote the conference. He will be visiting your local CITE Section to ask your assistance to raise awareness for Regina2015. He also has prizes for contest winners! To learn more, visit Gainer's webpage.

Please plan to attend Regina2015, and help us to celebrate our Section's 25th Anniversary.



2015 Canadian Society of Civil Engineers (CSCE) Annual Conference

May 27 to May 30, 2015

Delta Hotel Regina

The 2015 Annual General Conference is being held in conjunction with four specialty conferences.

The General Conference provides practitioners and researchers with a wide variety of topics including: Construction Engineering; Engineering Education; Engineering History; Engineering Management; Environmental Engineering; Geotechnical and Geological Engineering; Hydrotechnical and Water Resources Engineering; Infrastructure Management; Information Technology; Mining Engineering; Numerical Modelling; Project Management; Structural Engineering; Sustainable Development; Transportation Engineering; Waste Management.

4th International Conference on Engineering Materials and Mechanics:

High Performance and High Strength Materials; Emerging Materials and Specialized Metals; Properties of Repair Materials; Application of Recycled Materials; Concrete Durability; Reinforcement Corrosion; Pervious Concrete; Bituminous, Pavement and Geotechnical Materials; LCA of Concrete Structures; Advances in Cement Manufacturing Process and Sustainability; Computational Mechanics; Performance of Structures and Materials under Extreme Loads, Environmental Exposures and Fire; Advanced Composite Materials; Fiber Reinforced Concrete; Self-Consolidating Concrete; Novel Experimental and Numerical Methods; Structural Safety and Reliability; Soil-Structure and Fluid-Structure Interactions; Elasticity, Plasticity, and Fracture Mechanics; Dynamics of Structures.

4th International Conference on Disaster Prevention and Mitigation:

Blast Protection and Progressive Collapse Mitigation; Floods, erosion, avalanches and mudflows; Tsunamis, Hurricanes, tornadoes and wind hazards; Earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, wildfires and heat waves; Impacts of disasters on the economy/environment; Emergency-preparedness planning and post-disaster management; Materials and systems for structural fire protection; Vulnerability and response of structures to fire; Seismic retrofit and advanced technologies.

1st Conference on Innovation in Engineering Practice: *Non-juried*

State of the Art and Emerging Technologies; Design and Construction Case Studies; Leading Practices and Lesson Learned; Heritage Restoration; Municipal and Land Use Planning; Climate Change; Energy and Sustainability; Emerging Engineering Trends; Disaster Management; Site Remediation; Prevention and Mitigation; Advances in Monitoring Systems; Geomatics Engineering and GIS Applications; Risk Management; Recycling and Reuse; Project Management / Delivery; Quality Control and Quality Assurance; Decision Tools; Probability and Statistics in Engineering; Modeling and Testing; and Others...



CORIX High Performance Geosynthetic Symposium

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Wascana Country Club, 6500 Wascana Parkway, Regina, SK

Learn about the benefits of using geosynthetics for the following applications:

road and highway construction, base reinforcement, unpaved roads, laydown areas, runway and rail, constryuction, embankment, stabilization

a limited number of complimentary tickets are available

contact or to reserve yours

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Saskatchewan Electrical Symposium

May 6, 2015 - Regina, Saskatchewan

A Power Packed Day Covering All Your Electrical Needs

Wednesday, May 6, 2015

8:00 am to 4:00 pm

Social - 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm

Conexus Arts Centre, 200A Lakeshore Drive, Regina, SK

Presentation Topics

The "Essence" of Electrical Safety Management Principles
Battery Maintenance
Why Maintenance is CRITICAL
The Benefits of Thermal Cameras for Detecting Safety Hazards
Risk Assessment Electrical Safety Programs
Electrical Safety Program Devit Guide
OH&S Issues


RGG Technical Presentations:

April 30, 2015

Cost: $15

Time: 12:00 lunch

followed by speaker Wayne Clifton presenting

Construction and Performance of SK River Bridge near Nipawin, SK

Location: Seven Oaks, 777 Albert Street

to register please contact

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Annual RES Horizon's Dinner

Thursday April 23, 2015

Connexus Arts Centre

 Cocktails:  5pm
Dinner:  6:15pm
Program: 7:15 

Served plated meal:

Herb crusted salmon or Beef tenderloin


blended greens with tomato, cucumber and rach style house dressing or cream of broccoli with cheddar soup

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Keynote: Robert Lamb, CEO of Canadian Light Source, the company that runs the Synchrotron
“Saskatchewan’s Synchrotron- 10 years of Discovery fueling SK innovation”
$60/ticket or $400 for a table of 8

2015 APEGS Annual Meeting and Professional Development Conference

Through the Decades - We see more

Two Pre-Conference Workshops - Effective Public Speaking and Media Training

Apr 30, 2015 08:30AM

ANNUAL Meeting

May 1 & 2, 2015 Hotel Saskatchewan Regina SK

Website Link

RES & IEEE South SK Section

Lunch and Learn


Presenter, Ian Sloman, will present a brief history of Virtual Reality, followed by the development of the Oculus Rift. He will also demonstrate a couple of the applications.

Wednesday, March 18, 2015


Opal Boardroom

APEGS office, 300-4581 Parliament Ave

Soup & Sandwich lunch $5

Please RSVP to Greg at by March 16

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U of R Engineering Student Project Day 2015

Sat., Mar. 28, 2015

8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Location: Education Building

The Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science is proud to present Project Day 2015! This conference-style event includes concurrent sessions where 4th year Engineering students present their final-year design projects, and a Trade Show & Poster Session where projects will be on display. The Trade Show & Poster Session gives you the opportunity to speak to students directly about the projects that interest you and/or your organization.

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RES Annual IMAX Experience

Sunday April 12, 2015


Enjoy an evening out and watch the IMAX film, Journey to the South Pacific in 3D and explore the Science Centre on behalf of the RES.

Please RSVP to

before April 3

Seat are limited. Sign up early!

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Engineers Without Borders - Annual Gala 2015

Mar 14, 2015 05:30PM
The University of Regina, Engineers without Borders (EWB) Chapter welcomes you to our annual gala: Policy to Prosperity: Using Governance to Build Stronger, More Equitable Societies On March 14, 2015, our “Policy to Prosperity” Gala will bring together individuals from the community with an interest in fair trade, global engineering, and sustainable development at the Doubletree by Hilton Regina! We are thrilled to announce that our keynote speaker for this year’s gala is The Honourable Dr. Gordon Barnhart, former Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan and Interim President of the University of Saskatchewan. This gala will be used to raise money for our chapter and for the organization. The funds we raise through such events are critical in expanding our current programming, raising awareness on global engineering, offering free educational opportunities about ethical consumption and international development to students as well as the general public, and supporting Engineers Without Borders’ programming in Malawi, Ghana, Zambia, and several other African countries. If your company or organization is interested in sponsoring our event, please email for more information! The evening will not only feature several engaging and inspirational speakers, but lively entertainment with an international flavour, as well as a silent auction featuring a collection of unique pieces, and a delicious meal! Tickets are $90 per person or $50 for students. We also encourage companies and organizations to reserve tables of ten! Tickets and tables may be reserved here: (minimal service charges apply) Please do not hesitate to contact us for further information! We hope to see you there! Your support is greatly appreciated!


RGG Technical Presentations:

Cost: $15

Time: 12:00 lunch followed by speaker

Location: Seven Oaks, 777 Albert Street

to register please contact

30 January 2015

David Polster

Polster Environmental Services Ltd.

Natural Processes for the Restoration of Drastically Disturbed Sites

Peter Sedoruk & Boacheng Li


11 February 2015

Almita Piling

Long-term Lateral Resistance of Helical Piles in Cohesive Soils

Lynden Penner & Jason Cosford


11 March 2015

J.D. Mollard and Associates

Terrain Analysis for Pipeline Engineering


Commander Chris Hatfield in Regina

Wednesday, December 3, 2014


Live at the Conexus Arts Centre

for tickets call 306 525 9999

or visit

Commander Chris Hadfield Live in Regina December 3, 2014 at Conexus Arts Centre
Tickets: 306-525-999 or

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Beer & Billiards Nights

Thursday November 6, 2014 at the Broken Rack

Enjoy FREE pool, appetizers and 1 beer on us

Poster (PDF)

Western Canada Water Annual Conference and Exhibition

September 22-26, 2014

Delta Hotel, 1919 Saskatchewan Drive, Regina, SK

The Regina Geotechnical Society proudly presents:

GeoRegina2014 - 67th Canadian Geotechnical Conference

September 28 - October 1, 2014

Delta Regina Hotel, 1919 Saskatchewan Drive, Regina, SK

The GeoRegina 2014 conference program will include daily plenary sessions, featuring keynote speakers of interest to all delegates, followed by technical and specialty sessions to meet the diverse needs of attendees. In addition to the technical program, the conference will include panel discussions, local technical tours, workshops and short courses and will provide opportunities for delegates to meet, mingle and get to know their professional colleagues in a relaxed setting, outside of the technical and business streams.

Numerous social events are planned and will be included in the full conference registration packages, or can be ordered "a la carte" by delegates attending part of the conference and for accompanying guests.

For more details

Regina Engineering Society

Annual Golf Tournament, BBQ and AGM

Friday June 6, 2014

Location: Murray Golf Course, Regina SK.

RES Members: $62 Green Fees and $24 BBQ

Non-members: $68 Green Fees and $27 BBQ

See Entry Form for Additional Information


To Register Contact:

Chad Bialobzyski at 306.781.6594 or


Canadian Coalition for Women in Engineering, Science, Trades and Technology Coference

May 22-24, 2014

Delta Regina, 1919 Saskatchewan Drive, Regina, SK

The Canadian Coalition for Women in Engineering, Science, Trades and Technology (CCWESTT) is hosting a national conference in Regina in May 2014! The conference theme is “Open Opportunities: Mentoring the Future” and an exciting agenda has been planned to allow for a national discussion on how to move from strategic planning to actively reaching, recruiting and retaining women in non-traditional occupations.

Thursday's welcome event will encourage mingling and learning at the Saskatchewan Science Centre. Conversation is sure to flow as you wonder through exhibits, complete grownup demonstrations, embrace the music, and challenge the  magician. Even the deserts will be something to talk about as we are inspired by science and discovery.

Friday and Saturday morning's will kick off with a short yoga class to get your body and mind prepared for the days events. Each class will be led by an experienced yoga instructor and open to everyone from beginner to expert.

Friday evening’s banquet will be the ultimate trifecta with great food, great entertainment and great music. Get beyond the ice with an interview with Haley Wickenheiser, followed by the fabulous JUNO nominee Little Miss Higgins.  This event will be the guaranteed highlight of the conference.

Saturday evening’s reception is an excellent opportunity to relax and debrief from the conference with a sommelier pairing fine wines with our Saskatchewan inspired appetizers.  It doesn’t end there, Rosie and the Riveters will have you tapping your toes as they take you back in time with their 1940’s charm

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 College of Engineering Project Day

Saturday, April 5

Univeristy of Regina

RES presents

Regina Engineering Society:

IMAX and Science Centre Family Event



Madagascar: Island of Lemurs

Science Centre Admission to follow


Sunday April 6, 2014 at 1pm

Science Centre open til 6pm


Location: The Kramer Imax Theatre: 2903 Powerhouse Drive


FREE for RES Members and Guests and U of R Engineering Students


For Tickets Contact:

Chad Bialobzyski at 306.781.6594 or


Please indicate # of:

Adult (18+), Senior (60+), Teen (13-17), Youth (6-12), Child (3-5) and Toddler (2 and under) tickets required



The RES proudly presents 

2014 Engineering Horizons Dinner 

Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Conexus Arts Centre – Theatre Lobby

 Featuring Keynote Speaker:Jeff Eichhorst, Ph.D.On the Infrastructure Demands of a Diverse Clinical Laboratory

Cocktails 6:00pm, Dinner  6:45pm,  Program 7:45pm


The 2014 RES Award Winners are:

Derrick Bellows, P.Eng. for Engineering Excellence

Dena McMartin, Ph.D., P.Eng for Volunteer Service

Tyler Whiteside, E-I-T for Engineer-in-Training


Tickets are $50/person OR $375 for a table of eight.

All tickets must be purchased in advance, by February 25th, 2014

For tickets contact: Jamie Kilkenny @ (306) 526-7911 or email: jkilkenny@transgas




Just a reminder for the RES Horizons Dinner Award Nominations 2014:

Each year, the RES holds the Engineering Horizons Dinner where two worthy Regina professional engineers are presented with awards in the categories of Volunteer Service and Engineering Excellence. This year, we have also added a third award for a well-deserving engineer-in training.

If you know of a Professional Engineer or Engineer-in-Training who should be considered for an award, please complete a nomination form.