The Integration of New Technologies Enhances Underwater Inspection (1 PDH)

W.J. Castle & Associates presented "Integration of New Technologies Enhances Underwater Inspection" (1 PDH) for the Army Corps of Engineers Philadelphia District. W.J. Castle & Associates presented the benefits of scanning sonar imaging concerning underwater inspections.

PHILADELPHIA - Sept. 16, 2019 - PRLog -- W.J. Castle & Associates presented "Integration of New Technologies Enhances Underwater Inspection" (1 PDH) for the Army Corps of Engineers Philadelphia District in July 2019.  W.J. Castle & Associates presented the benefits of scanning sonar imaging concerning underwater inspections.

Standard underwater inspection and scanning sonar inspection were clearly defined, highlighting the key components of each. Comparisons between the two types of inspections addressed included; methodology of inspection, inspection requirements, challenges encountered, and final outputs.

W.J. Castle & Associates is uniquely qualified to share this current information on Underwater Inspection, Design, and Construction.  The Castle Group combines the knowledge and design skill of a leading-edge marine engineering company with the practical know-how of an underwater contractor. From underwater design and analysis to bridge construction to repair and consultation, The Castle Group offers comprehensive and cost-effective solutions.

The Castle Group is as innovative in our corporate structure as we are in our designs.

W.J. Castle P. E. & Associates, founded in 1983, are a structural and civil engineering company.  William J. Castle PE & Associates provide structural designs, underwater inspection services, testing, and more.

Hydro-Marine Construction, founded in 1997, has enabled The Castle Group to provide construction and design/build services using our own personnel.

Simplified Bridge Systems, established in 2001, designs and builds customized prefabricated bridge systems, then delivers and installs them on-site.

"The Integration Of Sonar Imaging With Underwater Inspections" course lasted approximately one hour long and provides 1-PDH, for Professional Engineers. This presentation had the approval of both New Jersey and New York. W.J. Castle & Associates provided this presentation at the Philadelphia office, during a lunch break and includes lunch for participants.

W.J. Castle & Associates is a Certified Provider of PDH Courses in NJ, NY, and MD. Classes available include: "Sonar Imaging Enhances Underwater Inspection," "Hydro-Brace Steel H-Pile Repair," and "Value Engineering."  See all Education offerings here:  https://www.wjcastlegroup.com/pdh-course-description/.

For 35+ years, W.J. Castle P.E. and Associates is known for its marine engineering expertise. Our team includes Structural and Civil Engineers who offer complete structural designs for building, replacing, and/or repairing; bridges, piers, docks, bulkheads, underwater cables, and more. We also employ Engineer-Divers who are proficient at marine diagnostics and reporting, with the ability to develop repair designs as needed.
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