Course 604 - Environmental Due Diligence and Liability - POSTPONED - NEW DATE TBD

    March 13, 2020
    8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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    King County
    201 South Jackson Street Suite 500 Room: KSC 5142 Harappa
    Seattle, WA 98104

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    • Course Number: C604
    • Course Title: 604 Environmental Due Diligence and Liability 03.13.20 Seattle, WA
    • Course Level: Intermediate
    • IRWA Credits: 8 QEU / CEU
    • AQB Credits: Not Applicable
    • Prerequisites: Not Applicable

    * PLEASE NOTE: To ensure proper registration credit, if registering for someone other than yourself, you MUST use their log in information.
    * If you are having difficulties registering online for this class, please submit a registration form to be manually registered.

    Start Date:  03/13/2020
    End Date:  03/13/2020
    No. of Days:  1 day
    Course Level:  Intermediate
    CEU Credits:  8.00
    Class Time:  8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    Tuition:  $265.00 Member / $330.00 Non-Member
    Late registration fee of $25.00 will be applied on February 13, 2020.

    Tuition may be paid by check or credit card to IRWA Headquarters in U.S. Dollars.

    Sponsored By:  Chapter 4

    Course Description:  604 Environmental Due Diligence and Liability

    Fred Walasavage
     is a senior environmental protection specialist for the Bonneville Power Administration in Portland, Oregon and has been working directly in the environmental field since 1985. He currently serves as the Program Manager for Environmental Land Actions within Bonneville. His responsibilities include conducting all levels of environmental site assessments, conducting compliance audits, negotiating environmental issues on real estate transactions, preparing National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) documentation, conducting biological assessments, acquiring regulatory permits, providing oversight on cultural resource assessments, and general project management. Given that his service area includes six states; Fred has thorough understanding of the many variations in Federal and state environmental requirements as they relate right-of way projects. Fred is a designated “Environmental Professional” as defined by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for the purposes of conducting Phase I Environmental Site Assessments. He has conducted over 500 Phase I assessments for Bonneville. Prior to Bonneville, Fred worked as an environmental planner for the U.S. Army corps of Engineers. Fred has served as an active instructor for IRWA since 2005 specializing in the environmental series courses. He has been actively involved in the development of the IRWA environmental course curriculum since 2000 and serves as an IRWA subject matter expert. In addition, Fred instructs annual environmental training sessions within Bonneville. He has twice served as the Chair of the IRWA International Environment Committee, past Region 7 Chair, and past IRWA Chapter 3 President. He has received the Chapter 3 and Region 7 “Professional of the Year” awards as well as being a finalist for IRWA’s Frank C. Balfour “Professional of the Year” Award. Fred has a Masters Degree from California State University, Chico and a BS Degree from Unity College, Unity Maine.

    Andrew Sorba, RWA, R/W-AC
    1409 140th Pl NE
    Suite 105
    Bellevue, WA  98007
    Phone:  (206) 334-5520
    Email:   [email protected]

    King County - King Street Center
    201 South Jackson Street
    Suite 500
    Room: KSC 5142 Harappa
    Seattle, WA  98104
    Participant Capacity:   25

    Participants are responsible for their own accommodations