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The Louisiana Parish Engineers and Supervisors Association (LPESA) was founded in 1972 to foster and maintain a high professional spirit among Louisiana parish's public works and engineering employees. It provides instructive, entertaining, and important programs to those primarily concerned with the planning, operation, and maintenance of parish infrastructure. The LPESA is an organization through which programs may be coordinated among parishes and other government agencies. The organization's goal is to include an active member in every parish in Louisiana. CLICK HERE to visit the LPESA website.
The Louisiana Parish Engineers and Supervisors Association (LPESA) brings you the LPESA Virtual Showcase 2021, a monthly series of eLearning opportunities hosted by the Louisiana LTAP Center. DOWNLOAD FLYER
LPESA Virtual Showcase is designed to provide professional development and networking opportunities
for the LPESA members, associate members and partner organizations. Each month, we bring in a
subject matter expert to share valuable information on relevant program(s), product(s), tools(s) and/or
service(s) that may be of interest to the LPESA group and local communities across Louisiana.
Topics include, but not limited to, public works, emergency preparedness, road safety, worker safety,
road maintenance, construction, pavement preservation, railroad safety, local bridges, and more.
Participants will receive 1 PDH for each session attended.
Register for any or all of the 2021 showcases HERE
IMPORTANT NOTE: Make sure you log in to your LTRC training profile in order to register. You
will receive a Zoom link to the meeting room in your registration confirmation email.
Flood Prevention: How Small Proactive Steps Avoid Expensive Disaste
August 26, 2021
10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. (CST)
Presenter: John Novotny, Executive Technical Director, Hydra USA
Hydra USA will present the existing technology in the flood prevention world and how it can easily be implemented on both temporary and permanent basis. The presenter will also explain the economics of flood prevention and how to change the paradigm amongst stakeholders. Insurance companies, municipalities, parishes and other mitigating agencies can benefit from implementing small proactive steps and preventative measures that avoid expensive disaster.
More information to come regarding September - December 2021 showcases.