It was a great turn out Sunday, Jan. 30, 2022, as nearly 250 people headed out to the Mob Museum for the Emerging Professionals Social.
Situated in a three-floor historical U.S. Post Office and Courthouse built in 1933, the Mob Museum is full of historical relics from the olden days of bootlegging and organized crime. Attendees were treated to food and drinks as they walked the halls of this one-of-a-kind museum.
Recognition awards were given out in the evening to the volunteers who helped with the Explosives Everyday! project, including: Jim Redyke, Roberto Folchi, Ron Gilbert, Mark Johnson, Amanda Mclean, Tassilo Baur, Richard O'Meara, Jim Daley, Jason Baird, Brian Gorsage, Mark Ganster, Kyle Perry, Jerry Wallace, Kristen Kolden, Jared Redyke, Chuck Dowding, Cathy Aimone-Martin, Joseph Meyers, Ralph Burnham, Kelly Ratliff, Kristie Bishop, Brian Lewis, Johan Gjodvad and Drew Martin. Alastair Torrance was recognized for his role as the series host, and Travis Davidsavor was recognized for his contribution as project lead and moderator for each episode.
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A big kudos goes out to Joseph Grant, who won the first-ever photo contest People’s Choice Award. Joseph’s picture was taken during the demolition of the 34-story, reinforced concrete Plaza Tower in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Enjoy your 18th Edition Blasters’ Handbook prize, Joseph!
Visit our Facebook page to see all this year’s photo contest entries.
Congratulations to Hollie Jacob for taking home a free registration to the 49th Annual Conference on Explosives & Blasting Technique by snapping the winning Best in Show shot. Her stunning picture was taken during the demolition of the Rugeley Power Station cooling towers.
Visit our Facebook page to see all of this year’s entries.
Join us March 16-17, 2022, at the DoubleTree Columbus – Worthington Hotel for the 2022 Ohio Drilling and Blasting Conference.
Ohio Drilling kicks off at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 16 with a welcome reception that runs to 7:30 p.m. On Thursday, learn about various topics like Airblast Principles and Measurement; Rock Breakage Theory; Underground Limestone Blast Optimization; Often Overlooked Facets of D & B Design; An Urban Nightmare Blasting Project; Airblast & Ground Vibration Issues; and Quality Control of Bulk Product.
Although retraining credit hours have been accepted in the past by a number of states, please check with your state regulators to be sure you receive the proper retraining credit hours from this conference.
The DoubleTree Hotel, 175 Hutchinson Ave., is located just off the I-270/US Rt.23 North Interchange. A block of rooms has been reserved at the DoubleTree Hotel. Call (614) 885-3334 or 1-800-870-0349 with rates for the conference at $99 single/double. Conference participants are responsible for their own lodging arrangements and should identify themselves with the Ohio Drilling and Blasting Conference when making reservations.
Reservations must be made no later than March 3, 2022.
The health and safety of our attendees, sponsors, exhibitors and speakers at our upcoming 48th Annual Conference on Blasting & Explosives Technique is of utmost importance to ISEE. We are committed to following the guidance of the CDC, state and local authorities, as well as the Las Vegas Paris Hotel. The link below will take you to the Health and Safety page of the conference web page, which contains the latest safety protocols we have initiated including what to expect while onsite, information for international attendees and more.