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PIANC USA AGA 2009

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Members of the US Delegation at the Annual  General Assembly Meeting in Helsinki  (right to left are Bob Engler, Harry Cook, Jim McCarville, Anne Cann and MG Bo  Temple).   The 2009  Award for the Best Performing National Section went to the US Section. As  President of the US Section, MG Bo Temple received the award from Eric Van den  Eede and addressed the AGA expressing his gratitude for the distinction of the  US Section.
Members of the US Delegation at the Annual General Assembly Meeting in Helsinki (right to left are Bob Engler, Harry Cook, Jim McCarville, Anne Cann and MG Bo Temple).   The 2009 Award for the Best Performing National Section went to the US Section. As President of the US Section, MG Bo Temple received the award from Eric Van den Eede and addressed the AGA expressing his gratitude for the distinction of the US Section.
Delegates at the reception hosted by the City of Helsinki in Old City Hall.   Mr. Otto Schwetz, PIANC Austria President, and Anne Cann, PIANC USA Secretary, on the guided boat tour.
Delegates at the reception hosted by the City of Helsinki in Old City Hall.   Mr. Otto Schwetz, PIANC Austria President, and Anne Cann, PIANC USA Secretary, on the guided boat tour.
Delegates' and guests' arrival at the AGA banquet dinner.   Jim McCarville, PIANC USA Commissioner, on the technical tour at the Port of Kota.
Delegates' and guests' arrival at the AGA banquet dinner.   Jim McCarville, PIANC USA Commissioner, on the technical tour at the Port of Kota.
Going through the Malkia Lock on the Saimaa Canal, which connects Finland's largest and most trafficable inland waterways network with the Baltic Sea.   More than 2 million tons of goods are transported through the Saimaa canal every year, with timber and forest industry products being the main cargo.
Going through the Malkia Lock on the Saimaa Canal, which connects Finland's largest and most trafficable inland waterways network with the Baltic Sea.   More than 2 million tons of goods are transported through the Saimaa canal every year, with timber and forest industry products being the main cargo.
Attendees toured the Ice Laboratory in Vuosaari,  shown here.   Dinner Cruise  from Vuosaari Harbour  to Helsinki(left  to right): Shiv Batra, Jack Headland, and Bob Engler.
Attendees toured the Ice Laboratory in Vuosaari, shown here.   Dinner Cruise from Vuosaari Harbour to Helsinki(left to right): Shiv Batra, Jack Headland, and Bob Engler.
(left to right): Pat Engler, John Headland, Kamlesh Batra   Members of  the US delegation (left to  right), Janet Saville, Thorndike Saville, and Dolores Cook, discussing PIANC  with members from the U.K.
(left to right): Pat Engler, John Headland, Kamlesh Batra   Members of the US delegation (left to right), Janet Saville, Thorndike Saville, and Dolores Cook, discussing PIANC with members from the U.K.

 

 

revised 30 Jun 2009