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August Meeting of the
Southern California Chapter

***Wednesday, August 28, 2019***

We hope you have enjoyed your summer! Please join us Wednesday, August 28 to welcome Darrin Hasham, P.G., C.E.G. of Earth Systems presenting on his work with wine caves in Paso Robles. This month's meeting will be held at Victorio's Ristorante in North Hollywood.

Topic: "An Earthy Finish to a Mined Wine Cave in Paso Robles, California"

Speaker: Darrin Hasham
Earth Systems Pacific

Location: Victorio's Ristorante
10901 Victory Blvd
North Hollywood, CA 91606

Date/Time: Wednesday, August 28, 2019
5:45pm - Social Hour
6:45pm - Dinner
7:45pm - Program

Cost: $40 per person with reservations in advance for AEG members,
$45 without reservations (at the door) and non-members,
$25 for students with a valid student ID.

Reservations: Please email Topher Amador-French at: or call (503) 544-3709
Please make reservations prior to
12:00 noon, Monday, August 26.

Speaker Biography
Darrin Hasham is a former Chairperson of the Southern California Chapter of AEG and a licensed engineering geologist in California. He is currently Associate Engineering Geologist with Earth Systems Pacific, in their San Luis Obispo office. Darrin received his Bachelor of Science in Geology from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, and his Master of Science in Geology from California State University, Los Angeles. Mr. Hasham began his involvement with AEG as a student member while working his way through graduate school. He joined the leadership of AEG Southern California Chapter as a write-in candidate for secretary in 2013 and advanced through the ranks serving as Vice Chair and then Chair of the southern California Section until 2018. Mr. Hasham has worked on a diverse range of geotechnical and environmental projects during 17 years with Kleinfelder before moving to the Central Coast and Earth Systems Pacific. Darrin is primarily focused on engineering geological projects that include coastal development and wine caves and managing the geology department. His experience also includes geologic evaluations for tunnels, dams, pipelines, electrical transmission lines and environmental site assessments.