• Brighton
     June 28, 2024
     8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Details Price Qty
Registration - IAEI Membershow details + $125.00 USD  
Registration - IAEI Member with Soares Books (1, 2, 3)show details + $195.00 USD  
Registration - Non-Membershow details + $150.00 USD  
Registration - Non-Member with Soares Books (1, 2, 3)show details + $220.00 USD  

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Event Phone: 970-397-9111


Powerpoint presentation 2023 Soares Grounding and Bonding
  • Registration for this workshop ends on June 25, 2024.
  • We will be meeting at the Adams County Government Center. Please use the Northwest Entry.
  • You will receive 8 CE hours toward your 2023 license renewal.
  • These CE hours are good in Colorado and Wyoming.
  • Check-in starts at 7:30 AM, class begins at 8:00 AM and continues until 5:00 PM.
  • $125 for an IAEI member and
  • $150 for a non-member
  • Coffee and Snacks are provided
  • Lunch is provided
  • If you are not a member your extra $25 can be used toward a year-long IAEI membership.
  • With your $25 applied you can get a membership for only $75 at the workshop!!
  • The total cost of a membership is $120 of which the Rocky Mountain Chapter will kick-in $20.
  • Please bring your code book and calculator.

The Rocky Mountain IAEI is a Colorado approved education provider.



Venue Phone: 303-659-2120

Venue Website:

4430 South Adams County Parkway, Brighton, Colorado, 80601, United States


The new Adams County Government Center created a unique opportunity to consolidate the county’s offices in one centralized campus. The county goals in the design of the campus were to create a sense of openness and accessibility for employees and citizens, a walkable complex that is easy to navigate and a sustainable campus environment that will consume fewer resources in its construction and operation.

Norris Design created the master plan and designed the landscape for the 90-acre site. The team created a design that pays tribute to the agricultural heritage of the area. With an emphasis on sustainability, Norris Design developed a system to allow the site and landscape to evolve over time. The site features native plant materials and consideration was given to supporting the area’s wildlife habitat.

Housed at the new Government Center are the Assessor, Board of County Commissioners, County Administration, the Clerk & Recorder (including Elections, Brighton Motor Vehicle and Real Estate Recording), Community & Economic Development, County Attorney, Facility Operations, Finance, Information Technology, Human Resources, Long Range Strategic Planning, Public Trustee, Transportation, Retirement, Treasurer,  and the Workforce & Business Center.