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Cesare Upcoming Wellness Events

 Additional information will be sent out via email. Don’t forget to RSVP for events you plan to attend. For more details, please see Amber.

Bike To Work Day-June 28, 2017

On Wednesday, June 28th you are invited to partake in the Bike to Work Day which celebrates bicycling as a clean, fun, and healthy way to get to work. By registering for Bike to Work Day you will be entered to WIN a variety of prizes from concert tickets to hotel stays. You can even win a bicycling trip to Croatia if you participate in the referral program challenge. For more details, login to the website using the link below.
  • Cesare has signed-up to participate in the Business Challenge. The Business Challenge  is for like sized companies to compete against each other to get the most registered participants. The link below will direct you to our company participation page.  
  • Cesare is challenging each office to support the Bike to Work Day. The office with the highest percentage  of registered participants will receive a prize from Cesare.  
  Register by clicking the link below: http://biketoworkday.us/join/5250/cesare-inc    
  • Once you have registered you can utilize your login to find breakfast stations, water stations and event along your route to work and from work.
  • Don’t forget to pass along the Bike to Work Day information to your friends and family too.
 

Boulder County Geologic Hazard Study conducted by Cesare

Cesare recently completed a contract with Boulder County made possible through a Community Development Block Grant-Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR). This study was completed in part due to the extreme rain event which occurred in September 2013, severely impacting many parts of Boulder County. The project involved working with Land Use team members to inform and update on geologic hazards impacting Boulder County, particularly those which are exacerbated by extreme rain and flood events. Another focus of the project was the identification and prioritization of significant geologic hazards impacting Boulder County. Geologic hazards related to slope stability were the prime focus, and Cesare partnered with TerraCognito GIS Services, Inc. to create high level, county-wide maps depicting landslide and rockfall susceptibility. Other outcomes of this study included delineating the steeply dipping heaving bedrock zone within Boulder County and creation of other GIS datasets to be utilized by Boulder County. These geologic hazard maps, GIS datasets, and updated geotechnical land use guidelines will be integrated into land use decisions and processes.